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Join us for cutting edge films from around the world, documentaries, and special cinematic events. 

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On Fridays, we watch movies.

Join us for Friday Flicks throughout the year! Movies are $1 at the door and in the 60 & Better Center. We have an exciting lineup of movies for your viewing pleasure each week, so check the schedule for what’s showing. Please RSVP for each movie.

We are now offering two showings with limited seating. Please call Katie at ext. 1222 to RSVP.  You must be a current J member, and masks are required with 6’ social distancing.

Friday Flicks Spring 2024

An American Pickle

March 1 | 1pm 
An immigrant worker at a pickle factory is accidentally preserved for 100 years and wakes up in modern-day Brooklyn. Directed by Brandon Trost, it features Seth Rogen, Sarah Snook and Molly Evensen. (1h. 28min., PG-13) 

Our Love Story (Almost Completely True)

March 8 | 1pm 
A tall, aging “shiksa” icon meets a short Jewish leprechaun in a bird store – what are the chances? Written by and starring Mariette Hartley and Jerry Stroka and featuring Bernie Kopell. (1h. 32min., R) 


March 15 | 1pm 
Famed mime Marcel Marceau (Jesse Eisenberg) joins the French Resistance after witnessing the violence of the Nazi regime. Using his skills as a performer, Marceau helps transport children orphaned by the Holocaust to safety. Based on a true story. (2h., R) 



The Red Sea Diving Resort

March 22 | 1pm  
Undercover agents open a fake hotel to real tourists as a cover to help smuggle thousands of Ethiopian refugees to safety. Inspired by true events, it features Chris Evans, Michael Kenneth Williams, Haley Bennett, Greg Kinnear, and Ben Kingsley. (2h. 10min., TV-MA) 

I'll Find You

March 29 | 1pm 
A Catholic opera singer and Jewish violin virtuoso dream of performing together at the legendary Carnegie Hall in New York City, but the German invasion of Poland happened. Love brought them together, but war tore them apart. (1h. 56 min., unrated) 


Fisherman's Friends

April 5 | 1pm
A fast-living, cynical London music executive heads to a remote Cornish village where he’s pranked by his boss into trying to sign a group of shanty singing fishermen. He struggles to gain the respect or enthusiasm of the unlikely boy band and their families. Soon he’s forced to reevaluate his own integrity and ultimately question what success really means. (1h. 47min., 13+) 


Past Lives

April 12 | 1pm
Two childhood sweethearts, after decades apart, are reunited for one fateful week in New York as they confront notions of destiny, love, and the choices that make a life in this heartrending modern romance. The movie stars Greta Lee and Teo Yoo, and was produced and directed by John Magaro. (1h. 45min., 16+) 


April 19 | 1pm
Bayard Rustin, advisor to Martin Luther King Jr., dedicates his life to the quest for racial equality, human rights and worldwide democracy. However, as an openly gay Black man, he is all but erased from the civil rights movement he helped build. (1h. 48 min., PG-13) 

The Holdovers

April 26 | 1pm
The Holdovers follows a curmudgeonly instructor at a prep school who is forced to remain on campus during Christmas break to babysit a handful of students with nowhere to go. Produced, directed, and written by Alexander Payne, the film stars Golden Globe winners Paul Giamatti and Da’Vine Joy Randolph. (2h. 13min., R) 



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Meet our incredible 60 & Better Team! They are here to make sure your needs are taken care of and to invite you to join us for fun events with our community.

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