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Call Me By Your Name. Based on the acclaimed novel by Andre Aciman, Call Me By Your Name tells the love story of two Italian men in the 1980s. It's already received more than a handful of awards and nominations, including Best Motion Picture at the Golden Globes. Plus, the soundtrack features original music by the one and only Sufjan Stevens! If you're looking for one of those artsy, acclaimed, feel good flicks, search no further. Showing at Harkins Tucson Spectrum, 5455 S. Calle Santa Cruz, and Harkins Arizona Pavilions, 5755 W. Arizona Pavilions Drive. Opening Dec. 22.



Die Hard
. It's that time for the annual "Uh, well, technically Die Hard IS a Christmas movie" argument! Then you get angry and watch it out of spite to prove that it isn't a holiday classic, and at the same time remember how good of an action movie it is. It's an old wintertime tradition! Go through the same emotional rollercoaster of your own for Harkins' Tuesday Night Classics series. And remember, if Die Hard is a Christmas movie, then so is Eyes Wide Shut, and we know that ain't right. Showing at Harkins Tucson Spectrum, 5455 S. Calle Santa Cruz, and Harkins Arizona Pavilions, 5755 W. Arizona Pavilions Drive. 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 26.



The Loft Cinema

Santa's Slay. Professional wrestling star Bill Goldberg plays an evil Santa Claus who's actually Satan's son. (Clever, right?) For The Loft's Mondo Monday cheese-fest, the snow runs red. Want to see annoying carolers get chokeslammed? Want to see candy canes sharpened into weapons? Then this is the movie for you. This movie puts the Dolph (Lundgren) in Rudolph. 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 25. $3.



The Cat Video Fest.
Gather around to worship silly cat videos from the internet and party like it's 2008! The Cat Video Fest is back, and features about 100 videos. As an added holiday bonus, a portion of ticket sales from these screenings will benefit the Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter and the HOPE Animal Shelter! 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 26. $8.

Peter Pan. Presented by Arizona Public Media, you can view a recorded performance from the National Theatre in the UK. It's the classic story of the boy who never grows up, taking Wendy to Neverland to meet the likes of Tiger Lily and Captain Hook. If you don't want to brave the crowds at Disneyland, this performances is equal in magic. 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 28. $15.

The Loft Cinema is located at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd.


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