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Family Flicks on Fridays

Family Flicks on Fridays
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One Colorado is going kid classic. Starting September 4th, some of the most classic and beloved kids’ movies will be shown—for free—on the big screen in the One Colorado courtyard. One of our all-time favorites—one of the few films we were happy to watch repeatedly (infinitely!) with our girl when she was young—is Jungle Book […]

Completely Hollywood (Abridged)

Completely Hollywood (Abridged)

For gentlemen who’ve partaken in such productions as Return to the Forbidden Planet, which is based on The Tempest and billed as “Shakespeare’s forgotten rock and roll masterpiece,” and The Real Inspector Hound, a one-act play by Tom Stoppard, perhaps it is no surprise to find them as a trio performing The Bible: The Complete […]

Zeffirelli & Rossellini: Day Tripping to Italy

Zeffirelli & Rossellini: Day Tripping to Italy

Stunning locations, a cast of icons, a smidgen of history-lite, and a large dose of Italian director Franco Zeffirelli. On July 31st, Distant Lands hosts the viewing of Tea with Mussolini, starring Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Lily Tomlin, Joan Plowright, and Cher as part of the annual Old Pasadena Film Festival. Tea with Mussolini is […]

One Colorado Summer Movies & Music

One Colorado Summer Movies & Music

On weekend evenings in July, the wall above Crate & Barrel become a movie screen, and the courtyard fills with people out to see such classic films as High Society and The Sting. In August, the courtyard becomes a music club – fun blues bands play at 9 p.m., and everyone dances, from date-night couples […]

The Old Pasadena Film Festival!

The Old Pasadena Film Festival!

Now in its third year, the Old Pasadena Film Festival is four weekends of good, free movies. You’ll find no navel-gazing indie drivel in the schedule—a stop on the art-film festival circuit this is not. Excepting the current one, every decade since 1930 is represented, from 1933’s She Done Him Wrong and I’m No Angel […]

$29 for a Movie — Really?

$29 for a Movie — Really?

We’re all for the quality movie-going experience, regularly taking the trouble to drive from Pasadena to the Arclight in Hollywood for a primo theater, with large, comfy, reserved seats, ushers, no commercials, clean prints/sound, and a strictly enforced no-talking policy, not to mention art shows, a good bar/restaurant, a fabulous gift shop and regular movie-star […]

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