7/1: Last Remaining Seats, Screenwriters, David Bowie Flick

LAST LAST REMAINING SEATS: For 2009, at least. Oh how we wish this popular, always mostly sold-out cinematic extravaganza, could run all year long. But, we will appreciate the time we have together. Tonight's movie is "Pandora's Box," and it features a comely Louise Brooks. Those severe bangs make us swoon. If you swoon, too, but don't have tix, try the stand-by line. 7PM doors, The Orpheum

WRITERS ON GENRE SERIES OPENS: Every Wednesday night in July the Writers Guild is rounding up top scribes to chat about the corner of moviedom they cover. First up: Action Adventure and Thrillers. The "eek"-coaxing screenwriters behind "X-Men" and "Batman Begins" and lots of other heart-pumpers dish. 7:30PM, WGA

"ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS": David Bowie in a highly stylish tale of London kids and tunes and everything wonderful. Made in 1986, the Julien Temple pic just oozes 1986-ish. In the best way. When will skinny ties and shiny sexy suits make a comeback? Soon, please. New Beverly Cinema, 9:25PM ("Scott Walker: 30 Century Man" shows at 7:30) 

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