Venue Details

110 Star Starred
The Silent Movie Theater
between Melrose and Clinton 611 N. Fairfax St. Hollywood, CA 90036
323-655-2510
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Anything you want.
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Goldstar Member
Street parking, no meters, not bad for Hollywood area.
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Goldstar Member
Popcorn, soft drinks, cupcakes, candy, and coffee - all reasonably priced and generously sized!
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Goldstar Member
Love this theater!
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Reviews & Ratings

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207 events
105 reviews
24 stars
attended Apr 12 2011

Good acting by Bonnie Somerville but much of the scenes seemed forced and Neil Patrick Harris seemed uncomfortable and embarrassed to be in this movie. He was totally... continued

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10 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 11 2011

Great little movie theater in the heart of LA run by film lovers. Smart comedy, amazingly well written and acted quite well as well. A lot of clever twists, standout Amy... continued

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9 reviews
43 stars
attended Apr 12 2011

The movie was truly hilarious - being a fan of Dr. Horrible (hey no smirking - I know there are loads of you out there!), I was hoping NPH would deliver yet another new... continued

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Website

http://www.cinefamily.org

Quotes & Highlights

“Like Ruthless People and A Fish Called Wanda…the kind of adult comedy Hollywood doesn’t make anymore.” —Movie City News
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Watch the trailer for The Best and the Brightest on YouTube.

Description

A cast to die for, an unpredictable plot full of twists, and a nothing-held-back sense of silly, yet intelligent sense of humor—these are just some of the things that make The Best and the Brightest live up to its name. Josh Shelov directs one of the edgiest comedies ever to touch on the rearing of children, featuring Neil Patrick Harris and Bonnie Somerville as a newly-transplanted New York yuppie couple trying in vain to enroll their little girl into an absurdly elitist private kindergarten. After they hire eccentric placement consultant Amy Sedaris, a most outlandish “Three’s Company”-meets-the-Farrelly Brothers chain of events tumbles into place. To say any more would be to ruin the film’s many surprises, but get stoked for savage swipes at class struggle, as well as some of the most hilarious filthy “poetry” on record. British sensation Peter Serafinowicz, John Hodgman and an outrageously sleazy Christopher McDonald also star in the fiercest farce so far this year. Director/co-writer Josh Shelov, co-writer Michael Jaeger and composer Ted Masur will be on hand for a Q&A after the film on both nights. Co-star Bridget Regan will join them on the 11th, and co-star Bonnie Somerville will join them on the 12th.