Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: New Cult Canon Screening from The Onion A.V. Club
* Additional fees apply.
All offers for Kiss Kiss Bang Bang have expired.
The last date listed for Kiss Kiss Bang Bang was Thursday October 14, 2010 / 7:30pm.
Most Popular Movies Event Nearby:
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $45.00
- Our Price:
- COMP - $22.50
Walking Dead fans from all walks of life -- and death -- come together to celebrate the television series during this fun-filled, three-day event. Walker Stalker Con Chicago will feature appearances from the actors, as well as other artists involved in zombie and fantasy shows, movies and art. Brought to you by the guys who produce The Walker Stalkers Podcast, the convention will feature appearances from Steven Yeun, Laurie Holden, Lauren Cohan, Chad L. Coleman and Emily Kinney of The Walking Dead, plus Stephen Amell (Arrow), Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones), special effects legend Greg Nicotero and many more stars. Creep your way to Walker Stalker Con for a bloody good time. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- See the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.avclub.com/chicago/articles/new-cult-canon-returns-to-music-box-with-kiss-kiss,45381/">AV Club article</a> about the screening, which features a video trailer for the film.
Inspired by the A.V. Club column, The New Cult Canon series celebrates the next generation of cult movies and the obsessive weirdoes who love them. Scott Tobias will be introducing the film and his A.V. Club cohort (and resident Shane Black expert) Nathan Rabin will join Tobias for a discussion afterwards.
The New Cult Canon returns to Music Box on Thursday, October 14th for a screening of Shane Black’s brilliant retro action-comedy Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. Once the most highly paid screenwriter in Hollywood, Black brought a dark, mordant wit and a gift for hard-boiled dialogue to scripts for ‘80s actioners like Lethal Weapon, The Last Boy Scout, and The Long Kiss Goodnight, but his work was always filtered through the sensibilities of other (not always great) directors.
After disappearing for nearly a decade, Black teamed up with longtime producer Joel Silver for Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, an ‘80s-style buddy comedy that doubles as a sly commentary on Hollywood and the art of screenwriting. With the most lovable shaggy-dog plot this side of The Big Lebowski, the film stars Robert Downey Jr. as the knockabout hero and narrator, a petty thief from New York who accidentally winds up in Tinseltown after stumbling into an audition. He tags along with private eye Val Kilmer as preparation for a movie role, but the two immediately get into trouble, with hilarious results.