Harley MarlboroRemember when action movies were rated R? Remember when Don Johnson was the shit? Phil Blankenship at New Bev Midnights does, and he pumps out the hits. Made to capitalize on the Reluctant Hero 80’s, “Harley Davison and the Marlboro Man” follows Mickey Rourke as a biker with a soul to to bleed. He hooks up with Don Johnson. They tear shit up. The end.

Writer/Producer Don Michael Paul will be present for Q & A. Tonight – Midnite – New Beverly – Tickets at the door, 15 minutes before – Map

Before there were reluctant heroes, there was “Rocky.” He fought for love when all the world wanted was hate, and I think he’s cooler than Jesus. You decide – Arclight Sherman Oaks – Monday March 3, 7:30 – Tickets – Map

And then there was the man who loved to hate, Charles Bukowski. Are you an intelligent alcoholic? Come join the flock for rare Bukowski movies – Wednesday, March 5 at 8:00 – 7 Dudley Cinema – Venice – Arrive Early, it’s free – Map

Before “Dangerous Minds,” there was “Lean on Me.” Before “Lean on me,” there was “The Principally.” Before “The Principal,” there was “Cooley High.” And before Cooley High, there was “Blackboard Jungle.” It’s the Youth Gone Wild paradigm that spawned three hundred badass JD B-movies in the 60’s- Tuesday March 4, 1:30 PM – Skirball Center – Free admission – Map

Silent cinophiles can see America’s Sweetheart, Mary Pickford, every Wednesday this month at the Silent Movie theater. The series kicks off with “Little Lord Fauntleroy” – Gayest name ever? – Wednesday March 5th, 8:00 PM – Tickets Here – Map

And a sneak preview of Gus Van Sant’s “Paranoid Park” is at the Aero – Tonight – 7:30 – Santa Monica – Map - Tickets Here

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