Body Heat / L.A. Confidential / The Player (Triple Feature)
A small-time attorney becomes entranced by a beautiful young woman married to a rich and powerful man. He finds himself trapped in a dangerous web which blinds and turns him into a pawn of a calculating and manipulative woman.
L.A. Confidential is "tough, Gorgeous and vastly entertaining" (James Maslin, The New York Times) and won 1997 Academy Awards for Best Supporting Actress (Kim Basinger) and Best Adapted Screenplay (Brian Helgeland and Curtis Hanson). Three cops, a call girl, a mysterious millionaire, and a tabloid journalist fuel a labyrinthine plot rife with mystery, ambition, romance and humor.
"Movies. Now more than ever!" That's the motto of the movie studio where fast-tracking exec Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins) works. But rumor has it a power play could push Mill out. And a rejected writer who's sending anonymous death threats could push him under. Robert Altman directs this acclaimed and satiric love/hate valentine to Hollywood, and from the bravura opening tracking shot to the spot-the-star cameos (60+!) to the inside skinny of studio life to the gleeful finale, you're in good, knowing hands. The Player. Now more than ever!