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Wes Anderson Festival Comes to History Park

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IT'S SCIENCE: 'That's an endangered species at most. What would be the scientific purpose of killing it?' ... 'Revenge.'

IT'S SCIENCE: 'That's an endangered species at most. What would be the scientific purpose of killing it?' ... 'Revenge.'

This summer, History San Jose has a lineup of outdoor nighttime movies aimed directly at the bleeding millennial heart. Starting in May—with one film a month through October—Flicks and Grooves presents a series of Wes Anderson films. This celebration of the sad, sentimental, sardonic and symmetrical kicks off with Moonrise Kingdom this Friday. The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou is Jun. 14; followed by Rushmore on Jul. 12; then comes The Grand Budapest Hotel on Aug. 9; The Royal Tenenbaums on Sep. 13 and Fantastic Mr. Fox on Oct. 11. There will also be a live concert each month. Kids under 12 are free.

Wes Anderson Festival
History Park, San Jose
Fri, 7pm, $5

 

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