Special Events

A Feast Of Man

Nov 17
Saturday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Caroline Golum - 2018 - 82m - No Matinees

When a wealthy New York playboy dies unexpectedly, his five closest friends are summoned to his country home for a viewing of his video will. Each one will become a millionaire overnight, if they can unanimously agree to consume his dead body.

Starring: Frank Mosley as Ted Hughes, Jesse Rudoy as Richard "Dickie" Hamilton, Chris Shields as Wolf Zabar, Jr., Marleigh Dunlap as Arletty, Laurence Bond as Gallagher, Zachary Fleming as James, the Butler, Lloyd Kaufman as Wolf Zabar, Sr., Jennifer Golum as "Ranger" Sue

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Furry Burque Film Festival - a benefit for Second Chance Animal Rescue

Nov 17
Saturday 1pm ONLY!

Dir. Various - NOW - 100m approx. - All Seats $8

A BOOFY'S BEST FOR PETS SPECIAL PRESENTATION!

Boofy's Best for Pets proudly presents the inaugural Furry Burque Film Festival, showcasing short films about our furry friends! The festival is a fundraising benefit for Second Chance Animal Rescue, Inc., New Mexico, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping displaced animals have a second chance at happiness.

Certificates and nominal prizes will be awarded to 1st ($100 Visa gift card), 2nd ($75 Visa gift card), and 3rd ($50 Visa gift card) place films as decided by audience vote. However, everyone who enters is a winner for supporting animal rescue!

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My Name Is Nobody - OUR SPAGHETTI WESTERNS SERIES BEGINS!

Nov 24 to Nov 25
Saturday and Sunday 1pm

Dir. Tonino Valerii - 1973 - 114m - Italy - No Matinees

PARTIALLY SHOT IN NEW MEXICO!  SPECIAL INTRO BY LOCAL FILM HISTORIAN/JOURNALIST JEFF BERG AT THE SUNDAY SHOW!

SPECIAL THANKS TO ITALIAN FILM FESTIVALS OF NM!

Produced by western legend Sergio Leone (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly) this is one rollicking shoot-`em-up! Young, ambitious gunman Nobody (They Call Me Trinity's Terence Hill) sets his eye on his idol, gunslinger Jack Beauregard (Once Upon a Time in the West's Henry Fonda), who's intent on sailing off into retirement. Deciding his hero should go out with guns blazing, Nobody sets him up for a showdown with a pack of the deadliest bad guys in the West, triggering an unforgettable finale that's become an action comedy legend.

“A classic film with a stunning soundtrack and a pretty magnetic and elegiac personality.” -  Alberto Abuín, Espinof

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The House That Jack Built - the Unrated Lars von Trier Director's Cut!

Nov 28
Wednesday 12:30pm, 10:30 ONLY!

Dir. Lars von Trier - 2018 - 153m - No Matinees

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STARRING Matt Dillon, Uma Thurman, Bruno Ganz, Riley Keough, Sofie Grabol

1970s USA. We follow the highly intelligent Jack through 5 incidents and are introduced to the murders that define Jack’s development as a serial killer. We experience the story from Jack’s point of view. He views each murder as an artwork in itself, even though his dysfunction gives him problems in the outside world. Despite the fact that the final and inevitable police intervention is drawing ever near (which both provokes and puts pressure on Jack) he is – contrary to all logic – set on taking greater and greater chances. Along the way we experience Jack’s descriptions of his personal condition, problems and thoughts through a recurring conversation with the unknown Verge – a grotesque mixture of sophistry mixed with an almost childlike self-pity and in-depth explanations of, for Jack, dangerous and difficult maneuvers. The film had its world premiere at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival.

