Film Night in the Park is an outdoor film festival that takes place in San Francisco, featuring something for everyone, from family favorites to traditional and contemporary classics.
"Bring a jacket+blanket"
"It's SUMMER IN THE CITY: bring a sweatshirt!"
"Bring a blanket/mat to sit on. Be there half hour earlier to get good spots."
"Popcorn, light refreshments, and other sweet snacks are sold prior to the movie."
When Harry Met Sally
Harry (Billy Crystal) meets Sally (Meg Ryan) on a post-graduation drive from the University of Chicago to New York, but when she rebuffs his flip advances, instant antipathy is born. Nonetheless, over the next 10 years in Manhattan, the two bump into each other at various emotionally crucial points in their lives and eventually manage to effect a friendship. Then sex rears its insistent head once more, and, following a period of readjustment, commitment-shy Harry learns that staying an entire night--and possibly an entire life--with one's object of lust is actually possible.
The plot may seem anything but fresh (and the borrowings from Woody Allen certainly are stale), but director Rob Reiner has a killer instinct for setting up jokes and punchlines, and is vastly aided by the performances and chemistry of Crystal and Ryan, as well as crisp supporting work from Carrie Fisher and Bruno Kirby.