Thursday, August 30, 2012
You can’t help but hear about Glenn Beck these days with his bestselling books, popular TV show, and nationally syndicated talk-radio show. But why wouldn’t such a celebrated man with so much knowledge in politics run for office? He’s unelectable!
When you tell it like it is, you’re sure to lose a few supporters every now and then. Still makes for a great show though! What does he have to say about current political issues and candidates? Come find out and see what all the buzz about Beck is about at Glenn Beck’s Unelectable II Live on September 20 and a second showing on September 25 at your local Digiplex theater.
Friday, August 24, 2012
Why have death rates in various cancers stayed stagnant for nearly a century while pharmaceutical companies continue to make billions on archaic treatments? Alternative treatments are out there and they might save you, your spouse, parent or children.
Why isn’t the FDA approving them? Follow the lives of the Navarro Family, struggling to keep their son with cancer alive, and learn about what is being done and what you can do to loosen the FDA’s vise-like grip on treatment options at Cut Poison Burn. Playing on from Friday, September 21st to Thursday, September 26, 2012 at your local Digiplex location in NJ, CT and PA.
Check out the trailer below and get your tickets here.
Friday, August 10, 2012
At Digiplex Destinations, reinventing cinema means bringing entertainment to a whole new level-whether through the inspiring spectacle of a live opera or magic experience of a digitally remastered Hollywood classic like Singin’ in the Rain or Lawrence of Arabia.
Now we are pleased to announce the launch of DigiNext, a curated series of independent films fresh from festivals around the world and now at your local Digiplex Destination. The selected films include edgy comedies, provocative dramas and insightful documentaries that bring something unique to your local cinema- Movies that Change You.
Here is the list of features for our first series:
09/21/12 Cut Poison Burn
The story centers on the Navarros, a family struggling to keep their young son alive. The war between the Navarro Family and the FDA is perhaps this country’s greatest evidence as to why there should be medical freedom. As the personal meets the political, we see how the FDA holds a vise-like grip on treatment options. Heart-wrenching and informative, the film ultimately expresses the hope that we can create a new paradigm of prevention, medical freedom and acceptance of highly-tailored therapies to usher in a more enlightened era.
10/19/12 The Standbys
Every night on Broadway, dozens of the best performers aren’t on stage. They are backstage, standing by, ready to go on at a moment’s notice. The unique and challenging lives of Broadway’s Understudies and Standbys are revealed in this evocative and original behind-the-scenes documentary.
11/09/12 Chloe and Keith’s Wedding
Chloe & Keith’s Wedding is a heartfelt and hilarious, indie romantic-comedy that captures all of the fun, frolicking and hijinks of one of the craziest weddings ever. Completely scripted, the film cleverly captures the story of Jordan, the clumsy best man, and Sarah, a bridesmaid who also happens to be his ex-girlfriend as told through the “found footage” shot by the wedding videographers and the guests themselves using video flip cameras. This hilarious and touching indie film is truly groundbreaking as it was the first to use a viral video to solely market the film.
01/25/12 Standing Silent
Phil Jacobs, editor of the Washington Jewish Post, has begun writing and publishing a series of articles about sexual abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community. He has found what he believes to be clear evidence that several respected rabbis have been able to avoid arrest and recrimination due to the control they wield over the community. Fear blankets the orthodox community, creating an impenetrable wall of silence impossible to break through.
02/22/12 Taiwan Oyster
Shot on location in Taiwan, The Taiwan Oyster tells the story of Darin and Simon, two American ex-‐patriots who steal the corpse of a fallen countryman and embark on a quixotic road trip through the Taiwanese countryside in search of a suitable burial place for a person they barely knew. Taiwan in the year 2000, only thirteen years after the lifting of Marshall Law rule and still an unruly place referred to by many as the “Wild, Wild East,” provides a perfect setting for The Taiwan Oyster.
Check out our website for trailers and more information.