Tag: film

Preview: Mizna’s Arab Film Festival returns to Circle Cinema, Nov. 9 

Circle Cinema, Tulsa’s only nonprofit independent historic theater, offers many unique viewing experiences for its members and guests. Circle screens an array of films, from Hollywood blockbusters to local independent films. It also showcases documentaries, silent films, and special screenings that are followed by one-of-a-kind panel discussions. Circle Cinema truly offers moviegoers visual experiences you […]

Review: Repo Man 

Alex Cox’s punk masterpiece gets the 35mm treatment at Circle Cinema  There was a time when the Reagan-esqe ideals of the Sharper Image catalog, conspicuous consumption, and upward mobility led to the capitulation of the free love movement and which tumbled into modern capitalism. A generation of people who spent their youths rebelling against the […]

“$2 Tuesdays For Students” at Circle Cinema

Circle Cinema recently announced a new discount offer for students available every Tuesday. With a valid school ID, a student may purchase a movie ticket for only $2. Students also have access to an exclusive $4 concession combo, which comes with a regular-sized soft drink and a small popcorn. With a purchase of a ticket […]

Tulsa celebrates “The Outsiders”

The Outsiders House Museum and Circle Cinema have partnered up to screen the newly remastered classic of the 1983 film, “The Outsiders.” The film was shot in Tulsa by director Francis Ford Coppola and featured a cast of the top teenage stars of the early ’80s. Two locations used in “The Outsiders” includes the Outsiders […]

Review: Reminiscence

Have you ever seen “Brainstorm” or “Memento”? How about “Total Recall,” “Dreamscape,” “Minority Report” or, perhaps, “Strange Days”? No? Watch those instead. Because writer/director Lisa Joy’s feature film debut, “Reminiscence,” lifts many of its influences from those films, and probably a half-dozen others I am forgetting, without doing anything interesting with any of them. Set […]

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