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Blood Simple

October 4

USA | 1984 | 99 Minutes | Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Joel and Ethan Coen burst onto cinema screens with this critically acclaimed blend of chilling suspense and offbeat humor inspired by classic film noir. A word-of-mouth hit, Blood Simple premiered at SIFF in 1984 and became one of the Egyptian’s all-time biggest hit films.

The Drop

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USA | 2014 | 106 minutes | Michaël R. Roskam

Bartender Bob Saginowski (Tom Hardy) and his cousin Marv (James Gandolfini) run a drop bar, a money-laundering front where gambling money is collected. When a robbery on Super Bowl Sunday goes awry, Bob finds himself caught between the cops and a crew of vicious Chechen mobsters.

Enter the Dragon

October 3

Hong Kong | 1973 | 122 Minutes | Bruce Lee

The immortal Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon is considered the gold standard for martial arts cinema, and made Lee an international star. Unfortunately, the actor died just six days before the film premiered. Celebrate this iconic Seattlite at this Special Bruce Lee Day screening co-presented by Wing Luke Museum.

Film Scoring with B.C. Campbell

September 23

USA | 1974 | 180 minutes | Roman Polanski

Composer, songwriter, and producer BC Campbell will share his appreciation with one of the great film scores of all time: Jerry Goldsmith's Chinatown

Night Moves

September 22

USA | 2013 | 113 minutes | Kelly Reichardt

From writer-director Kelly Reichardt (Old Joy, Wendy & Lucy, Meek's Cutoff) comes this tense and moody thriller about two Oregon-based environmental activists (Jesse Eisenberg and Dakota Fanning) who team up with a destructive ex-Marine (Peter Sarsgaard) to plot the bombing of a hydroelectric dam.

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

October 4

USA | 2000 | 106 Minutes | Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Of all the Coen Brothers films that have been featured at the Egyptian over the years (which is almost all of them), their biggest opening week came with this strikingly original, hilariously funny, and Homer-inspired musical journey through the Depression-era South.

Risky Business

October 4

USA | 1983 | 99 Minutes | Paul Brickman

One of the defining films of the 1980s–which played for a whopping 20 weeks at the Egyptian–was this dark social satire masquerading as a teen sex comedy. It also made a young up-and-comer named Tom Cruise into a household name.