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Don't Judge Me: Two Comedies from Mike Judge...OFFICE SPACE & IDIOCRACY Double Feature.
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The Event Program
- Movie presentation of Office Space
Peter Gibbons (Ron Livingston) is a normal guy in his thirties, sick of the mindless tasks and bureaucratic nonesense that he's subjected to everyday at his job working for a computer software company. To deal with his depression and endless requests from his boss, Bill Lumbergh (Gary Cole), to come in on weekends, Gibbons undergoes hypnotherapy. But, when the hypnotherapist falls over dead before the end of their session, Gibbons stops going to the office and, later, teams up with two of his coworkers to put a virus on their company's network that will allow them to embezzle thousands of dollars. When the plan goes awry, Gibbons has to figure out a way to cover his tracks and explain his erratic behavior to his new girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston).
- Movie presentation of Idiocracy
Private Joe Bauers, the definition of "average American", is selected by the Pentagon to be the guinea pig for a top-secret hibernation program. Forgotten, he awakes 500 years in the future. He discovers a society so incredibly dumbed-down that he's easily the most intelligent person alive.
Hey South Florida, join host Marc Ferman (Keepitcassic.com) for our very first double feature. We are showing two awesome comedies from director Mike Judge (creator of Beavis and Butt-Head), Office Space & Idiocracy. This is a very special event for a few reasons. First off, both movies will be presented in their original 35mm format. With studios and theaters converting to all digital this year, this might be the last time that you will be able to watch these awesome comedies on film. Office Space was originally released in February 1999, so we will be showing it exactly 14 years from the month it was originally released. Another awesome fact about this event is that Idiocracy was never released theatrically outside of Texas. 20th Century Fox only released Idiocracy in that single state, so this will be the first time that any of us in South Florida will get the chance watch it on the big screen with an audience.
We want to continue to bring awesome movies to South Florida so support the cause. Make sure to reserve your tickets NOW!!!
Tickets can only be purchased through Tugg.com, not at the theater. Also, when you reserve your tickets, you will not be charged for them until we reach our threshold. I hope to see you there.