“Not just a deliciously gory film, it may also be Lars von Trier's funniest film to date.” - Rafael Motamayor, Bloody Disgusting

“Depraved, troubling but always compelling with a career best performance by star Matt Dillon.” - Chris Bumbray, JoBlo's Movie Emporium

“I laughed out loud at regular intervals...it was fascinating on screen.” - Lisa Nesselson, France24

“There's no question he (Matt Dillon) delivers an impactful movie monster, with darting eyes and a toothy smile that makes Jack at once seem empathetic and bonkers.” - Eric Kohn, indieWire

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'The Love That Would Not Die' and 'The Love That Would Not Die 2 - Synthesize Me'

Nov 30
Friday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Devon Hawkes Ludlow - 2018 - 75m approx. - Director in person! All seats $10 for this double feature!

Double feature! 

‘The Love That Would Not Die 1’ 

“Shot with an iPhone, some clip lights, this puppet powered post apocalyptic musical introduces Stan, the sole survivor of the zombie apocalypse, his loyal Sock Dog, his ex-girlfriend turned zombie Lydia, and a time-traveling Kid who holds the secret to ending the zombie plague - a Kid whose very blood can transform zombies into singing dancing rock stars.”  view a trailer here

‘The Love That Would Not Die 2 - Synthesize Me’ 

' Old friends, catchy tunes, better lighting.'  

Prepare to be amazed as award-winning cult madness of this punk rock puppet musical series continues in The Love That Would Not Die part 2 of 1, ‘Synthesize Me’. Picking up from the cliffhanger of the last episode, ‘Synthesize Me’ follows Stan and Sock Dog as they try to rescue the Kid, get Stan back to gather with his ex, save the world from a pharmaceutical zombie apocalypse and banal club music, all while keeping a positive attitude; to do so they’ll need supernatural help in the form of underground music legend Space Lady (as herself). But will it be enough to counter the terrifying new dangers of deranged scientist Jartek and glam punk rock diva Lydia?  View a trailer at here

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OT: Our Town

Dec 1
Saturday 1pm ONLY!

Dir. Scott Hamilton Kennedy - 2003 - 76m - Free but seating is limited!

A FAMOUS AMERICAN PLAY IN AN INFAMOUS AMERICAN TOWN!  

A MOTHER ROAD THEATER COMPANY SPECIAL!

Against all odds, the first theatrical production in over 20 years at Dominguez High School is going to be Thornton Wilder’s American classic, "Our Town." The kids at this Compton school are about to experience more than a culture clash, as they discover the educational and social value of theater. This Academy Award-shortlisted documentary tells a tale of the human spirit and its strength against any forces that try to limit it. Where Wilder wrote about little Grover’s Corners, this documentary exemplifies how Our Town is every town: Our Town is Compton.

“SHORT-LISTED,” ACADEMY AWARDS, BEST DOCUMENTARY / NOMINATED FOR INDEPENDENT SPIRIT AWARD, BEST DOCUMENTARY / WINNER, JURY PRIZE BEST DOCUMENTARY, LA FILM FESTIVAL / WINNER, AUDIENCE AWARD, PALM SPRINGS INT’L FILM FESTIVAL / WINNER, AUDIENCE AWARD, ASPEN FILMFEST / WINNER, CRYSTAL HEART AWARD, HEARTLAND FILM FESTIVAL / WINNER, BEST DOCUMENTARY, SANTA MONICA FILM FESTIVAL / WINNER, BEST DOCUMENTARY, NEW YORK INT’L LATINO FILM FESTIVAL / HUMAN AND CIVIL RIGHTS AWARD, NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION (NEA)

“A documentary about an unlikely combination of play and players has the power to change lives and attitudes.” - Kenneth Turan, LOS ANGELES TIMES

"A moving and illuminating glimpse that smashes the ganster stereotypes of Compton.  An underdog tale par excellence!" - David Ansen, NEWSWEEK

"Terrific fun! OT: our town is lively and touching." - Elvis Mitchell, NEW YORK TIMES

“A glowing demonstration of the power of language, of art, and of community.” - Moira Macdonald, THE SEATTLE TIMES

“It’s a movie that will break your heart and put it back together again several times over!” - Brent Simon, ENTERTAINMENT TODAY

“The most triumphant and human story to reach screens in a long time!” - Luke Thompson, THE PHOENIX NEW TIMES

