Flick and Food Movies In The Spa At Viceroy Miami October

“Flick and Food” is the new concept for Movie Nights at The Spa at Viceroy Miami.
We invite you to avoid the movie theater crowds and catch a classic in our intimate 36-person theater.
Every Saturday night at 7:30PM, film fanatics can get comfortable on the oversized Philippe Starck-designed couches and enjoy a flick from a specific genre.
The $35 admission includes a full size snack from the newly launched restaurant Bistro|E, popcorn, and a gourmet cupcake while champagne is available for purchase by the glass or the bottle.
Reservations required.
The Spa At Viceroy Miami 485 Brickell Avenue | Miami Fl 33131 | 305.503.0369 www.viceroymiami.com/spa

10/02/10 FUNNY GIRL “Director William Wyler’s classic musical tells the story of legendary Ziegfeld Follies comedienne Fanny Brice (Barbra Streisand, in an Oscar-winning role), an unconventional beauty who grew up in the Jewish slums of New York dreaming of stardom. When Brice finally becomes the toast of Broadway, the resentful reaction of her husband (Omar Sharif) threatens to destroy their marriage. The film received eight Oscar nominations.”

10/09/10 DARK VICTORY “Fast living comes easy for Long Island socialite Judith Traherne (Bette Davis), who counts throwing lavish soirees, enjoying free- flowing booze and raising thoroughbreds among the many pleasures in her hedonistic existence. But a horse-jumping accident forces her to come to terms with her lifestyle — and mortality — when a handsome doctor (George Brent) discovers that Judith suffers from a potentially fatal brain tumor. Humphrey Bogart co-stars.”

10/16/10 WHATEVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE “In this Grand Guignol chiller, Hudson sisters Jane (Bette Davis) and Blanche (Joan Crawford), both aging actresses, share a rotting Los Angeles mansion, where Jane, once a vaudeville headliner, remains lost in her deranged childhood fantasies. When a devastating car crash — blamed on a drunken Jane — leaves Blanche wheelchair- bound, her increasingly psychotic sister seizes the chance to settle a jealous score.”

10/23/10 VERTIGO “One of Alfred Hitchcock’s darkest and most compelling suspense films tells the story of police detective Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart), who has a crippling fear of heights — and an all-consuming obsession with a married woman. When an old friend asks him to tail his wife (Kim Novak), Scottie is drawn into a vortex of deceit and murder. But that’s only the beginning as a mesmerizing score draws Scottie to the film’s haunting final shot.”

10/30/10 PSYCHO “When larcenous real estate clerk Marion Crane (Janet Leigh) goes on the lam with a wad of cash and hopes of starting a new life, she ends up at the notorious Bates Motel, where twitchy manager Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) cares for his housebound mother. The place seems quirky but fine … until Marion decides to take a shower. Director Alfred Hitchcock’s Oscar-nominated shocker has been terrifying viewers for decades — and for good reason.”