Not one or two, but three Ottawa Premieres this Friday night…which is followed up by a fourth premiere on Saturday afternoon! I’m pretty sure that that’s the first time such an event has happened in the Mayfair’s long history! We’ve got: The Roger Ebert documentary Life Itself, the
I’ll See You In My Dreams and Slow West return! The Ottawa Premiere of Big Game, from the director of Rare Exports, starring Samuel L. Jackson! The Overnight, the new dark comedy from Duplass Brothers Productions, starring Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling, Jason Schwartzman! The Absent Friends shadowcast host the one
-The Phantom Of The Open- “Mark Rylance hits an ace in endearing sports comedy…a heartwarming tale that will undoubtedly work for audiences who will, likewise, be quickly swept away by everything on show here…It’s certainly a film to remember.” (Awards Watch) -Everything Everywhere All At Once- Held Over for a
Brooklyn is Held Over for a 2nd week! Ottawa Premiere of Experimenter! The Martian – from director Ridley Scott (Alien, Blade Runner), screenwriter Drew Goddard (The Cabin In The Woods), & starring Matt Damon! Weekend family matinees of The Peanuts Movie!
Manchester By The Sea – Held Over for a 3rd Week! A loner returns to his hometown. His brother has died, and he is named guardian to his nephew. If losing his sibling and doubts of raising a teen weren’t enough, his return home also re-opens a tragedy. Railroad Tigers
-The Eternal Daughter- 4/4 Stars! “Joanna Hogg’s remarkable, unique drama…shimmering, emotionally charged performances are truer than true…This is genius. All hail Swinton” (What She Said) 4/4 Stars! “took my breath away. The movie’s a gift” (Watch List) -Aftersun- Returns for an Encore Week! 5 Stars! “It is beautifully
Murder on the Orient Express, Wonder Wheel, In Pursuit of Silence, and family matinees of My Little Pony: The Movie! Also, encore screenings of The Disaster Artist, and the 101st consecutive month screening The Room! *Unfortunately, Tragedy Girls has become unavailable at the last minute. It’s two screenings will be
Ben Is Back – 19 year-old Ben Burns unexpectedly returns home to his family’s suburban home on Christmas Eve morning. New truths are revealed, and a mother’s undying love for her son is tested as she does everything in her power to keep him safe. TIFF: People’s Choice Award nominee!
-Parasite- Held Over for an 11th Week! Nominated for 6 Oscars: Best Motion Picture, International Film, Directing, Original Screenplay, Production Design, and Film Editing! -Bombshell- Nominated for 3 Oscars: Actress in a Leading Role (Charlize Theron), Actress in a Supporting Role (Margot Robbie), and Makeup / Hairstyling! -Dark Waters- From