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The Metropolitan Opera: Rusalka

The Metropolitan Opera: Rusalka

The Met: Live in HD 2016-17 season presents a broadcast of Dvořák’s Rusalka, presented live in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, February 25.

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Shin Godzilla

Shin Godzilla

While there has been a few US based Godzilla films, the real classic series has come from the Toho- the Japanese based media company. Toho produced the first Godzilla movie in 1954, the first of what has become the longest continuously running movie franchise. Over the years, Godzilla has become a pop culture icon as well as an early and influential classic in the monster film genre. The success of the Godzilla series inspired Gorgo, Gamera, Yonggary, and many other monster films worldwide. Godzilla is Toho’s most famous creation.

 

Shin Godzilla is Toho’s rebirth for the series and will include a good old-fashioned war between monster and humanity. Toho is making their own Godzilla film parallel to whatever Hollywood is doing with the famous giant monster. And in a brilliant move, they have brought in Hideaki Anno, anime superstar to write and direct. The creator of “Neon Genesis Evangelion” has created something that is more in line with the classic ideas behind the classic Godzilla films. Needless to say, fans are looking forward to seeing what kind of destruction Godzilla will be waging on Japan.

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Targeted

Targeted

Wintons Motion Pictures brings a new, hard-hitting documentary film by Jesse Winton. TARGETED will be examining one of the key cultural issues of the day, gun control, and will take you on a fast-paced journey, following 20 year-old director Jesse Winton as he travels across the world, and goes back to the historical roots of the gun-control agenda, exposing it, and bringing out the dark truth behind it.

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