Show Times

GR Gold Room

Monday 20, August

Billy Madison & The Phantom of Liberty

Billy Madison & The Phantom of Liberty

Monday 20, August

Saving Silverman & Funny Games

Saving Silverman & Funny Games

Monday 20, August

Tuesday 21, August

Bowfinger & Beware of a Holy Whore

Bowfinger & Beware of a Holy Whore

Tuesday 21, August

Edtv & Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

Edtv & Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

Tuesday 21, August

Wednesday 22, August

Dumb and Dumber & Y Tu Mama Tambien

Dumb and Dumber & Y Tu Mama Tambien

Wednesday 22, August

Peggy Sue Got Married & Last Temptation of Christ

Peggy Sue Got Married & Last Temptation of Christ

Wednesday 22, August

Thursday 23, August

Saving Silverman & Funny Games

Saving Silverman & Funny Games

Thursday 23, August

The Mask & Eyes Without a Face

The Mask & Eyes Without a Face

Thursday 23, August

Friday 24, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Friday 24, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Friday 24, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Friday 24, August

Saturday 25, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Saturday 25, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Saturday 25, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Saturday 25, August

Sunday 26, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Sunday 26, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Sunday 26, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Sunday 26, August

Monday 27, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Monday 27, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Monday 27, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Monday 27, August

Tuesday 28, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Tuesday 28, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Tuesday 28, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Tuesday 28, August

Wednesday 29, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Wednesday 29, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Wednesday 29, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Wednesday 29, August

Thursday 30, August

The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

Thursday 30, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

Thursday 30, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Thursday 30, August

Saturday 15, September

Who's the Best: Bond with Sandro Monetti

Who's the Best: Bond with Sandro Monetti

Saturday 15, September

GR Gold Room
Billy Madison & The Phantom of Liberty

Billy Madison & The Phantom of Liberty

CINELOUNGE ROOFTOP AT THE MONTALBAN

Arena Cinelounge and The Mall Present

In Association With The Montalban

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: Billy Madison and The Phantom of Liberty

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?

Billy Madison: In order to inherit his fed up father's hotel empire, an immature and lazy man must repeat grades 1-12 all over again.

The Phantom of Liberty: A series of surreal sequences that critique morality and society in a stream of consciousness style.

Doors open at 6:30pm. Billy Madison starts at nightfall then followed by The Phantom of Liberty.

1615 Vine St. Los Angeles, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Monday 20, August

Bowfinger & Beware of a Holy Whore

Bowfinger & Beware of a Holy Whore

AUGUST 20TH DOUBLE FEATURE!!

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: Bowfinger & Beware of a Holy Whore

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?

Bowfinger: When a desperate movie producer fails to get a major star for his bargain basement film, he decides to shoot the film secretly around him.

Beware of a Holy Whore: On a film set there are two things missing, the film material and the director. So the actors and actresses as well as the crew try to make the best out of the situation. When the director arrives the material is still missing and so they still wait and try to make the best out of the situation. When the material finally arrives all folks involved into the film find themselves in a weird situation. Jealousy, competition and despair are ruling. Nobody seems to be able to break through this atmosphere, so they all still try to make the best out of the situation, but this is probably not the way to finish the film.

6464 Sunset Blvd. Lobby Level

Hollywood, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Tuesday 21, August

Dead Envy

Dead Envy

A drama/thriller about rock music, obsession, shampoo and death. Aging rock musician David Tangiers hasn't given up on the idea of recording a comeback album, even though he now works as a hairstylist in the salon he owns with his wife Cecily. After a mysterious new talent named Javy Bates makes his way into David's life, Cecily tries to recruit him to help David with his music, only to find that Javy has an agenda of his own...

Friday 24, August

Saturday 25, August

Sunday 26, August

Monday 27, August

Tuesday 28, August

Wednesday 29, August

Thursday 30, August

Show Future Dates
Dumb and Dumber & Y Tu Mama Tambien

Dumb and Dumber & Y Tu Mama Tambien

SATURDAY AUGUST 18TH AT THE MONTALBAN ROOFTOP.

AUGUST 22 SHOW at CINELOUNGE SUNSET

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: Dumb and Dumber & Y Tu Mama Tambien

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?

Dumb and Dumber: The cross-country adventures of 2 good-hearted but incredibly stupid friends.

