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Alludu Sreenu (Alludu Seenu)

Alludu Sreenu (Alludu Seenu)

‎Comedy/Drama‎
Director: V.V. Vinayak - Cast: Bellamkonda Sai Srinivas, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Tamannaah Bhatia, Prakash Raj, Brahmanandam

12920 Northwest Freeway, Houston, TX
310 Memorial City Mall, Houston, TX

Pandas: The Journey Home

Pandas: The Journey Home

‎Documentary‎
Director: Nic Brown -
Pandas! Cute, lovable, and iconic...see them as never before on the giant screen in this film. Thanks to the unprecedented access granted to the filmmakers of Pandas, you will go on a truly unique adventure with these amazing creatures. You'll experience their fascinating behavior as you chuckle at their hijinks. Pandas are as much fun as they are cute, and they love getting the best of humans! You will also follow one panda in particular, Tau Tau, as he is released into the bamboo forest to begin a new life living wild. Prepare to lose your hearts!

5555 Hermann Park Drive, Houston, TX
5:00pm‎

For No Good Reason

For No Good Reason

‎1hr 29min‎‎ - Rated R‎‎ - Documentary‎
Director: Charlie Paul - Cast: Johnny Depp, Terry Gilliam, Patrick Godfrey, Richard E. Grant, Ralph Steadman
Johnny Depp pays a call on his friend and hero Ralph Steadman and we take off on a high-spirited, lyrical, raging and soulful journey discovering the life and works of one of the most important radical British artists of modern times. Steadman rose to prominence in the early 70's when his impassioned and stirring images gained recognition through popular cultural publications and press both in the UK and US for their bold comment on world politics and human rights infringements.

510 Texas Street, Houston, TX
5:15pm‎

Barry Lyndon

Barry Lyndon

‎3hr 23min‎‎ - Rated PG‎‎ - Drama‎
Director: Stanley Kubrick - Cast: Ryan O'Neal, Marisa Berenson, Patrick Magee, Hardy Kruger, Steven Berkoff
With ornate imagery reminiscent of paintings from the story's 18th century period, Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray's novel depicts the rise and fall of a sensitive rogue in the British aristocracy. Young Irishman Redmond Barry (Ryan O'Neal ) leaves home to seek his fortune after apparently killing an English officer in a duel. Through a series of mishaps and accidents, Barry winds up fighting with the Prussian army in the Seven Years' War under the command of Capt. Potzdorf (Hardy Kruger); at war's end, Potzdorf enlists Barry to spy on a shady Chevalier (Patrick Magee). Instead, Barry joins up with the Irish Chevalier to flee Prussia and live as gamblers among Europe's elite. Wishing to climb even higher, Barry soon meets the beautiful Lady Lyndon (Marisa Berenson), marrying her for her fortune after her older titled husband dies. Her son Lord Bullingdon (Leon Vitali), however, despises the upstart Barry, and, regardless of how his mother may feel, sees to it that the re-named Barry Lyndon will never be able to stake his claim to the entrenched aristocracy. Coming after Kubrick's esteemed hits 2001 (1968) and A Clockwork Orange (1971), Barry Lyndon opened with high expectations and met with decidedly mixed responses to its restrained tone. Even with Oscar nominations for Best Picture and Best Director (and wins for Cinematography, Art Direction, Costumes, and Adapted Score), Barry Lyndon was a box office failure, as mid-'70s audiences increasingly turned away from such narrative challenges as its epic length and muffled emotions. Since then, Barry Lyndon has gained in stature, taking its place among the formidable artistic achievements of Kubrick's career.~ Lucia Bozzola, All Movie Guide

6:00pm‎




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