"Godard's 60's at the Film Forum"
This is what I have to say:
Breathless, May 2-5:
Never seen it on the big screen, and while this weekend could not be more crammed with worthy activities, I will not miss this movie.
Two or Three Things I Know About Her, May 6 & 7:
I think I saw this at the Film Forum a year or two ago and actually I didn't like it.
Pierrot Le Fou, May 9-10:
Haven't seen, am curious.
A Woman is a Woman, May 11-13:
"Godard’s first film in color and Scope, and his nearest approximation of a musical, with cinematic in-jokes and anarchic humor galore." Ok, I'm in.
Alphaville, May 21:
Haven't seen, I know it's a big deal, so I'll go see it.
Band of Outsiders, May 22-24:
“All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun.” – Godard.
Masculine Feminine, May 25-27:
Absolutely. First saw this at the Film Forum in 2005, it has been very hard to settle on watching it on DVD for the last couple of years. I will be there.
Sympathy for the Devil, May 27:
"The camera endlessly prowls through the Rolling Stones’ recording session of the title song, shot in long, long takes."
Now I didn't even know about this one. Maybe.
This might be reason enough for me to look into a Forum membership, but I'd need to see 15 movies there before I start breaking even on the $5 tickets.