From Scorsese to De Palma, Here’s What You Should Be Seeing in NYC This Weekend
We’ve finally reached the last stretch of our summer days, and although the beaches my be closing, there is plenty to look forward to on the film front. And whether you’re BBQ’ing your way through the weekend and relaxing on beach outside these humid streets or hiding away in your apartment savoring that extra day of doing absolutely nothing, you can always find the time to head down to the cinema and enjoy something wonderful.
This weekend there’s a generous plenty to choose from, whether you’re in the mood for classics or the summer’s best premieres. Take a look at the evil inside with Rosemary’s Baby or torture yourself with Taxi Driver and then discover the power of connection with Short Term 12 and fall into feeling with Ain’t Them Bodies Saints—just to name some options. But whatever your film fancy, there are a number of wonderful worlds to escape into this weekend. We’ve compiled the best of what’s playing in the city, so peruse our list, grab yourself a large box of candy and enjoy.
Tokyo Waka: A City Poem
Village of the Damned
Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
Never Fear (The Young Lovers)
Museum of the Moving Image
Dog Day Afternoon
The Taking of Pelham One Two
Three Born to Win
The Panic in Needle Park