IBJ Night at the Movies: "Cyrus"

upcomign film stars John C. Reilly and Marisa Tomei

June 23, 2010
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On Monday, June 28, I'll be hosting a screening of the off-kilter comedy "Cyrus" at Keystone Art Cinema.

It stars John C. Reilly, Marisa Tomei, and Jonah Hill. It's rated R.

More info on the festival favorite here.

Want to go?

Just post below with your favorite film by any of the three stars. I'll pick winners at random until the passes are gone. Winners will be notified via e-mail and passes will be sent for you to print out. Go...

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  • Favorite film
    I thought Marisa Tomei was great in The Wrestler. Jonah Hill is pretty funny in the Judd Apatow films. And I don't usually like John C. Reilly, but I recently watched Gangs in New York and he was good in that.
  • Marisa Tomei
    I loved Marisa Tomei in The Wrestler.
  • Marisa Tomei
    I loved Marisa Tomei in The Wrestler.
  • John C. Reilly
    John C. Reilly is a wonderful/honest actor who's just as believable in dramatic roles as comedic. He was wonderful in Gangs of New York and heart-breaking in Chicago. I heard a great interview with him regarding this film on NPR. Sounds great.
  • My Cousin Vinnie
    I love Marisa Tomei in My Cousin Vinnie.
  • Marisa
    Will the screening be on Monday 7/26 or Wednesday 7/28? :)

    I too have to say Marisa Tomei in My Cousin Vinnie. Love that movie!
  • John C. Reilly
    Mr. Cellophane in Chicago. Tears me up every time.

    I'm also one of the way-older-than-the-target-demographic people who LOVES Jonah Hill.
  • Choices, choices...
    Marisa Tomei in "My Cousin Vinnie," Jonah Hill in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and the incomparable John C. Reilly in "Chicago."
  • John C Reilly
    I thought he was brilliant Talladega Nights. He was the Magic Man!
  • pick me!
    How could you not love John C. Reilly in Talladega Nights??!!!
  • Talladega Nights
    I love John C Reilly in Talledega Nights!
  • Marissa Tomei and John C. Reilly
    Okay, so Marissa Tomei would be "Someone Like You" and John C. Reilly would be his appearance in Prop 8 the musical!
  • yes, please
    John C. Reilly shines in Boogie Nights!
  • Jonah Hill
    He was pretty funny in Accepted. "Ask me about my weiner!!"
  • Marisa Tomei...
    ...in My Cousin Vinnie.
  • Jonah Hill
    How about Superbad?!
  • John C. Reilly
    Hilarious in Step Brothers
  • Marisa Tomei
    In the Bedroom
  • Cop at police station
    Who can deny John C. Reilly was masterful in his performace as "Cop at Police Station" in Shadows and Fog? Totally stole the movie.
  • John C. Reilly
    in Step Brothers
  • Shadows and Fog, defiitely
    If John C. Reilly was in Shadows and Fog, an excellent movie though heartbreaking, that would be it!
  • Marisa Tomei
    It's gotta be "My Cousin Vinnie"
  • Marisa Tomei
    It has to be My Cousin Vinny!
  • Jonah Hill
    Superbad will forever be a classic of adolescent angst, and a favorite in my books accordingly.
  • Jonah Hill
    Superbad will forever be a classic of adolescent angst, and a favorite in my books accordingly.
  • Jonah Hill
    Superbad, a great comedy.
  • Favorite Marisa Tomei movie
    I thought that Marisa Tomei's part in The Wrestler was extremely good. I loved the movie and her in it.
  • Favorite Marisa Tomei movie
    I thought that Marisa Tomei's part in The Wrestler was extremely good. I loved the movie and her in it.
  • Favorite Marisa Tomei movie
    I enjoyed Marisa Tomei in The Wrestler. I thought she really showed her acting skills.
  • John C Reilly
    A race fans favorite - talledaga nights
  • Favorite Marisa Tomei movie
    They all are, Anything with Maris Tomei will get my vote.
  • My comment deleted
    Wow. Contest has changed from favorite movie QUOTE to just name a movie these actors have been in. Must be because I quoted an obscene one from STEPBROTHERS (even though I censored it, it still got deleted).
  • Slumming it
    Marisa Tomei was fantastic in the Slums of Beverly Hills. That was a great and often overlooked movie. Jonah Hill has been very funny in his roles, but especially funny in Knocked Up. And for John C Reilly you have to go with Boogie Nights.
  • Jonah Hill
    Loved Jonah in SUperBad!
  • Riley
    John C. Reilly stars in one of my favorite comedies ever, Walk Hard!
  • Jonah Hill
    My favorite Jonah Hill movie is Superbad, but Get him to the Greek is a close second.
  • JCR in Gilbert Grape
    burger barn.
  • J C Reilly
    Talladega Nights
  • J C Reilly
    John's character in Magnolia, boogie Nights, Walk Hard, Step Brothers, Flawless, Jona Hill in forgetting Sarah Marshall, And Marisa Tomei,The Wrestler as well as anything else she's been in. How could this movie not be one of the best of the year!!!!

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