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The Great Muppet Caper

Jim Henson’s feature directorial debut brings the Muppets to England, where reporters Kermit and Fozzie (and their photographer Gonzo) are tracking down jewel thieves who have set their sights on the incredibly valuable Baseball Diamond.

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The Duke of Burgundy

Unpredictable British genre filmmaker Strickland, through the use of hypnotic imagery and a tsunami of phantasmagoric sound design, finds the idiosyncrasy of two women's kinky relationship as well as its very human core. Screens 6/30 and 7/1.

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Chop Shop

Filmed on location in a neighborhood that's been largely demolished to make way for Citi Field, Chop Shop endures as a work of authentic, minutely observed storytelling,

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Access Mornings at MoMI

Offered the first Saturday of each month (June 2023–May 2024), free Access Mornings at MoMI are dedicated to families with children on the autism spectrum and give families an exclusive opportunity to explore exhibitions and ...

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Visually extravagant yet written with a sharp eye for small details, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is the rare blockbuster that’s also a quirky, personal, movie-mad homage.

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The Duke of Burgundy

Unpredictable British genre filmmaker Strickland, through the use of hypnotic imagery and a tsunami of phantasmagoric sound design, finds the idiosyncrasy of two women's kinky relationship as well as its very human core. Screens 6/30 and 7/1.

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Visually extravagant yet written with a sharp eye for small details, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is the rare blockbuster that’s also a quirky, personal, movie-mad homage.

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Chop Shop

Filmed on location in a neighborhood that's been largely demolished to make way for Citi Field, Chop Shop endures as a work of authentic, minutely observed storytelling,

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An American Werewolf in London

Actor Griffin Dunne appears in person 7/7 to present this horror classic, featuring Rick Baker’s eye-popping practical makeup effects (which won an Oscar).

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The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms

This pivotal 1950s monster movie influenced generations of genre films, including the Godzilla franchise, with its tremendous stop-motion special effects created by the legendary Ray Harryhausen. 

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The Royal Tenenbaums

Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson earned an Oscar nomination for writing this brilliantly self-contained comedy-drama about three gifted siblings and their relationship with their absent, selfish father. Screening 7/2, 7/8, and 7/9.