Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
Thurs., July 14
1991 box office bomb Hudson Hawk gets a second chance tonight at 7:30 at the Aero's 20th-anniversary screening. Bruce Willis plays a criminal mastermind blackmailed out of retirement to help industrialists take over the world via stolen crystals. A transmutation machine is involved. Also, Leonardo Da Vinci. Schedules permitting, director Michael Lehmann and writer Daniel Waters will be on hand afterward to explain (er, discuss). We're guessing Willis, who co-wrote the screenplay, is less likely to appear.
Fri., July 15
The sexy and the undead come together at REDCAT, when Bruce LaBruce's gay zombie porn L.A. Zombie screens at 9:30 as part of Outfest 2011.
Sat., July 16
Celebrating Classic Film, Ian Birnie's final series for LACMA, continues with Robert Bresson's Pickpocket at 7:30 p.m. at the museum. Jacques Demy's Bay of Angels, starring Jeanne Moreau as a compulsive gambler in Monte Carlo, follows at 9 p.m.
A few blocks down Fairfax, Legally Blonde celebrates its 10th anniversary — which makes us feel so, so old — tonight at 7 p.m. at the Silent Movie Theatre. Co-writers Kirsten Smith and Karen McCullah will stop by with other special guests TBA.
Sun., July 17
Charlie Chaplin's City Lights plays at 5:40 p.m. today at the New Beverly, with follow-up screenings Monday and Tuesday at 7:30. Richard Attenborough's Chaplin biopic, Chaplin, follows at 7:30 on Sunday and 9:20 on Monday and Tuesday.
Wed., July 20
Marieke, Marieke, Belgian filmmaker Sophie Schoukens' film about a beautiful, damaged chocolate factory worker, screens at the Aero at 7:30. A Belgian beer reception follows in the lobby. —Sarah LaBrie
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