Y Tu Mama Tambien: In Mexico, two teenage boys and an attractive older woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other.

Doors open at 6:30pm. Films start at 8:00pm

1615 Vine St. Los Angeles, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Wednesday 22, August

Edtv & Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

Edtv & Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

AUGUST 20th DOUBLE FEATURE!!

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: Edtv & Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?

Edtv: A video store clerk agrees to have his life filmed by a camera crew for a television show.

Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One: Filmmaker William Greaves auditioned acting students for a fictional drama, while simultaneously shooting the behind-the-scenes drama taking place.

6464 Sunset Blvd. Lobby Level

Hollywood, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Tuesday 21, August

Peggy Sue Got Married & Last Temptation of Christ

Peggy Sue Got Married & Last Temptation of Christ

AUGUST 18TH DOUBLE FEATURE!!

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: Peggy Sue Got Married & The Last Temptation of Christ

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?

Peggy Sue Got Married: Peggy Sue faints at a high school reunion. When she wakes up, she finds herself in her own past, just before she finished school.

The Last Temptation of Christ: The life of Jesus Christ, his journey through life as he faces the struggles all humans do, and his final temptation on the cross.

6464 Sunset Blvd. Lobby Level.

Hollywood, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Wednesday 22, August

Saving Silverman & Funny Games

Saving Silverman & Funny Games

AUGUST 21ST DOUBLE FEATURE!!

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: Saving Silverman & Funny Games (1997)

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?er.

Saving Silverman: A pair of buddies conspire to save their best friend from marrying the wrong woman.

Funny Games: Two violent young men take a mother, father, and son hostage in their vacation cabin and force them to play sadistic "games" with one another for their own amusement.

6464 Sunset Blvd. Lobby Level

Hollywood, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Monday 20, August

Thursday 23, August

Show Future Dates
The Last Curtain Call

The Last Curtain Call

An aspiring rock star finally gets his big break in the music industry after having neglected everyone he loves and is now trying to make up for lost time, but will he be too late?

Friday 24, August

Saturday 25, August

Sunday 26, August

Monday 27, August

Tuesday 28, August

Wednesday 29, August

Thursday 30, August

Show Future Dates
The Mask & Eyes Without a Face

The Mask & Eyes Without a Face

AUGUST 18TH DOUBLE FEATURE!!

THE "HIGHS AND LOWS" SERIES: The Mask + Eyes Without a Face

The Mall (William Morris and Michael Perry) and Arena Cinelounge present Highs and Lows, an experimental screening series in which mainstream pop culture comedies are paired with arthouse classics. Audiences will be shocked to see how well these pairs play together, as commonalities are collected between two unexpected films.

Confusion about what makes a film good or bad has made space for a complete re-evaluation of taste. Life’s too short to worry about a guilty pleasure, especially when so many low-brow films share similarities with your typical high-brow, repertory art-house fare. What makes a film high or low? Who gets to decide?

The Mask: Bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss is transformed into a manic superhero when he wears a mysterious mask.

Eyes Without a Face: A surgeon causes an accident which leaves his daughter disfigured, and goes to extremes to give her a new face.

6464 Sunset Blvd. Lobby Level

Hollywood, CA 90028

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Thursday 23, August

What Keeps You Alive

What Keeps You Alive

Rfor violence including bloody images, language, and brief nudity.

Majestic mountains, a still lake and venomous betrayals engulf a female married couple attempting to celebrate their one-year anniversary.

Friday 24, August

Saturday 25, August

Sunday 26, August

Monday 27, August

Tuesday 28, August

Wednesday 29, August

Thursday 30, August

Show Future Dates
Who's the Best: Bond with Sandro Monetti

Who's the Best: Bond with Sandro Monetti

WHO'S THE BEST: BOND WITH SANDRO MONETTI

September 15th 6pm - 8pm

Join Arena Cinelounge and Sandro Monetti with a special guest panel for a movie lover's dream: a lively, informed, amusing and interactive debate to establish WHO'S THE BEST James Bond!

Sandro and each guest panelist make their case for a particular winner before throwing the debate open to the live audience.

6464 Sunset Blvd. Lobby Level

*Online ticket sales end 15 minutes prior to showtime

Saturday 15, September