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Set in the summer of 1957, with Enzo Ferrari's auto empire in crisis, the ex-racer turned entrepreneur pushes himself and his drivers to the edge as they launch into the Mille Miglia, a treacherous 1,000-mile race across Italy. (R, 131 min.)
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Wednesday, January 10, 2024

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Thursday, January 11, 2024

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Tuesday, January 16, 2024

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Wednesday, January 17, 2024

4:30 PM 7:45 PM

Thursday, January 18, 2024

5:30 PM 8:15 PM

It is the summer of 1957. Behind the spectacle of Formula 1, ex-racer Enzo Ferrari is in crisis. Bankruptcy threatens the factory he and his wife, Laura built from nothing ten years earlier. Their volatile marriage has been battered by the loss of their son, Dino a year earlier. Ferrari struggles to acknowledge his son Piero with Lina Lardi. Meanwhile, his drivers' passion to win pushes them to the edge as they launch into the treacherous 1,000-mile race across Italy, the Mille Miglia. [NEON]

Starring:Adam Driver, Penélope Cruz, Patrick Dempsey, Jack O'Connell, Sarah Gadon, Shailene Woodley, Gabriel Leone
Director: Michael Mann
Genre(s): Biography, Drama, History

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"One of Michael Mann's most emotionally satisfying films in years."

— Audrey Fox, Slashfilm

"The driving scenes are astonishing – as electrifyingly, wind-whippingly real as anything in the genre’s history, from Le Mans to Ford v Ferrari."

— Robbie Collin, Daily Telegraph (UK)

"Ferrari really is like a ’70s movie. It has that intensity of grip, that layered human fascination, that cathartic honesty about what life is really about."

— Owen Gleiberman, Variety

"Painting a multifaceted portrait of the racing legend during a particular moment of personal and professional crises, the auteur’s first feature since 2015’s Blackhat hums with steely passion and pain."

— Nick Schager, The Daily Beast

"Penélope Cruz steals the show as the pistol-wielding Laura. . . It’s a great performance founded on a sizzling bitterness that manifests the film’s only (darkly) comedic moments in bursts of scathing monologue."

— Luke Hicks, The Film Stage

"There is an unstoppable force at the center of Michael Mann’s Ferrari. It is fast, fierce, and wildly unpredictable. One moment it has you in the throes of ecstasy; the next, fearing for your life... I’m talking, of course, about Penélope Cruz."

— Marlow Stern, Marlow Stern Rolling Stone

"The specter of death haunts the racing scenes in 'Ferrari.' That’s part of their intoxicating charge. But it isn’t just the action that’s fraught with thrilling danger. Every moment of the drama moves with a sense of high-stakes dread, of underlying emotional turbulence."

— Owen Gleiberman, Variety

"Ferrari emerges as that rarest of films: the complex, complicated biopic. Like his subject, Mann appreciates beauty and power while never forgetting that beauty can wither and power can destroy; within that matrix of messy contradictions, he creates haunting drama."

— Alonso Duralde, The Film Verdict

"The crash scenes have a horrible heart-in-mouth quality: it’s as if you can feel the tumble of gravity working on your own insides. And the same goes for the racing itself, which like the vehicles is somehow sleek and crunchy all at once – inches from disaster at any given moment, and all the more beautiful for it."

— Robbie Collin, The Telegraph

"Ferrari is elegant and restless, with a sense throughout that something horrific might be lurking around each corner. And when the director straps his cameras on those cars and sends them on their way, the picture transforms into something more visceral and chaotic, a fever dream (or maybe a nightmare) of speed and smoke."

— Bilge Ebiri, New York Magazine (Vulture)