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  1. Red Dawn (1984)

    June 2, 2018, 4:00 PM

    The Late Show Murtaugh Matinee: Set in an alternate history timeline in which the United States is invaded at the onset of World War III, RED DAWN follows a group of teenagers that flee into the mountains as Soviet, Nicaraguan, and Cuban paratroopers begin landing on their high school football field. Armed only with hunting rifles, pistols, and bows and arrows, the teens struggle to survive the bitter winter and the Soviet K.G.B. patrols hunting for them. The high school students resist the occupation through guerrilla warfare, calling themselves Wolverines, after their high school mascot. This 1984 American war film was directed by John Milius and stars Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson, Charlie Sheen, Jennifer Grey, and Harry Dean Stanton. Red Dawn is noteworthy for being the first movie released with the PG-13 rating. PG-13 / 114 min.

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  2. The Great Buddha+

    June 2, 2018, 7:00 PM

    Underlining the gap between the worlds of the have-nots and the elites by switching between black and white and glamorous colors, THE GREAT BUDDHA+ vividly illustrates a corrupted village in rural southern Taiwan with memorable style, heartfelt empathy, and whimsical humor. Security guard Pickle and his trash collector friend Belly Button kill time together in night shifts watching the American-educated boss's dash-cam recordings. Against the buddies’ will, something horrifying reveals. NR (Mature) / 102 min. In Minnan w/ subtitles. "...a mordant black comedy that’s a digital-era homage to “Rear Window.” Sporting an ingeniously cinematic concept that’s nimbly executed by writer-director Huang Hsin-yao and producer-DP Chung Mong-hong, this ballad of sad losers mixed with satire on parochial politics is convulsively funny yet uncompromisingly bleak, bridging art with entertainment. Arguably the best film to emerge from a year of exciting resurgence in Taiwan..." - Maggie Lee, Variety

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