Is 1999 in fact the best movie year ever? With hindsight, countless thinkpieces, and at least one entire book dedicated to it, there's no doubt it's in contention. In this 25th anniversary nine film series co-presented by FilmScene and the Bijou Film Board, we take a look at the dawn of the millennium with populist hits, titles that challenge the canon, and everything in between. So put on your favorite choker and chunky platforms. Zip up your tech vest. Make sure to find some really deep lyrics to use for your away message, or just hit 'em with an "afk," and don't forget your best mix CD to listen to on your way to the movies!
When a group of college friends reunite for a wedding, writer and committed bachelor Harper Stewart (Taye Diggs) attempts to hide the fact that his saucy new book is loosely based on the lives and loves of the tight-knit group.
Somehow weirder, sleazier, and even more jaw dropping than its predecessor, director Matthew Bright’s in-name-only sequel, Freeway II:Confessions of a Trickbaby regurgitates onto the screen with an unflinching barrage of gross-out-gags and adept social satire.