Au contraire, says The Lake

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By Dan Haley

Editor and Publisher

In response to a recent WJ letter to the editor [Why won't Lake book movies for adults? Viewpoints, July 31], Mark Mazrimas, marketing manager for Classic Cinemas, counters that Woody Allen's new film, Blue Jasmine, opens at The Lake this Friday, and the R-rated The World's End is coming soon.

In addition, the First Tuesday Club's next offering is the modern setting of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, on Tuesday, Sept. 3, at noon and 7 p.m.

If nothing else, you have to give them credit for paying attention to Oak Parker's complaints.


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Aging Disgracefully from Oak Park  

Posted: August 22nd, 2013 9:31 AM

The Lake has shown a lot of sophisticated (rather than adult) films in the past year, including the First Tuesday Film Club. The Classic Theatres is now a huge chain and makes most of its money from the thrillers, alas, or as I call them, the single-fathers -an- their-kids-on-the- weekend movies.

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