It's Rocky Horror time! Tix now on saleOct 28, 2017
October is here so that means it's Rocky Horror time!Our annual Halloween tradition returns for a glorious evening of madness, mayhem and music at O Cinema Miami Beach on Sat, October 28th for our beloved annual screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.This low-budget, freak show, cult classic is about the misadventures of Brad and Janet, an uptight yuppy couple who stumble across a strange mansion on a rainy night where they meet a mad transvestite doctor who creates a hunky guy in this very different take on the Frankenstein story.Join us for a fantastically fun night where you don't just watch the film, but you become part of the cast! Singing, hooting, hollering, and quoting along are not only allowed but encouraged. So come dressed in costume or just your favorite outfit and feel free to bring your own bag of props for the film or get one of ours (but no water or open flames will be allowed) and get ready for an evening unlike any other.Let's do the Time Warp again!TICKETS WILL SELL FAST. GRAB YOURS NOW.Sat, Oct 288pm*We will have a limited amount of prop bags for attendees. You're encouraged to bring yourown however due to safety no water or open flames will be allowed and bags will be checked upon entry.RUMBLEThis revelatory documentary brings to light the profound and overlooked influence of Indigenous people on popular music in North America.When recalling Link Wray's shivering guitar classic, "Rumble," Martin Scorsese marvels, "It is the sound of that guitar . . . the aggression." Wray was the first to deploy thumping power chords and hone distortion, carving out a new guitar sound that influenced rock and roll forever. But as a Native American, Wray's music was a threat-and it was treated as such. Blues pioneer Charlie Patton, cherished jazz singer Mildred Bailey, and metaphysical wizard Jimi Hendrix are among the many music greats who have Native American heritage and have created their distinctive music amid the attempted cleansing of indigenous culture from the country. Their music was not even meant to exist. Using playful re-creations and little-known stories, alongside concert footage, audio archives, and interviews with living legends, this deeply insightful film cements how some of our most treasured artists and songs found their inspiration in ancient, native melodies and harmonies that were infused with a desire to resist. You'll never listen to your favorite rock and roll classics the same way again.Focusing on music icons like Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Jesse Ed Davis, Robbie Robertson, and Randy Castillo, RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD shows how these pioneering Native American musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives.Fri, Oct 13 @ 7pm & 9pmSat, Oct 14 @ 3pm,5pm, 7pm & 9pmSun, Oct 15 @ 3pm, 5pm, 7pm & 9pmMon, Oct 16 @ 7pm & 9pmTues, Oct 17 @ 7pmWed, Oct 18 @ @ 7pmThurs, Oct 19 @ 7pm & 9pm"a vibrant survey of a criminally overlooked aspect of American popular music"-Los Angeles Times- The Hollywood Reporter
"It's been a terrific few years for music documentaries, and that winning streak continues with Rumble"
-The New York TimesVICTORIA & ABDULQueen Victoria strikes up an unlikely friendship with a young Indian clerk named Abdul Karim in this extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria's remarkable rule.When Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal), a young clerk, travels from India to participate in the Queen's Golden Jubilee, he is surprised to find favor with the Queen herself (the ever brilliant Academy Award winner Judi Dench). As the Queen questions the constrictions of her long-held position, the two forge an unlikely and devoted alliance with a loyalty to one another that her household and inner circle all attempt to destroy. As the friendship deepens, the Queen begins to see a changing world through new eyes and joyfully reclaims her humanity.Over the past decade, Stephen Frears, one of Britain's most durable and exciting filmmakers, has made a specialty of directing superb films about spirited septuagenarian women. Frears gives Victoria & Abdul a light, comedic touch, moving brilliantly through the crusty English aristocracy while offering an endearing princess-and-pauper tale.Wed, Oct 11 @ @ 6:30pm & 8:45pmThurs, Oct 12 @ 6:30pm & 8:45pmFri, Oct 13 @ 6:30pm & 8:45pmSat, Oct 14 @ 2:10pm, 4:20pm, 6:30pm & 8:45pmSun, Oct 15 @ 2:10pm, 4:20pm, 6:30pm & 8:45pmMon, Oct 16 @ 6:30pm & 8:45pmTues, Oct 17 @ 6:30pm & 8:45pmWed, Oct 18 @ 9:15pmThurs, Oct 19 @ 9:15pm"Richly satisfying...
Judi Dench can do no wrong"-New York Observer- The Hollywood Reporter
-The Seattle TimesThurs, Oct 1211pmFri, Oct 1311:30pmSat, Oct 1411pmTues, Oct 179pmWed, Oct 188:30pmThurs, Oct 269pm