Schedule for Tuesday, February 3
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"The rare movie fairy tale that's also a bravura work of art." (Entertainment Weekly)
The most talked about performance of the season--winner of the Golden Globe! Mickey Rourke returns to the screen as the aging, broken wrestler determined to recapture a moment of glory from a vanished career. Darren Aronofsky (Requiem For A Dream and Pi) directs, and Marisa Tomei also stars as a stripper drawn into his orbit, in this surprisingly soulful film.
Darren Aronofsky. 2008. 109 m. R. US.5:00 PM
Waltz with Bashir
“An extraordinary, harrowing, provocative picture.” (The Guardian, UK)
Nominated for four European Film Awards One of the boldest antiwar statements you’ll ever see, this animated documentary rivets your attention the moment the opening credits start. A sensation at both the New York and the Toronto film festivals, writer-director Ari Folman’s film about the horrors of the Israeli-Lebanese conflict is told from his perspective as a soldier who was there and is now trying to recover lost memories of the time. The use of animation is stunning in its power. Certain to be recognized at Oscar time, Waltz is one of the most acclaimed films of the year.
Ari Folman. 2008. 87 m. R. . in Hebrew with subtitles.6:00 PM 7:55 PM
An Evening With Brian Cashman
Brian Cashman, General Manager of The NY Yankees, in conversation with WFAN’s “Talking Baseball” host Ed Randall. Come talk about off-season moves, this year's chances, the new Yankee Stadium and meet the Yankee GM before he heads down to 2009 Spring Training!
Co-presented by Ed Randall’s Bat For The Cure – benefitting prostate cancer awareness.
2009. 90 m. .7:15 PM