Because we all need to come to terms with our self-image, this Saturday 10 April, we will be screening Shark Tale.
This was Dreamworks answer to Finding Nemo. Instead of a heartfelt story about an adult coming to terms with sadness, death and loss, we have the story of a self-obsessed teenager.
Still, I have some really good work in this movie, and my super pitched some of my ideas to the directors and they let us do some fun work. Come watch it with us and maybe I’ll show you one of my best shots that was cut from the movie.
Obviously, it’s a different world now than even 1 month ago.
So it looks like we’re going to be closed until at LEAST July. Texas is projections put our peak hospitalizations around the beginning of May, and it doesn’t look like thinks will cool off for a while after that.
And of course, afterwords we will still have to be careful to prevent this from all starting over again.
Tonight we’re going to have our technical run (i.e., we’re dragging the equipment out of storage to make sure it all works before we begin the real season), and I decided to change up the showing a little. We’re going to run Teenagers from Outer Space
I know this is a ‘bad’ movie, but it is an astounding piece of work nonetheless. David Love (the director) has in interesting history, which includes taking out a couple of ads in Variety to declare his divinity.
No really, he said he was God. Not ‘a’. ‘The’.
We’ll be starting around sunset. We normally stock up the snack bar, but due to recent stupidity we only have a bag of chips and some guacamole.
So just come out and watch a movie about giant lobsters made by God. It’ll be fun.
We’re going to set up the theater March 14 just to make sure everything’s working. I’m considering running my favorite Laurel and Hardy film, Sons of the Desert. We probably won’t have a lot of fancy setup for concessions, but if you want to pop over, we’d be happy to see you.