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Bernie: Truth is ALWAYS Stranger than Fiction!

Jack Black stars as “Bernie” opening Friday at The ShowRoom Cinema. Lou Lumenick of the New York Post said “Jack Black gives the performance of his career in the title role of Bernie . . . . it’s the best movie I’ve seen all spring.”

As the roof comes off the building at 707, the …

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Raising The Roof at The NEW ShowRoom Cinema

Full speed ahead as the new ShowRoom Cinema pops the roof off the building to make way for the second floor. All the while that the workers are cutting through the roof, the structures are going up downstairs that outline the walls for the bathrooms, theaters and lobby. All exciting developments that will net Asbury …

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Theater of the Week: The ShowRoom Cinema

One of our distributors – Zeitgeist Films – has selected Asbury Park’s Art House to feature on their website. This is a great example of a distributor/exhibitor partnership and the kind of relationship that is the foundation of the Art House Movement. Check it out here.

Also – don’t forget to get your ticket for …

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First Position is First Rate

Taking a bit of relief from our construction-centric writing this weekend (go figure, we couldn’t get the carpenters to work on Memorial Day weekend!) – just wanted to report that we opened the independent film First Position this weekend. It’s a marvelous story of hope, dedication and hard work for young ballet dancers from all …

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Dance Competition and a Marilyn Mystery This Week

First Position:  opens Friday at The ShowRoom. Kenneth Turan of the Los Angeles Times said: “These performers are so young, so serious, so full of dreams and so hard on themselves that it is difficult not to be moved by their striving.” This ballet competition film is inspiring, thrilling and guaranteed to leave you smiling.

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