Repo Man

Thursday, July 21, 2022

SHOWTIMES AT IFC CENTER

DCP Projection

“Cox’s style is a step beyond camp into a comedy of pure disgust; much of the film is churlishly unpleasant, but there’s a core of genuine anger that gives the project an emotional validation lacking in the flabby American comedies of the early 80s.” – Chicago Reader

“Repo Man comes out of left field, has no big stars, didn’t cost much, takes chances, dares to be unconventional, is funny, and works. There is a lesson here.” – Roger Ebert

“It’s very entertaining, and though it’s rude in an R-rated way, it has the good taste never to promise more than it can deliver.” – The New York Times

Screening as part of the series Movietown: Los Angeles Plays Itself and Other LA Visions.

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Screening as part of the series Movietown: Los Angeles Plays Itself and Other LA Visions.

Save big and see more of the Movietown: Los Angeles Plays Itself and Other LA Visions series with a discount 3-Ticket or 5-Ticket Pack! A discount 3-Ticket Pack is available for $42 general public/$30 member and a 5-Ticket Pack for $60 general public/$45 member. Bring a friend of two to a few screenings or treat yourself to more movies at a better ticket price.

Previously chose as a Staff Pick! by Jeff who says: “This movie kept me out late a lot of my high-school weekends – in true Midnight Movie mode it didn’t get a regular release in my neck of the woods when it came out – relegated instead to showing strictly midnights at the mall. I could just stand up and act out the entire movie on my own from beginning to end – but that wouldn’t do the justice to cinematographer Robby Muller’s beautifully evocative lensing of LA that this 35mm print showing will do!”

  • Year 1984
  • Running Time 92 minutes
  • Distributor Universal
  • Director Alex Cox
  • Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil

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