MOONRISE KINGDOM will begin showings at Forum Theatre in Metuchen, NJ, tomorrow, Friday, July 27 at 7:30, Saturday, July 28 at 5:30 & 7:30 and Sunday, July 29 at 4pm. Directed by Wes Anderson Writers, Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, the film stars Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward, Bruce Willis, Bill Murray and Edward Norton. The movie is rated pg-13, with a running time of 94 minutes.
Plus, Forum hosts a Ladies Martini & Movie Nite Out on Thursday, August 2, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. with a screening of the classic BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S.
Join Forum for a screening of this classic film on the big screen in 35MM, starring Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard and directed by Blake Edwards, at his funniest in this iconic classic.
Then, join the group after the screening at Novita Restaurant (Pearl St) for $7 martinis for theatre patrons only. Tickets are $10 and $8 for ladies who bring a black cigarette holder. It must be 6 inches or longer. THE CIGARETTE HOLDER! And speaking of that, men are invited as well.
In an idealized New York City during the early '60s, Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) is a charming socialite with a youthful zest for life who lives alone in a nearly bare apartment. She has such a flippant lifestyle that she won't even give her cat a name, because that would be too much of a commitment to a relationship. Maintaining a childlike innocence yet wearing the most perfect of designer clothes and accessories from Givenchy, she spends her time on expensive dates and at high-class parties. She escorts various wealthy men, yet fails to return their affections after they have given her gifts and money. Holly's carefree independence is changed when she meets her neighbor, aspiring writer Paul (George Peppard), who is suffering from writer's block while being kept by a wealthy woman (Patricia Neal). Just when Holly and Paul are developing their sweet romance, Doc (Buddy Ebsen) appears on the scene and complicates matters, revealing the truth about Holly's past. Breakfast at Tiffany's was nominated for several Academy awards, winning Best Score for Henry Mancini and Best Song for Johnny Mercer's classic tune "Moon River".
Directed By: Blake Edwards
Written By: Truman Capote, George Axelrod.
PG, 1 hr. 55 min.