Thelma & Louise

Special Galentine’s Day Screening

R, 130 minutes


Thelma and Louise – a bored housewife and a straight-laced waitress at a coffee shop – are best friends who are sick of what they’ve settled for. Deciding to escape the tedium of their everyday lives, the pair sneak off in Louise’s ’66 T-bird convertible for a three-day fishing trip with no husbands, no boyfriends and no problems. But things don’t go quite according to plan when an encounter with a drunken, foul-mouthed, would-be rapist transforms their quiet getaway into a cross-country escape that will change their lives forever. (1991, Ridley Scott, USA, English, 130 min, R, DCP)

“Their adventures, while tinged with the fatalism that attends any crime spree, have the thrilling, life-affirming energy for which the best road movies are remembered.” — Janet Maslin, New York Times

“Thelma & Louise may look like just another girl-buddy road picture. But in director Ridley Scott’s hands, it’s propulsively more.” — Desson Thomson, Washington Post

“Sarandon and Davis bring a lot of unpredictable verve and nuance to their parts.” — Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader

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