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Rush-MORE, not less

The Grand Anderson Film Series begins

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Max Fisher: I like your nurse's uniform.

Dr. Peter Flynn: These are O.R. scrubs.

Max Fisher: Oh, are they?

And so begins the Source's latest film series, "The Grand Anderson," a celebration of the great quotes, storylines and characters penned and brought to life by writer and director Wes Anderson. Rushmore—a classic tale of one boy's (Jason Schwartzman, in his first film role) quest for a teacher's love—(bottle) rocketed Anderson's film career and revived and revamped Bill Murray's. Rushmore kicks off this four-week, Wednesday-night event sponsored by Worthy Brewing Company on Feb. 12, and will whet your appetite for the upcoming screenings of Fantastic Mr. Fox (Feb. 19), The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Feb. 26) and The Royal Tenenbaums (Mar. 5). 7 pm. The Old Stone Church, 157 NW Franklin. Free.

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