|Starring||Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow|
18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.
Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die.
The hackneyed plot kicks off with Det. Somerset (Morgan Freeman) just one week out from retirement in the homicide department. All that stands between him and some shuffleboard is one final case—a case that teams him up with a young hotshot named David Mills (Brad Pitt).
This is where you can stop predicting what happens. From here the movie takes cruel turn after malicious corkscrew turn and leaves you questioning the anger and resentment that festers inside of all of us until it crescendos into an unconventional ending straight out of your best anti-hero movie of the ‘70s. No one says “I’m too old for this shit!” and no one pulls any punches.
David Fincher is a genius of atmosphere and SE7EN could be his greatest outing. The stakes are always high, and you perpetually feel at risk watching this grimy crime shocker. This film doesn’t just mark the best of the ‘90s; it ranks amongst the greatest in the genre. And if David Fincher, Howard Shore, Brad Pitt, AND THE VOICE OF GOD can’t get you into a theater to watch it this March...you could be the greatest sinner of them all. BANGARANG! (Greg MacLennan)
Also before the show we will be having a gluttonous spaghetti eating competition!