"Smart, funny, and deeply moving, a Los Angeles that’s never been put on film! The film’s greatest strength, aside from its winning subjects, is Kennedy’s deft editing skills."  - Ernest Hardy, LA WEEKLY

"Extraordinary! Constantly surprises… Pure filmmaking savvy… An instant Classic!" - Ronnie Scheib, VARIETY

“Outstanding! A vivid coming-of-age drama…genuinely uplifting!”  - Paul Shermam, THE BOSTON HERALD 

“Kennedy documents with skill and compassion, avoiding the pitfalls of sentimentality and victimology. He and his likable "cast" deserve a standing ovation!” - David Sterritt, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

“The most truthful "backstage" film in ages… a hugely inspiring portrait of human persistence!” - Jeffrey M. Anderson, SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER

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The Fencer - The True Story of Endel Nelis, Estonia's Legendary Fencing Master

Dec 2
Sunday 1pm ONLY!

Dir. Klaus Haro - 2015 - 99m - Estonia - In Estonian & Russian with English subtitles - All Seats Just $5

A DUKE CITY FENCING SPECIAL!  Q&A TO FOLLOW SCREENING!

A young man, Endel Nelis, arrives in Haapsalu, Estonia, in the early 1950s. Having left Leningrad to escape the secret police, he finds work as a teacher and founds a sports club for his students. Endel becomes a father figure to his students and starts teaching them his great passion – fencing, which causes a conflict with the school’s principal. Envious, the principal starts investigating Endel’s background…

Endel learns to love the children and looks after them; most are orphans as a result of the Russian occupation. Fencing becomes a form of self-expression for the children and Endel becomes a role model. The children want to participate in a national fencing tournament in Leningrad, and Endel must make a choice: risk everything to take the children to Leningrad or put his safety first and disappoint them.

“Suffused with gorgeous cinematography, this sharp-sweet drama is a pleasure to watch.” – Kate Muir, The Times of London

“Well-acted, smoothly crafted.” – Justin Chang, Variety

“An affecting portrait of a decent man who risks his life to uphold a bond of trust with his students.” – Marilyn Ferdinand, Chicago Reader

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The 2018 International Uranium Film Festival

Dec 6
Thursday only!

Dir. various - 2018 - varies - FREE BUT SEATING IS LIMITED!

The International Uranium Film Festival returns to the Diné Nation with additional screenings throughout New Mexico!

The issue of nuclear power is not only an issue of the Navajo Nation, who suffered for decades because of uranium mining. All people should be informed about the risks of uranium, nuclear weapons and the whole nuclear fuel chain, states International Uranium Film Festival’s Director Norbert G. Suchanek. In an effort to keep people informed and aware, particularly during this critical time of escalating nuclear threats, the International Uranium Film Festival returns to the U.S. Southwest.

Festival partners and co-organizers of the Uranium Film Festival in the American Southwest are the New Mexico Social Justice and Equity Institute, New Mexico Health Equity Partnership, McKinley Community Health Alliance, Red Water Pond Road Community Association, Santa Fe Community Foundation, SW Indigenous Uranium Forum and the Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment (MASE).

6:30 pmDII’GO TO BAAHAANE:  Three Stories about Water - 33 min 

USA, 2012, 37 minutes, Produced by Deborah Begel. Co-Directed by Deborah Begel and David, Lindblom, Navajo with English subtitles - This documentary is a four part meditation on the Navajo people’s problems with contaminated drinking water. Nearly one out of three people in the Navajo Nation struggle with this issue. Four Stories About Water opens with a waterfall of people who reveal the scope of water contamination problems on Navajo lands, from the health problems that were likely caused by uranium tailings left uncovered to the view of water as “a spiritual element” to the fact that 30% of the Navajo people don’t have access to safe water.

Tale of a Toxic Nation - 13 min (Red Water Pond Road Community on Navajo Nation) 

Too Precious to Mine - 10 min (Grand Canyon)

7:30 Panel discussion - With Film Maker Shri Prakash and local community activists.

