Somebody Up There Likes Me (one-week run!)

 

 

The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.

 

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

 

BUY TICKETS ($14/free for members, Friday-Sunday. $12/free for members, Monday-Thursday. Showtimes subject to change):
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Friday, March 15th: 7:30pm (Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington moderated by Chris Pratt!), 9:50pm (Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington moderated by Chris Pratt!)
Saturday, March 16th: 7:20pm (Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington, moderated by Jason Schwartzman!), 9:45pm (Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington, moderated by Jason Schwartzman!)
Sunday, March 17th: 7:45pm (Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington, moderated by Zach Galifianakis!), 10:10pm (Q&A with Nick Offerman & Bob Byington, moderated by Megan Mulally!)
Monday, March 18th: 10:00pm
Tuesday, March 19th: 7:45pm
Wednesday, March 20th: 10:00pm
Thursday, March 21st: 5:30pm

 

Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/21, 5:30pm)

A time-busting comedy with Nick Offerman!
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3/21/2013 - 5:30PM

The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
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Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/20, 10:00pm)

A time-busting comedy with Nick Offerman!
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3/20/2013 - 10PM

The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
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Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/19, 7:45pm)

A time-busting comedy with Nick Offerman!
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3/19/2013 - 7:45PM

The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
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Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/18, 10:00pm)

A time-busting comedy with Nick Offerman!
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3/18/2013 - 10PM

The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
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Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/17, 10:10pm, Nick Offerman & director in person, Q&A moderated by Megan Mulally!)

Nick Offerman & director in person!
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3/17/2013 - 10:10PM

Nick Offerman & director Bob Byington in person for Q&A moderated by Megan Mullally! The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
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Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/17, 7:45pm, Nick Offerman & director in person, Q&A moderated by Zach Galifianakis!)

Q&A moderated by Zach Galifianakis!
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3/17/2013 - 7:45PM

Co-star Nick Offerman and director Bob Byington will both be here after the film for a Q&A moderated by Zach Galifianakis! The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
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Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/16, 7:20pm, Nick Offerman & director in person, Q&A moderated by Jason Schwartzman!)

Nick Offerman & director in person!
somebodyupthere2_website
3/16/2013 - 9:45PM

Co-star Nick Offerman and director Bob Byington will both be here after the film for a Q&A moderated by Jason Schwartzman! The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
YouTube Preview Image

Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/16, 7:20pm, Nick Offerman & director in person, Q&A moderated by Jason Schwartzman!)

Q&A moderated by Jason Schwartzman!
somebodyupthere2_website
3/16/2013 - 7:20PM

Co-star Nick Offerman and director Bob Byington will both be here after the film for a Q&A moderated by Jason Schwartzman! The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
YouTube Preview Image

Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/15, 9:50pm, Nick Offerman & director in person, Q&A moderated by Chris Pratt!)

Nick Offerman & director in person!
somebodyupthere1_website
3/15/2013 - 9:50PM

Nick Offerman & director Bob Byington in person for Q&A moderated by Chris Pratt (“Parks and Recreation”)! The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
YouTube Preview Image

Somebody Up There Likes Me (3/15, 7:30pm, Nick Offerman & director in person, Q&A moderated by Chris Pratt!)

Q&A moderated by Chris Pratt!
somebodyupthere1_website
3/15/2013 - 7:30PM

Nick Offerman & director Bob Byington in person for Q&A moderated by Chris Pratt (“Parks and Recreation”)! The latest smart, subversive comedy from Bob Byington (Harmony and Me, RSO: Registered Sex Offender), Somebody Up There Likes Me skips through 35 years in the life of Max Youngman (Keith Poulson), his best (and only) friend Sal (Nick Offerman, “Parks and Recreation”), and the woman they both adore (Jess Weixler, Teeth). As they stumble in and out of hilariously misguided relationships — strung together with animated vignettes by Bob Sabiston (A Scanner Darkly) and an original score by Vampire Weekend’s Chris Baio — Max never ages, holding on to a mysterious briefcase that may or may not contain the secret to life.
Dir. Bob Byington, 2012, digital presentation, 76 min.

“Consistently silly and poignant at once. Byington excels at turning the edict that time waits for no one into a sensory experience. The tone combines supreme deadpan delivery with a light, airy atmosphere that brings to mind Wes Anderson without the requisite pandering to hip expectations. In his endless quest to find happiness in life — or in death — [Max] is a supremely likable creation.” (Eric Kohn, Indiewire)

Watch the trailer for “Somebody Up There Likes Me”!
YouTube Preview Image

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