Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love My Bike
You should go see a movie tonight, dontcha think? Here are two you might want to check out.
The Isabel Bader Theatre (map) has a free screening of Dr. Strangelove starting at 8:15 p.m. This particular version is digitally-restored and has a resolution of 4K, which apparently means something significant. Actually, it’s kind of a big deal: the restoration is being shown-off as part of a professional audiovisual conference being held in Toronto, and requires special equipment to display.
Or, if high-resolution bomb-riding isn’t your thing, check out tonight’s premiere screening of the new documentary Escape From Suburbia: Beyond the American Dream, sequel to End of Suburbia, an indie success that caught the attention of The Colbert Report, The New York Times, CBC radio and yes, Oprah. The film explores the looming threat of peak oil, and why our suburban project has possibly been the largest misallocation of resources in history. This one’s at 7 p.m. at the Bloor Cinema, 506 Bloor Street West (map), and will cost you to the tune of $15.