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Join us this August for a miniseries honoring the legacy of James Caan! First up is Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather, where Caan played Sonny, the eldest son of the Corleone clan. Then come on out for Norman Jewison’s Rollerball, a sports film set in a dystopian future and starring Caan as athlete Jonathan E. It’s an offer you can’t refuse, so grab your tickets below before they sell out!
The Godfather – Aug 4 – 6
Directed by Francis Ford Coppola | 1972
Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) wields an immense amount of power, as the aging patriarch of the Corleone crime family. Michael (Al Pacino), decorated former Marine and Vito’s youngest son, is determined to keep his distance from the family business. But when Vito is almost killed in a failed hit, Michael is forced to set his reluctance aside and take his place among the family ranks.
Rollerball – Aug 5 – 6
Directed by Norman Jewison | 1975
The year 2018 — books have been digitized and edited for corporate appeasement, war has been eradicated, and the ultra-violent sport of Rollerball takes reign as the ultimate challenge. When Jonathan (Caan), veteran captain of Houston’s rollerball team, is pressured by the Energy Corporation into early retirement, his refusal sparks a sudden manipulation of the rules of the game. It is soon made clear to Jonathan that to continue playing is to have war declared on him by the suits striving to eliminate him at any cost.