Dollar movie

Thursday
November 17

Another Earth
Thursday, Nov. 17
8 10 12

Brit Marling, a recent Georgetown University graduate, serves as screenwriter and lead actress for this independent film. She stars as Rhoda Williams, a smart and curious young woman who plans to study astrophysics at MIT. However, after tragedy strikes, she is forced to reevaluate herself and her plans. When a duplicate Earth appears in the skies, Rhoda is presented with the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel there in the midst of her recovery and reconcile with her past.

Friday
November 18

Captain America
Friday, Nov. 18
7:30 10 12:30

Chris Evans stars as Steve Rogers, an unlikely hero due to his small stature. Despite being rejected for military service for World War II, Rogers gets the chance to serve his country after being injected with a “super-soldier” serum. Now muscular, tall, and formidable, Rogers earns his title “Captain America” as an integral force in the American army. The film also partly serves as a prequel for the upcoming movie The Avengers, which stars other Marvel superheroes such as Iron Man, Thor, and the Hulk.

Saturday
November 19

Dr. Strangelove
Saturday, Nov. 19
8 10 12

This 1964 comedy gives a satirical and ironic take on the Cold War. Directed, produced, and written by Stanley Kubrick, the film follows a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union ordered by a United States military official. However, the United States government tries to prevent the attack in fear of a nuclear war and apocalypse. The film was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Director and Best Picture.

Sunday
November 20

Revenge of the Nerds
Sunday, Nov. 20
8 10 12

Directed by Jeff Kanew, this movie gives an interesting and comedic take on college social life. Released in 1984, the film follows two first-year computer science nerds, Gilbert and Lewis, who are harassed and bullied by the Alpha Beta jock fraternity. In retaliation, the nerds form a fraternity of their own and use their “nerdy” skills to fight back against Alpha Beta. The film is one of Bravo TV’s “100 Funniest Movies.”