Romance and raunch have never lived so naturally side by side as in this brilliant ’90s comedy from the Farrelly Brothers. Ted (Ben Stiller) gets a chance to meet up with his dream girl from high school, but he’ll have to beat the competition. Uproarious, tense scenes are tempered with romance: ultimately these guys only want to be loved by Mary, no matter what they have to do! There’s just something about her… Starring a stunning Cameron Diaz, Stiller at the top of his game and Matt Dillon in his most hilarious role, There’s Something About Mary set the tone for the next decade of comedy and remains the funniest film of the era.
Sunday 8/24 Ramones fans will gather at Hollywood Forever to celebrate Johnny’s life at the 10th Annual Johnny Ramone Tribute.
Hosted by Rob Zombie, along with Johnny’s friends Steve Jones (Sex Pistols), Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses) & more. Fred Armisen (Portlandia, SNL) will also be there & may bring his punk rock alter ego, Ian Rubbish.
Screening of “The Devil’s Rejects”
Kirk Hammett’s Crypt Collection of horror memorabilia on display in the Cathedral Mausoleum
Blistering set of Ramones songs from all-star band performed live in the Masonic Lodge (live video simulcast on the lawn)
Food trucks, fun stories, & more!
Proceeds benefit the Johnny Ramone Foundation & Dr. David Agus at the Center for Applied Medicine, USC
LIVE Concert video simulcast 7:30pm
“The Devil’s Rejects” 8:30pm
* Kids 12 & under free
* Day-Of GA tickets $25
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Kubrick’s extraordinary vision of a dystopic future is a demented fun house ride of a political satire. Pulsating with pop imagery, vivid colors and synth melodies it is a future of wild design and psychedelic cool. Malcolm Macdowell is superb as Alex, a modern youth with a taste for violence who becomes the subject of a state experiment. A Clockwork Orange is a film only Kubrick could bring us: at once brainy, unsettling and darkly funny.
For the Labor Day Holiday Weekend the John Hughes classic gets the Cinespia treatment. Rife with 80s fashion, colorful characters and genuine teen angst, Pretty in Pink completes the trilogy of Molly Ringwald masterpieces Hughes began with Sixteen Candles and The Breakfast Club. Andie is a poor girl from the wrong side of the tracks. Andrew McCarthy is a rich boy who asks her out. Can they find love admidst so many differences? And what about Duckie? Join us for this special screening under the stars.