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Easter Weekend Double Feature: HARVEY + DONNIE DARKO

Two Films, One Ticket. See one or see both. The choice is yours.

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Easter Weekend Double Feature: HARVEY + DONNIE DARKO


Sat, Apr 16 at 1:50pm (Harvey) + 4:00pm (Donnie Darko) | BUY TICKETS
Sun, Apr 17 at 1:00pm (Harvey) + 3:10pm (Donnie Darko) | BUY TICKETS
Sun, Apr 17 at 5:30pm (Harvey) + 7:40pm (Donnie Darko) | BUY TICKETS

Part of Weekend Classics.

Human-sized rabbits are real — and if you don’t believe that, then we have a Santa Claus to sell you. Jimmy Stewart and Jake Gyllenhaal know the struggle. It’s no coincidence that their names start with J. As in J/K. Two Films, One Ticket. See one or see both. The choice is yours.

Dir. Henry Koster | USA | 1950 | 104min | NR | DCP

Affable tippler Elwood P. Dowd (James Stewart) lives with his sister Veta (Josephine Hull) and her bashful daughter. They hate his drinking, but what rankles them more is his faithful companion: a 6-foot-tall invisible rabbit named Harvey. Watch the Trailer

“If you're for warm and gentle whimsey, for a charmingly fanciful farce and for a little touch of pathos anent the fateful evanescence of man's dreams, then the movie version of HARVEY is definitely for you.” —Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

Dir. Richard Kelly | USA | 2001 | 113min (Theatrical Cut) | R | 4K DCP Restoration

After narrowly escaping a bizarre accident, a troubled teenager (Jake Gyllenhaal) is plagued by visions of a man in a large rabbit suit who manipulates him to commit a series of crimes. Co-starring Jena Malone, Drew Barrymore, Patrick Swayze, and Jake’s sister Maggie. Restoration courtesy of Arrow Films and the American Genre Film Archive. Watch the Trailer

“A mini-masterpiece that marks the arrival of brave new talents in Gyllenhaal and Kelly. Cult glory beckons.” —Alan Morrison, Empire

It flutters, like a mischievous butterfly, above the despairing hands of easy description.” —Desson Thomson, Washington Post

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