Movies are shown every Sunday at 1:00pm in the BCP theater.

"The Clubhouse" in the BCP Hex Room has food and drink - including popcorn available for purchase.  These items may be taken into the theater, but please clean up after yourselves so we don't have to hire a janitor.     
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There is no admission charge, but we do ask for donations to support BCP and the Film Club program. 
 Upcoming Films:
  • April 29 - To the Arctic - IMAX Documentary (USA - 2012)
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This week's movie: 

Sunday, April 22 @ 1:00pm - A Fish Called Wanda (British/American - 1988) 1 hour, 49 minutes

Ratings:  7.6 - IMDB,  93% - Rotten Tomatoes, 4/4 - Roger Ebert  
(Rated "R") 

From The Independent (U.K.): 
In A Fish Called Wanda, four oddballs come together to rob a London jeweller, and then spend the remainder of the film double-crossing each other.The quartet of misfits are Wanda Gershwitz (Jamie Lee Curtis); Otto West (Kevin Kline); Ken Pile (Michael Palin) and George (Tom Georgeson), the leader of the gang and the only one who knows where the jewels have been hidden after the robbery. His weary and uptight Old Etonian barrister, played by Cleese, becomes a key figure in the crew's schemes as femme fatale Wanda tries to seduce him to locate the loot. The barrister is called Archie Leach, which was Cary Grant's original name.

The plot is helter skelter and the comedy manic but it is fun to watch eccentric people behave in obsessive and weird ways. The humour is dark, too. Palin's character is madly in love with a tank of tropical fish, and so Kline eats the fish in an attempt to force Palin to talk ("The fact that Kline also stuffs French fries up Palin’s nose gives the scene a nice sort of fish-and-chips symmetry," said film critic Roger Ebert at the time.).

In her comment piece 'When was the last time you really laughed at a British film comedy?' film critic Anne Bilson wrote: "So John Cleese knew what he was doing back in 1988, when he teamed up with Charles Crichton, veteran writer-director of Ealing's The Lavender Hill Mob, to make A Fish Called Wanda. The humour may not be to everyone's taste (Michael Palin's comedy stutter is now a bit embarrassing) but the film is impeccably crafted in the best Ealing tradition, with a solid storyline and a refreshingly unclichéd central performance from Cleese."

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