Flashback Cinema


1956 • Rated G

Sunday, March 26 & Wednesday March 29

Cecil B. DeMIlle’s masterpiece, and the granddaddy of all Biblical epics. Charlton Heston stars as Moses, the Egyptian prince who becomes a holy man, and Yul Brynner plays Rameses, the Pharaoh who tries to destroy him (“So let it be written…so let it be done!”) Looking better than ever in stunning 4K Digital, the parting of the Red Sea is an awesome spectacle on the big screen. (“Behold his mighty hand!”)


1988 • Rated G

Sunday, April 2 & Wednesday April 5

Animated action-adventure that started a franchise beloved by children of all ages. Executive producers George Lucas and Steven Spielberg teamed with director Don Bluth for this story set in a time when the earth was new. Five young dinosaurs take an incredible journey, overcoming obstacles and banding together in friendship. (“Some things you see with your eyes. Others you see with your heart.”)


1973 • G

Sunday, April 9 & Wednesday, April 12

Landmark rock opera from composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Tim Rice comes to life on the big screen. Provocative for its time (yet warmly embraced by Pope Paul VI), this musical spectacle is both spiritual and electrifying. With Ted Neeley as Jesus, Carl Anderson as Judas (“Do you think you’re what they say you are?”) and Yvonne Elliman as Mary Magdalene.(“I don’t know how to love him...”)


1997 • Rated PG

Sunday, April 16 (SELENA’S BIRTHDAY) & Wednesday, April 19

The amazing true story of Selena Quintanilla who in her tragically short life found love and rose to become the queen of Tejano (Tex-Mex) music. Jennifer Lopez gives a star-making performance as Selena, and Edward James Olmos plays the singer’s devoted father. A celebration of the life and music of an enormous talent who captured the hearts of millions. (“I’m looking up at the moon. And I’m dreaming.”)


1974 • Rated R

Sunday, April 23 & Wednesday, April 26

NOT your typical western. This politically incorrect 70’s comedy from director Mel Brooks stars Cleavon Little as Sheriff Bart and Gene Wilder as the Waco Kid. Madeline Kahn plays saloon singer Lily von Shtupp (“Oh…a wed wose. How womantic!”) who falls for Sheriff Bart (“Oh, it’s twue, it’s twue”) Harvey Korman plays the villain whose name is unfortunately similar to movie star Hedy Lamarr’s. (“That’s HEDLEY!”)


1984 • Rated PG

Sunday, April 30 & Wednesday May 3

The ORIGINAL! Kevin Bacon is the new kid in a small town where the locals don’t take kindly to rock music and dancing. And the girl he likes (Lori Singer) is the daughter of the town preacher (John Lithgow). Can he win them over? Soon everyone will (“kick off their Sunday shoes”) to such pop hits as Let’s Hear it For the Boy, Holding Out for a Hero, and of course the title song (“Now I gotta cut loose…Footloose…”)