Tickets are now on sale for a special Circle Cinema screening of the high school comedy classic "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" — and it's special because a cast member from the film will be in attendance.The theater can't yet reveal who will arrive for the Aug. 19 showing of the film, but the person is committed to the event as a fund-raiser for the "Outsiders House" museum, said Chuck Foxen, office manager for the cinema.
Not since “Saving Private Ryan” has a movie made you feel the visceral experience of war like “Dunkirk,” which means this is a special film.That means feeling the fear and the sounds of water filling up a boat full of about-to-drown soldiers, or the daring dive of a fighter pilot’s plane as it chases Germans through the sky.That means feeling the emotions that come out of brave actions, of life-and-death situations, of men who will never be quite the same after what they have seen.You will...
The brief storyline at this point: Kendrick plays the daughter of Santa Claus, who is retiring, and she must assume his duties when it turns out her brother (Hader) can't handle the reins on Christmas Eve. Hader has increasingly been working with Disney on films ever since leaving his decade of work for "Saturday Night Live." He has appeared in "The BFG" for the studio as well as provided voice work for "Inside Out," "Finding Dory" and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
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