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A STAR IS BORN

Rated R/ 136 Minutes
Directed by: Bradley Cooper
Cast: Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper

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  • Thursday, October 18:  (4:00), 7:00
  • Friday, October 19 - Sunday, October 21:  (2:00), 5:00, 8:00
  • Monday, October 22 - Wednesday, October 24:  (5:00), 8:00

In this new take on the tragic love story, Bradley Cooper plays seasoned musician Jackson Maine, who discovers--and falls in love with--struggling artist Ally (Gaga). She has just about given up on her dream to make it big as a singer... until Jack coaxes her into the spotlight. But even as Ally...Read more

Thrills of Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ aren’t just musical

★★★★

Richard Roeper / Chicago Sun-Times

Every once in a great while you experience a movie moment so beautiful and so exhilarating it truly does take your breath away and maybe even brings a tear to your eye. In Bradley Cooper’s electric and shatteringly powerful “A Star Is Born,” such a moment occurs relatively early. 

Lady Gaga is a winning, natural presence, even in the scenes where she’s nowhere near a piano or a microphone. Cooper’s guitar and growling baritone vocal work is so solid, if someone played you a Jackson Maine song and you didn’t know it was actually the actor Bradley Cooper, it’s quite possible you’d believe it was the work of a real veteran music star. Cooper consistently finds unique ways to advance the story, e.g., instead of the obligatory ascent-to-stardom montage replete with shots of Ally’s adoring fans mobbing her for autographs and selfies, and the jam-packed press conferences, etc., etc. And Cooper and Gaga performed their numbers live at real venues, including the Glastonbury Festival, with the cameras staying with the artists. No cheesy cutaways to adoring fans hoisting signs freshly created by the props folks. This is the best “A Star Is Born” yet, and one of the best movies of the year.

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FIRST MAN

Rated PG-13/ 141 Minutes
Directed by: Damien Chazelle
Cast: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy

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  • Friday, October 19 - Sunday, October 21:  (1:00), 4:00, 7:00
  • Monday, October 22 - Wednesday, October 24:  (4:00), 7:00

On the heels of their six-time Academy Award (R)-winning smash, La La Land, Oscar (R)-winning director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling reteam for Universal Pictures' First Man, the riveting story of NASA's mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-...Read more

‘First Man’ brilliantly depicts rise of Neil Armstrong, step by giant step

Richard Roeper / Chicago Sun-Times

★★★★

Damien Chazelle’s glorious and beautiful and alternately operatic and intimate moon-mission film “First Man” is a master class in how to find dramatic intensity in a story with one of the most well-known endings in the history of human adventure. From an engrossing, full-throttle, dizzyingly visceral opening sequence in which Armstrong pilots an X-15 that dances above the Earth’s atmosphere before coming precariously close to fatally spinning out of control; through the geeky, period-piece, procedural interludes; to the sometimes heartbreaking domestic sequences; to the stunning and breathtaking climactic voyage to the moon, “First Man” achieves authenticity and greatness. What makes the movie so memorable, so good, so strong, is the unvarnished, warts-and-all perspective. It pays fitting tribute to the awesome heroics of the first man to walk on the moon while reminding us he was also an ordinary family man whose oldest son reacted to the news of dad’s big mission by asking, “Does that mean you’re going to miss my swim meet?” 

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