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Saturday, April 6, 2019
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  Tazria/ Shabbat HaChodesh
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Tazria/ Shabbat HaChodesh

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7:00pm [7:00pm] CAA Movie Night- "Zoolander"
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Ben Stiller’s brilliantly madcap comedy, Zoolander, had the misfortune to be released at the wrong time. In September of 2001 almost no one was laughing, and the film didn’t live up to its potential until much later. On DVD and later internet streaming, though, this joke-packed send up of male models and the fashion industry developed a strong following. Stiller, who cowrote and directed the film, stars as Derek Zoolander, impossibly beautiful and even more impossibly stupid male model being overtaken in his career by the new guy, played by Owen Wilson. Zoolander gets drawn into an evil plot a la The Manchurian Candidate and the jokes just keep coming. Everything about this movie is funny – from Stiller’s not particularly model-like looks to Derek’s inability to function as anything but a model (the movie’s ads said Zoolander has “3% body fat and 1% brain activity”). The comic genius of Will Farrell as the villain and Jon Voigt as Zoolander’s father are well employed, as well. Stiller’s real father Jerry Stiller shows up briefly as Derek’s agent “Murray Ballstein” and steals the show. Like Inglourious Basterds, Zoolander is a movie worth seeing more than once, but for a different reason. Watching Zoolander, you’ll be laughing so hard you’ll miss half the jokes and need to watch it again to catch them. Note: Zoolander is rater PG-13 for mild sexual content and drug references. Saturday Night at the Movies is free to CAA members. We ask that non-members contribute $5 per person to defray the cost of refreshments and movie rental.

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