while most americans were stuffing their pieholes with turkey last thursday, we here at the cb home office were hoisting unions jacks while cooking up some *bubble and squeak in celebration of benjamin britten’s 99th birthday. ol’ beavey capped off the party with another viewing of wes anderson’s latest cinematic masterpiece: moonrise kingdom. in addition to delightful dialogue, glorious set pieces from 1965, and a star-crossed pair of precocious youths, the film’s emotional center blossoms during a britten opera and features the composer’s music throughout the soundtrack from start to finish. portlanders can still catch this movie on the big screen at *laurelhurst theater tonight through thursday at 7pm. hands down, it’s the most awesome way to ring in uncle benny’s centennial year!
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