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Special Screenings for Sat., Sept. 28
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    A Super Secret Screening

    Taps & Tapes: Mum's the word on which Seventies exploitation flick Vulcan will screen, but how about a hint in the meantime: It's made by a man who may or may not have faked his own death after conning thousands out of their hard-earned money. Bring your own chair and bevs, and free beer while supplies last!
    Sat., Sept. 28, 9:30pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    Coco (2017)

    Movies and Crafts. Watch the film while making Cocothemed crafts. Read a full review of Coco.
    Sat., Sept. 28, 2pm. Free. 
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    El Regreso (2012)

    Sabados de Cine/Spanish Cinema Saturdays. During a return to Costa Rica, a man must confront everything about the place he had tried to put in the past.
    Sat., Sept. 28, 3pm. Free. 
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    Spare Parts (2015)

    Saturday Matinee. Based on an article published in Wired Magazine, Spare Parts recounts the uphill climb of four undocumented high school students in Phoenix, Ariz., who cobble together a contraption made of Weed Eater motors, PVC pipe, masking tape, and tampons to compete against high-tech machinery engineered with almost 20 times the budget by teams from MIT, Stanford, and other prestigious universities. Read a full review of Spare Parts.
    Sat., Sept. 28, 1:30pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    The Secret Life of Pets 2 (2019)

    Community Cinema. The Secret Life of Pets was a hound's-eye view of life in NYC, as friendly canines Max the terrier (Oswalt) and Duke the fuzzy mutt try to get home. This time around, the gang splits up, as Max and Duke go on a family vacation, Gidget (Slate) is left holding down the city fort, and Snowball the rabbit (Hart) becomes a superhero. Read a full review of The Secret Life of Pets 2.
    Sat., Sept. 28, 7pm. Free. 
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