The First Outdoor Cinema Food Fest of the season.
There are some filmmakers that literally change the way you view the world, perhaps none more than Tim Burton. Lucky for us, LACMA is featuring the man that made Johnny Depp your favorite actor. You can also check out the retrospective exploring the full range of Tim Burton’s creative work, both as a film director and as an artist, illustrator, photographer, and writer. The exhibit opens Sunday at The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Friday at 7:30p: Edward Scissorhands
Saturday at 7p: Ed Wood
If you haven’t taken part in Cinespia yet, you’re missing out. Pack a picnic and head out to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where you can watch classic movies among well, the graves of classic stars. Slightly creepy? Maybe. Absolutely fabulous? Yes. Yes. Yes. The best part? Cinespia now offers advanced ticket sales.
Sunday: Young Frankenstein
This movie hardly needs an introduction – we’ve all been patiently waiting for it since the first Hangover. Let’s just if you liked the first one, you’ll love the sequel. It’s insane, in a laugh from opening to end credits kind of way. Well done gentleman, well done.
There’s something about holiday weekends and Hitchcock that go hand in hand… Even better? Hitchcock + Cary Grant. Yes please!
Friday at 7:30p: Psycho and The Birds
Saturday at 7:30p: To Catch a Thief and Notorious
Sunday at 7:30p: Vertigo
Two words: Marty McFly. Need I say more? Oh yeah, It’s a Back To The Future triple play. Thank you Aero!
Friday at 7:30p: Singin’ In The Rain
Saturday at 5pm: All 3 of The Back To The Future Movies!!!
Sunday at 7:30p: Lawrence of Arabia