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Monday September 3rd: Editor’s Pick

4:30, 9:15 at BAMcinématek [Program & Tix]

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
Brooks | 1974 | US | 106m
“American Gagsters”
4:30, 9:15 at BAM

“In his two best comedies, before this, The Producers and Blazing Saddles, Brooks revealed a rare comic anarchy. His movies weren’t just funny, they were aggressive and subversive, making us laugh even when we really should have been offended. (Explaining this process, Brooks once loftily declared, ‘My movies rise below vulgarity.’) Young Frankenstein is as funny as we expect a Mel Brooks comedy to be, but it’s more than that: It shows artistic growth and a more sure-handed control of the material by a director who once seemed willing to do literally anything for a laugh. It’s more confident and less breathless.”
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times

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___BAMcinématek___
BLAZING SADDLES
Mel Brooks | 1974 | US | 93min
“American Gagsters: Great Comedy Teams”
2:00, 6:50

 

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
Mel Brooks | 1974 | US | 106min
“American Gagsters: Great Comedy Teams”
4:30, 9:15

 

___Film Forum___
FORBIDDEN GAMES
René Clément | 1952 | France | 86min
“The French Old Wave”
1:00, 2:50

 

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
Sergio Leone | 1966 | Ita/Spa/W. Ger | 161min
1:20, 4:40, 8:00

 

THE EARRINGS OF MADAME DE…
Max Ophüls | 1953 | France | 105min
“The French Old Wave”
4:40, 9:00

 

SAFETY LAST
Fred C. Newmeyer & Sam Taylor | 1923 | US | 74min
NEXT AISLE OVER
H.M. Walker | 1919 | US
*Piano accompaniment by Steve Sterner
“Harold Lloyd”
7:00

 

___Film Society of Lincoln Center___
THE WORLD
Jia Zhang-Ke | 2004 | China/Japan/France | 104min
“50 Years of the NYFF”
2:00

 

GOMORRAH
Matteo Garrone | 2008 | Italy | 137min
“50 Years of the NYFF”
5:00

 

SILENT LIGHT
Carlos Reygadas | 2007 | Mex/Fra/Neth/Ger | 145min
“50 Years of the NYFF”
8:00

___IFC Center___
THUNDERBALL
Terence Young | 1965 | UK | 130min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
10:35am, 7:40

 

REBECCA
Alfred Hitchcock | 1940 | US | 130min
11:00am

 

ORNETTE: MADE IN AMERICA
Shirley Clarke | 1985 | US | 85min
12:50, 2:40, 5:00, 7:15, 9:15

 

YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE
Lewis Gilbert | 1967 | UK | 117min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
12:55, 10:10

 

DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER
Guy Hamilton | 1971 | UK | 120min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
3:10

 

DR. NO
Terence Young | 1962 | UK | 110min
“James Bond No. 1: Sean Connery’s 007”
5:30

 

___Museum of Modern Art___
A GANG STORY
Olivier Marchal | 2011 | France | 102min
“Gaumont Thrillers: From Fantômas to A Gang Story”
4:30

 

36TH PRECINCT
Olivier Marchal | 2004 | France | 110min
“Gaumont Thrillers: From Fantômas to A Gang Story”
7:300, 8:00

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