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This one-screen theater is located along Hennepin Avenue in the heart of Uptown, Minneapolis. Amenities include a lounge with full alcohol service, gourmet food, and sofa seating in the balcony.
New York is a cruel and beautiful place, just as 27 is a cruel and beautiful age. In Frances Ha, Greta Gerwig plays a woman who's feeling the weight of both. Frances is an aspiring dancer who has reached the age when "aspiring" really means not... More »
New York is a cruel and beautiful place, just as 27 is a cruel and beautiful age. In Frances Ha, Greta Gerwig plays a woman who's feeling the weight of both. Frances is an aspiring dancer who has reached the age when "aspiring" really means not cutting it. Life with her best friend and roommate, Sophie (Mickey Sumner) has taken on the dull glow of old cutlery swiped from the college dining hall-- "We're the lesbian couple that doesn't have sex anymore," Frances observes. When Sophie moves out to live with her boyfriend, Frances finds herself adrift, shoehorning herself into new roommate situations. She is lacks a job and resources: Encountering a transaction that requires a credit card, which she of course doesn't have, she blurts, "I'm not a real person yet." At what age does one become a real person? Frances Ha may be director Noah Baumbach's tenderest movie, at least among his most recent ones. Shot digitally on the fly, its New York streets rendered in satiny black-and-white, the film is a patchwork of details that constitute a sort of dating manual, one that fortifies you for all the crap you have to deal with when you're a young person in love with a city that doesn't always love you back. Frances moves from here to there without flinching, but as Gerwig (who co-wrote with Baumbach) plays her, there's always a cellophane layer of wistfulness behind her optimism. When you want things you can’t name, how do you search for them? « Less
The best first dates aren't just an hour of small talk over drinks, they're events -- something that charges the prospective couple with the sense that they're breaking from their usual routines, and that anything might happen. Maybe two folks meet for a beer, and then the beer turns into snacks, and then they're having enough fun hanging out that they need a next destination. There's no better bet for extending a date than a midnight movie at the Uptown Theatre. The newly added... More »
A friend of mind showed me a piece of this movie and I was totally blown away by the corrupt actions of the Minnesota legal system, thank god I don't live there anymore. I will be flying into town with my business and legal colleagues from New York. This film is making waves all over the country and I just saw a article on CNN. My hope is that the world will get wind of the shady dealings that went on in Minnesota during the Petters scam and when you thought it was all over the government steps in and made a bigger mess. See you at the film, hope Kelley shows up!!!!
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