Rated R, 117 min. Directed by Ridley Scott. Starring Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Rutger Hauer, Daryl Hannah, Edward James Olmos, M. Emmet Walsh, William Sanderson, Joanna Cassidy and Brion James.
C:\Users\AlamoRitz>cyber_punk_2015.exe: Cops and androids fight it out in 21st century L.A. in this Philip K. Dick film adaptation with fabulous art direction. This remastered and subtly rejiggered print is most notable for its inclusion of the "scene with the unicorn," which makes abundantly clear that Ford's blade runner is indeed an android and not a human. The film remains a landmark spectacle.
Rated R, 88 min. Directed by Woody Allen. Starring Woody Allen, John Carradine, Lou Jacobi, Louise Lasser and Gene Wilder.
Summer Film Classics: Inspired by David Reuben's popular sex manual of the time, Allen created seven comedy segments that purport to come from the book. Some of the skits miss the mark, but who can forget Gene Wilder's love affair with a sheep or Allen dressed as a sperm awaiting his launch? (Double bill: Sleeper.)
Rated PG, 88 min. Directed by Woody Allen. Starring Woody Allen and Diane Keaton.
Summer Film Classics: Slapstick is still alive in Allen's futuristic vision in which he plays a clarinetist/health-food-store worker who awakens after surgery to a world comically set 200 years in the future. (Double bill: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask).)
90 min. Directed by Joshua Pribanic and Melissa Troutman. Narrated by Mark Ruffalo and Melissa Troutman.
Austin Public Library: Difficult Dialogues: Presented in partnership with The University of Texas Humanities Institute's Difficult Dialogues program, this documentary explores fracking from multiple angles.