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Tivoli Theatre

5021 Highland Avenue

Downers Grove, IL 60515

Phone: 630-968-0219

Fax: 630-968-0839


 

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2015   7:30PM


Swedish filmmaker Ruben Ostlund puts marriage under a squirm-inducing microscope in “Force Majeure,” a stylish, acutely observant psychodrama that changes tone so deftly between social comedy of manners and mournful meditation on gender roles that the viewer isn’t quite sure whether to laugh or sigh. ... Read More >>>

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2015   7:30PM


Here's one of the strongest feature film debuts in a long time, in any genre. Currently on demand and making its way into a few brave theaters, "The Babadook" comes from Australian writer-director Jennifer Kent, whose short film "Monster," made nearly a decade ago, inspired her full-length treatment of the same story.

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MONDAY, MARCH 9, 2015   7:30PM


The world of Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne — a zone of factories, housing projects and modest suburban developments in and around the industrial Belgian cities of Seraing and Liège — is no place for a movie star. ... Read More >>>

MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2015   7:30PM


“Cynicism has no place in the reviewing of art.” Words to live by, for sure, and all the more so for being uttered by John Ruskin, one of the giants of 19th-century British art criticism. But nothing is quite so simple. In “Mr. Turner,” Mike Leigh’s revelatory new film, Ruskin (Joshua McGuire) appears as a pretentious carrot-topped nitwit with a voice like a posh Elmer Fudd. In one scene, he offers up “controversial” theories about landscapes and seascapes to a roomful of harrumphing artists. It’s all very well, ... Read More >>>