Our booking wizard has managed to book two John Hughes films to extend the Summer series two weeks in September. These will be proper 35mm prints, not DVDs projected on the screen like a lot of theaters.
As many of you know, John Hughes died of a heart attack Thursday. Hughes captured suburban teen angst better than anyone with his 1980s classics “The Breakfast Club,” “Sixteen Candles” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Coverage of Hughes’ career from the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and USA Today
To those of you on Twitter, the suggestions mean a lot. The Kentucky Theater is all about community involvement. Now, spread the word – grab a friend, and come down for some 1980s goodness (and a beer!)
Breakfast Club 9/9/09 and Sixteen Candles 9/16/09
As with all advance bookings, this is subject to change, and that you should never make plans until you see something on our showtimes calendar.