or, “Film Friday: Alliteration Edition”
Any would-be cinephiles- or people just twiddling their thumbs between the release of “Miami Vice” and “Snakes on a Plane”- should check out the schedule at the Bloor Cinema. After showing “Godfather II” this past weekend, this programming for this week includes Woody Allen’s Manhattan, Werner Herzog’s Fitzcarraldo, and two films by François Truffaut (Day For Night and Small Change). …Not to mention cult comedies like Monty Python and the Holy Grail and Heathers.
This run of classic films only lasts until the end of the week, but even so, it’s good to see the Bloor switching up things up following the loss of the Festival chain.