” I gave her my heart, she gave me a pen.”

Everybody knows by now that the Library of Congress hosts free retrospective films, right? Well they do and quite often they are real old school rarities and classics. This week they’re offering up a little lighter, more mainstream fare but it sure is a good one.

Thursday evening at 7:00 in the Madison Library there will be a free showing of Say Anything. What can I say about this movie that hasn’t already been said? Say Anything is the last of the great 80’s romances. The movie that ended the John Hughes era and heralded in the reign of Cameron Crowe over America’s comedic heart strings. Not necessarily a good transition in my opinion but one that showed only promise in this pitch perfect movie. After all Say Anything is still Cameron Crowe’s best movie.

Go see Cusack hold up the boom box, for free at the Library of Congress tomorrow night.

Library of Congress
Madison Building, Mary Pickford Theater
101 Independence Ave. SE
(202) 707-5677

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