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PAST SCREENINGS


TRON 40th Anniversary + Member Pre-Party

MoPOP members are invited to get extra funky before our 40th anniversary screening of TRON. Grab your favorite spot in Sky Church, hang out with your fellow pop culture peeps in the lounge, and enjoy some free snacks and special giveaways before doors open to the public.

Party like it’s 1982.


40-year anniversary screening + Member Pre-Party for TRON 

Rated PG | 96 mins. | Dir. Steven Lisberger | 1982

“On the other side of the screen, it all looks so easy.”

Formerly the software engineer for a big computer company named ENCOM, Jeff Bridges plays Kevin Flynn. Flynn tries to hack into his old company’s system, but the Master Control Program has other ideas.

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PACIFIC RIM

Rated PG-13 | 131 mins. | Dir. Guillermo del Toro | 2013

“Today, we are cancelling the apocalypse.”

Giant sea monsters from another dimension threaten life on Earth by opening a portal into the Pacific Ocean. Jaegers are giant mechs mentally linked to their pilots and may be humanity’s last hope.


Videodrome

VIDEODROME

Rated R | 87 mins. | Dir. David Cronenberg | 1983

“The television screen is the retina of the mind’s eye.”

The television can be a great way to escape from reality. TV station president Max Renn is always looking to get ahead of the competition. When he comes across Videodrome, a signal broadcasting snuff films for the masses, the division of reality and screen begin to blur.


Minority Report

MINORITY REPORT

20-year anniversary screening

Rated PG-13 | 145 mins. | Dir. Steven Spielberg | 2002

“I’m tired. I’m tired of the future.”

In a future where a complex neural network can predict the outcome of crimes before they occur, people don’t die from murder. Would-be killers spend their sentences in stasis. Tom Cruise plays John Anderton, head of the Precrime unit, who has complete faith in the sentient Precogs who run the system… until they turn their calculations on him.


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