Meal & a Movie

Monday @ Sunrise Café & Wednesday @ Ellies

The Little Art is pleased to partner with both the Mills Park Hotel and Sunrise Cafe, just up the street from the theatre, to offer our patrons a special discount when you have dinner with them before our 7pm movie.  On the appropriate night, ask your server about the “Meal and a Movie” package – details differ at the two restaurants but either way, you’ll end your evening at Little Art.  More information, Sunrise Cafe orsunrise-cafe-logo Ellie’s          

 

 

 

 

 

 

24feb4:00 pmJACKIE4:00 pm EST

Time

(Friday) 4:00 pm

Event Details

FRI (2/24)  4:00 & 7:00

SAT (2/25)  1:30, 4:00 & 7:00

SUN (2/26)  4:00 & 7:00

MON (2/27)  (Does not show)

TUE-THU (2/28-3/2)  7:00

 

 

Biography | Drama  100 min.  R.  2016

Director: Pablo Larraín
Starring: Natalie Portman, John Hurt, Peter Sarsgaard, Billy Crudup, Richard E. Grant, Greta Gerwig

VIEW TRAILER

3 Academy Award Nominations including Best Actress!

Natalie Portman is this year’s Best Actress frontrunner for her astonishing incarnation of Jackie Kennedy in this equally astonishing film.

“Maybe you’re thinking the last thing you want to see is a TV-movie–ish take on the life of Jacqueline Kennedy. Good news. JACKIE is not a damn thing like that. There’s hardly a conventional biopic minute in it. Instead, you get a spellbinding look at one of the planet’s most famous women through the prism of what happens right after her husband is assassinated and she cradles his bullet-shattered head in her lap. Let me mention right of the gate that Natalie Portman, in a performance that tops her Oscar-winning role in Black Swan, will floor you with her tour de force as the former First Lady. The iconic look, the breathy voice and the strictly correct posture are suggested but never crassly imitated. Still, if you ever wondered about the steel that Jackie forged through personal tragedy and intense public scrutiny, it’s on display here in an electrifying portrayal that nails every nuance. Directed by the Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín (Neruda, No), in his first English-language feature, JACKIE is a mesmeric conjecture on an intensely reserved woman pushed to the limit by politics, family, grief and her own conflicted sense of self….Powered by a transfixing Portman, Larrain’s film —one of the year’s best—is appropriately hard to pin down and impossible to forget”—Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.

Portman is simply brilliant, getting to the essence of Jackie without resorting to a mere impersonation.—St. Louis Post Dispatch

To watch Portman’s every move is to not only watch history being recreated, but to also witness history being made. No one will ever be able to touch this role again. Or, at least, no one should.—The Globe & Mail (Toronto)

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