“Sunday Cinema Club” at Kundura Cinema starts on February 5th.


It would be great to enjoy a cinema where the wind of nostalgia blows! With February 14th approaching, the loveliest time of the year, how about planning to watch one of the romantic classic movies of the 90s with your partner or go to a breathtaking film festival with your best friends in February? Good news; The Sunday cinema club of the cinema “Kundura Cinema” starts its work! Sunday Cinema Club will be with us on February 5th, Kundura Cinema’s film program offering the experience of watching classics from the 80s and 90s in restored copies in 4K quality.

The first two films in the Back to the Future series, one of the cornerstones of time travel films, will open a program inspired by the film generation “Parliamentary Film Club”, which was the biggest Sunday night entertainment in Turkey in the 90s. Featuring iconic performances and innovative special effects from Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, two timeless and unrivaled sci-fi classics Back to the Future (1985) and Back to the Future Part II (1989) will be screened. consecutively on February 5 and 19, respectively.

The wild comedy Beetlejuice / Beetlebug (1989) and the gothic masterpiece Edward Scissorhands by Tim Burton, one of the most extraordinary and extraordinary directors of that period, will be shown on February 12 and 26. Another surprise on the program will be a special screening on February 14 of The Phantom (1990), which continues to be one of the most romantic films of all time with its iconic pottery scene, accompanied by Melody Unleashed. Tickets are limited in number and on beykozkundura.com with discounts and special benefits for students!

Back to the Past and Future with Marty and Doc

The Pazar Film Club will start with the first two films in the Back to the Future series, one of the cornerstones of time travel films. “Back to the Future” (1985) and its sequel “Back to the Future Part 2″ created one of the most successful trilogies in cinematic history with a brilliant screenplay by Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale and visionary direction by Steven Spielberg.” (1989) will be shown consecutively on February 5 and 19, respectively. Movies in which eccentric scientist Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown and high school student Marty McFly teleport to the 1950s in the first year and 2015 when cars and skateboards flew; With iconic productions and innovative special effects from Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, they remain a timeless and unrivaled classic of the sci-fi genre.

Burtonesk ideas, crazy worlds

Beetle Beetle and Scissorhands, one of the most original and distinctive films of the period, with Tim Burton’s signature in bold type, will be screened one after the other on February 12 and 26. The Beetle, one of Burton’s most iconic films, begins with a couple, Adam and Barbara, who die in a traffic accident, finding themselves haunted in their New England home. Stars such as Michael Keaton, Winona Ryder, Geena Davis, and Alec Baldwin star in the movie, which is heading for some crazy fun, including the new owners of the house and the evil ghoul Beetle. With its flamboyant style, quirky design, and grotesque humor that turns the 1980s into a time capsule, Beterbug has become an inspiring classic comedy 35 years later.

Made with his love of B-horror and gothic literature, Tim Burton’s cult film Scissorhands tells the story of Edward’s childhood heart, left unfinished by the sudden death of its inventor, and having a pair of scissors. for his hands. Starring Johnny Depp, Winona Ryder, Vincent Price and Dianne Wiest. The film is also unique in that it contains references from The Hunchback of Notre Dame to The Phantom at the Opera, from Frankenstein to King Kong and even fairy tales.

Special issue “Ghost” for February 14

Another surprise on the program will be Ghost (1990) with a special screening for Valentine’s Day on February 14th. Directed by Jerry Zucker and one of the most memorable love films of the 90s, Ghost tells the story of a young man killed in a street attack, whose spirit is stuck “here” and he reluctantly seeks help. from a psychic to protect his beloved from impending danger. Film that won the Academy Award for Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress at the Academy Awards, for which it was nominated in 5 categories including Best Picture, as well as Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze’s well-groomed chemistry, and Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA Whoopi Goldberg. An unforgettable 90s classic with award-winning performance.

You can visit the website beykozkundura.com to take a closer look at the Kundura Cinema program, which brings together restored copies of 80s and 90s classics with audiences, and book your seat now.

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