8:30 - Nabikei (Footstep) 66 min (Acoma, Laguna and Diné)

India, 2017, Documentary, Director Shri Prakash.  The American Southwest - especially the sovereign Indigenous nations of Acoma, Laguna and the Diné or Navajo Nation - have a long history of uranium mining. Once home to a booming economy and proudly called the Uranium Capital of the World, these Indian reservations and poor White communities are now littered with old mines, tailings dams, and other uranium contamination, which is the legacy of this deadly industry. Contaminated land, water, and air have left these poor communities helpless. And new mining companies continue to disregard the health and environment of these people with the lure of a better economy, jobs and new In Situ Leach uranium mining methods. Unfortunately, this is the same sad story repeated in other parts of the world including India, but in India it is the government itself undertaking the enterprise and repeating the same degradation in Jadugoda (Jharkhand).

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Scrooged - the 1988 Bill Murray Classic!

Dec 7
Friday 10:30pm ONLY!

Dir. Richard Donner - 1988 - 101m - All Seats $8

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New Mexico Entertainment brings you a special holiday screening of Scrooged. In this modern take on Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," Frank Cross (Bill Murray) is a wildly successful television executive whose cold ambition and curmudgeonly nature has driven away the love of his life, Claire Phillips (Karen Allen). But after firing a staff member, Eliot Loudermilk (Bobcat Goldthwait), on Christmas Eve, Frank is visited by a series of ghosts who give him a chance to re-evaluate his actions and right the wrongs of his past.

“Murray is magnificent in the film, the effects are better than you'd expect, and the 1988 version of Hollywood excess is almost quaint by comparison with the CGI purgatory we live in today.” - Sean Nelson, The Stranger (Seattle, WA)

“Murray, it's clear today, was the perfect Scrooge of the '80s.” - Rob Gonsalves, eFilmCritic.com

“A perfectly entertaining yuletide comedy this certainly is.” - Tim Brayton, Antagony & Ecstasy

“Bill Murray is the one of the greatest screen Scrooges in this 1980s updating.” - Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid

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Safety Last - the great silent era genius Harold Lloyd!

Dec 8 to Dec 9
Saturday and Sunday 1pm ONLY!

Dir. Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor - 1923 - 73m - All seats just $5

AN ABQ FILM CLUB SPECIAL CO-PRESENTATION!  

BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 1920s COMEDY CLASSIC, THAT ONE OF HIM HANGING ONTO THE ARMS OF THE CLOCK!   BONUS - A TWO REELER OF LUPINO LANE, PERHAPS THE MOST ACROBATIC OF THE SILENT ERA CLOWNS!

The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. Chaplin is the sweet innocent, Keaton the stoic outsider, but Lloyd—the modern guy striving for success—is us. And with its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, Safety Last! is the perfect introduction to him. Lloyd plays a small-town bumpkin trying to make it in the big city, who finds employment as a lowly department-store clerk. He comes up with a wild publicity stunt to draw attention to the store, resulting in an incredible feat of derring-do on his part that gets him started on the climb to success. Laugh-out-loud funny and jaw-dropping in equal measure, Safety Last! is a movie experience par excellence, anchored by a genuine legend.

“A masterpiece.” - David Ehrlich, Film.com

“The other great silent comics defined their own worlds; Lloyd lives dangerously in ours.” - Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader

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High Desert Screening

Dec 16
Sunday 1pm ONLY!

Dir. various - 2018 - 120m approx. - Only $5 cash / $8 for credit card purchase

High Desert Screening is a collaboration of aspiring New Mexico Film Makers working together to bring a showcase to share their projects for one and other and the public to entertain, educate, and inspire New Mexico's unique theatrical and visual arts scene.

The following films from a diverse group of creators, spanning the genres of retro sci fi, dramatic, suspenseful, comedy and music videos.

