70mm Double Feature! Steven Spielberg’s HOOK stars Robin Williams as grown-up Peter Pan, now a businessman, who is forced to face his Neverland past when his children are abducted by Captain Hook (a nefarious Dustin Hoffman). In BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd return for a time-travel adventure that takes place not before or after the original story but at the same time.
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1991, Sony Repertory, 144 min, USA, Dir: Steven Spielberg
Robin Williams stars as grown-up Peter Pan, now a businessman glued to his cellphone and woefully lacking a sense of magic or imagination, who is forced to face his Neverland past when his children are abducted by Captain Hook (a nefarious Dustin Hoffman). Steven Spielberg’s popcorn sequel of sorts to the J.M. Barrie classic is a rip-roaring good time, heightened by immersive set design and a colorful cast of prestige supporting players, including Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell, Bob Hoskins as Smee and Maggie Smith as Granny Wendy.
BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II
1989, Universal, 108 min, USA, Dir: Robert Zemeckis
Rather than rest on their laurels, Robert Zemeckis and writing partner Bob Gale completely reinvented the BACK TO THE FUTURE franchise with this audacious follow-up. In a bit of experimentation worthy of the French New Wave, Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd return for a sequel that spends most of its running time not before or after the original story but at the same time. A series of time-travel complications sends hero Marty McFly and partner Doc Brown back to the 1955 of the first film, after a mishap in 2015 generates a parallel universe. Even more elaborately plotted than the original, this highly ambitious sequel allows Zemeckis more opportunities for witty satire and cutting-edge special effects.
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