Birth and death are extraordinary experiences. Life is a fleeting pleasure.

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The movie The Wizard of Oz (1939) with the soundtrack replaced by Pink Floyd’s album The Dark Side…

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Pittsburgh’s own Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron are all charm in this witty and sharp musical set in post-war Paris — shown in remarkable technicolor. Don’t miss this Oscar-winning film with dreamy settings and an iconic ballet dance number. 

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It’s time to go sailing for adventure on the big blue wet thing with the muppets! Bask in the nostalgia of the retelling of Treasure Island featuring Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo, and the whole crew… plus the cruise rats. 20+ years later, this movie holds up as very funny and charming and stars Tim Curry as Long John John Silver!

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Don’t miss this nostalgic, funny, and often poignant coming of age story of 15-year-old who finds himself on tour with an up and company 1970s rock band as a reporter for Rolling Stones. He navigates a world of groupies, drugs, and sex despite the objections from his overprotective mother.

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On-Gaku is the lo-fi, arthouse rocker comedy we didn’t know we needed. An unconventional animated film coming out of Japan in 2019, On-Gaku (translates to “our sound”) follows a group of bored delinquent teens who come together to play music and discover the joy of creating something of their own. It was based on a manga created by Hiroyuki Ôhashi.

Director Kenji Iwaisawa took seven years to make On-Gaku, his first feature film, and the scrappy passion for filmmaking and classic rock is contagious.

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Spike Lee directed and stared in this cult classic comedy set at a Historically Black University in the South. Lee handles tense issues like classism, colorism, political activism, and hair texture bias with musical numbers in this fun, sometimes serious, always engaging comedy.

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Pittsburgh legend Gene Kelly is at his best in this quintessential 1950s musical — complete with some of the best tap numbers of all time. You’re basically going to be incapable of not leaving the theater smiling after watching this charming story of show business, classic Hollywood, and of course love. 

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Their parents are dead. None of them can cry. What do kids with no family, no emotions, and no future do? Form a killer rock back, of course. On a quest to regain their feelings, the Little Zombies set out on an over-saturated, 8-bit adventure full of wacky songs and stirring empathy in this rainbow-colored scream into the void.

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