Presented by Carmen Dahlman

OPENING:  GITANO Euro-Latino music (10:00)

TRAILERS

Midnight Shanghai (0:51) Directed by Ricky Lee - Wu Chen is on the run from the Chinese railroad work camp. Ela and Gopan friend with Wu Chen brother. Try to save her before the sheriff finds her. The sheriff and Ela share a deep and dark past.

Runaway (1:38) Directed by Anton Kozikowski - Based on the surge in artificial intelligence in the business arena. Runaway explores the idea of a cyborg companion robot designed for personal services who thinks is human.

Close your eyes (1:14) Directed by Diana Ippolito - Tells the story of Virginia, a free-spirited photographer, who is fiercely attacked by flock of birds while taking photographs in the woods. Terrified and bloodied, she finds refuge in a secluded cabin owned by Ed, a Native American. His puzzlement and concern is amplified when two hikers, Sarah and Annabel, also seek shelter at the cottage. As the avian onslaught mercilessly continues, the group experiences mounting dread. Are the mysterious heartbeats that begin to torment the quartet a result of the unrelenting anxiety of the bird attacks, or a sign of group madness?

BIOGRAPHY

Victoria Martinez (3:45) Directed and produced by Anton Kozikowski

MUSIC VIDEOS

Dulce Recuerdo (3:32) Directed by Carmen Dahlman

When the sun goes down (3:02) Directed by Anton Kozikowski

Nina (1:52) Directed by Paul J. Lucero - Nina's mother was regarded as the best fighter in the world, holding 16 titles defenses at three different weight classes. However, after her mother is involved in a car crash, Nina runs away from home with her brother, Benjamin. Now broke, homeless and lonely, they struggle to make a living in ABQ. Everything goes wrong, until an old friend Omar, stumbles upon them. Omar quickly realizes Nina can be the greatest fighter , but Nina has to see it in herself first.

MUSIC (10:00)

Today (t.b.a.)  Directed by Rebekah Wiggins

Matter of Black  (6:54) Directed by Robert Dugan

SIGH (8:35) Directed and produced by Carmen Dahlman

“Relative Strangers – a link that can't be broken”. Two strangers at odds evolve their conflict into a friendship to be tested by trial and tragedy.

Dinner Guest - Scarlet, a struggling single mom, gets a terrifying visit from a young addict while home alone.

Shotgun (16:13)

Mrs Murphy's Confession (26:00) - Unable to connect with her distant husband and eight grown children, Marjorie Murphy tries helping out at Church. She is given responsibility to prepare a group of teen drop-outs for confirmation. Instead, a confrontation over morality presses Mrs. Murphy to articulate convictions she didn't know she had. This leads to a crisis of faith, and a shamefully exhilarating private moment. A playful and distinctive short film that portrays an awkward journey, and raises taboo questions with no thought of delicacy.

The Keeper (6:34) Directed by Carmen Dahlman

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Prospect

Dec 21 to Dec 22
Friday and Saturday 11pm ONLY!

Dir. Zeek Earl and Christopher Caldwell - 2018 - 100m - No Matinees

The SXSW-winning space-western!

A teenage girl and her father travel to a remote alien moon, aiming to strike it rich. They've secured a contract to harvest a large deposit of the elusive gems hidden in the depths of the moon's toxic forest. But there are others roving the wilderness and the job quickly devolves into a fight to survive. Forced to contend not only with the forest's other ruthless inhabitants, but with her own father's greed-addled judgment, the girl finds she must carve her own path to escape.

“The defiantly lo-fi "Prospect" is a smartly entertaining throwback that doesn't need a Marvel movie's worth of CGI to make its point.” - Cary Darling, Houston Chronicle

“The film balances genre thrills with a detailed depiction of prospecting on an alien world, created via a mix of practical locations (shot in a damp Northwestern forest) and some psychedelic digital backdrops.” - Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times

“It's rare to see a sci-fi movie that genuinely has a true grit to it.” - Nick Allen, RogerEbert.com

“It is a visually dazzling and thrilling adventure of a movie, and one which could be just the beginnings of an elusive career for its directors Christopher Caldwell and Zeek Earl.” - David Fontana, Film Inquiry

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The Big Gundown - OUR SPAGHETTI WESTERN SERIES GALLOPS ON!

