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FEBRUARY'S RETROMANIA - Feb 24th at 9:30pm!

Sixteen-year-old Sarah is given thirteen hours to solve a labyrinth and rescue her baby brother Toby when her wish for him to be taken away is granted by the Goblin King Jareth.

Labyrinth - FILM REVIEW

Sarah Marshall,


"I fell in love with Labyrinth for reasons I can and can't explain. But if I try to articulate the effect it had on my life, I return again and again to the concept of change. For years, I saw it differently every time I watched it: wishing first that Sarah would give in to Jareth’s wishes, then idolizing her for insisting on her freedom, and finally coming to rest in a gray area. Labyrinth taught me to say, as Sarah did, “You have no power over me”—to all the people, institutions, and ideas that tried to convince me otherwise. But David Bowie was the movie’s real guide as to what freedom meant. He showed me that it wasn't just about completing a journey or fulfilling a responsibility. It was also about reveling in myself and all my possibilities. It was about welcoming challenge, welcoming fear, and knowing that sometimes the most reliable route that we can have to power is embracing complication and confusion." For the full review CLICK HERE.

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Directed by: 
Jim Henson
Running Time: 
101 min
Jennifer Connelly, David Bowie, Toby Froud
Screenplay by: 
Dennis Lee, Jim Henson, Terry Jones
PG: Mild Frightening Scenes

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