Bob Clark’s A CHRISTMAS STORY & Robert Mulligan’s KISS ME GOODBYE
Bob Clark’s A CHRISTMAS STORY (PG, 1983, 94 min)
One of the greatest Christmas classics of all-time! Peter Billingsley stars as Ralphie, a nine-year-old who has only one thing on his Christmas list: a Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-Shot Air Rifle. As he trudges through the snow to school, faces the neighborhood bully and visits a malevolent department store Santa Clause, Ralphie connives, conspires and campaigns for the most fabulous Christmas present ever in this heartwarming, hysterical and sweetly nostalgic holiday film. Based on stories by Jean Sheppard.
Robert Mulligan’s KISS ME GOODBYE (PG, 1982, 101 min)
James Caan is tap-dancing ghost. Jeff Bridges is the very much-alive stuffed shirt. Together, they make the perfect match for Sally Field, the woman caught between both men in this uproarious comedy romp through the supernatural. The spooky fun begins when Kay is about to get re-married to an Egyptologist, and an uninvited guest appears on the scene: the ghost of her dead husband.
Friday, December 6