Dec 29 to Dec 30
Saturday and Sunday 1pm ONLY!

Dir. Sergio Sollima - 1966 - 110m - Italy - In Italian with English subtitles - No Matinees

One of Quentin Tarantino's favorite westerns , it's Sergio Sollima's widescreen epic!  The legendary Lee Van Cleef stars as a relentless bounty hunter on the trail of Cuchillo (Euro-film superstar Tomas Milian), a savage Mexican outlaw accused of the rape and murder of a twelve-year-old girl. Written by ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST screenwriter Sergio Donati, THE BIG GUNDOWN features an incredible soundtrack by Ennio Morricone.

“The best non-Sergio Leone spaghetti western ... boasting stylish widescreen photography and a great Ennio Morricone score.” - Leonard Maltin 

“It's a wonderful film, rich with style and loaded with surprises, with a fluid storytelling touch that brings substance to a genre that's often concerned solely with appearance.” - Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com

“A fun and exciting Western thriller…” - Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed

“The U.S. premiere of this surprisingly thoughtful 1960s spaghetti western gives an opportunity to reflect on the genre.” - Eric Monder, Film Journal International

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A Day At The Races - A HAPPY NEW YEARS MARX BROS. DOUBLE FEATURE!

Dec 31 to Jan 1
Monday and Tuesday 1pm, 5:45

Dir. Sam Wood - 1937 - 111m - No Matinees

DOUBLE FEATURED (2 MOVIES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!) WITH "A NIGHT AT THE OPERA" AS PART OF OUR MARX BROTHERS NEW YEARS CELEBRATION!

The Marx Brothers at their commercial and popular peak, working with a top Hollywood director (Sam Wood of The Pride of the Yankees), supported with a healthy screen budget paying for such extras as a blue-tinted ballet sequence, love songs from crooner Allan Jones, and decorative sets!  But the brothers are also at the top of their game in terms of their own comic material and timing. The story finds Groucho, Chico, and Harpo helping out at a sanatorium, where their longtime foil in the movies, Margaret Dumont, is the leading patient. The film has some of the trio's funniest and most memorable bits and a dazzling horserace at the climax.

“It places the Marx Brothers clearly among the few fine comedians of our day.”  - Mark Van Doren, The Nation

“Vintage Groucho, Harpo and Chico.” - Dan Lybarger, Nitrate Online

“A classic Marx Brothers comedy, often argued as one of their three or four best works.” - Tim Dirks, Tim Dirks' The Greatest Films

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A Night At The Opera - A HAPPY NEW YEARS MARX BROS. DOUBLE FEATURE!

Dec 31 to Jan 1
Monday and Tuesday 3:30, 8:15

Dir. Sam Wood - 1935 - 96m - No Matinees

DOUBLE FEATURED (2 MOVIES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!) WITH "A DAY AT THE RACES" AS PART OF OUR MARX BROTHERS NEW YEARS CELEBRATION!

Absolutely one of the most hilarious movies ever made, this classic farce featuring the outrageous genius of the Marx Brothers is a chance to see some of their best bits woven together seamlessly in a story of high society, matchmaking, and chaos. In order to bring two young lovers together, brothers Groucho, Chico, and Harpo must sabotage an opera performance even as they try to pass themselves off as stuffed shirts. Featuring the classic sequence where Groucho piles as many people as possible into a ship's stateroom, A Night at the Opera is a deliciously zany romp worth watching again and again! 

“The loudest and funniest screen comedy of the Winter season.” - Andre Sennwald, New York Times

“It is exciting and perfect; a sign that they have at last learned how to use every resource which Hollywood can offer them; and the simplest reason I can find for calling them funny beyond the power of words to spoil the fun.” -  Doren, The Nation

“Marx Brothers masterpiece is still hilarious.” - Nell Minow, Common Sense Media

“Classic, classy Marxist mayhem.” - Carol Cling, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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