Film on the Rocks 2010 schedule announced

Update: This morning, the Denver Film Society announced the full lineup for this year's Film on the Rocks. See which acts are slated to perform after the jump.

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The Film on the Rocks 2010 schedule has been announced. Looks like the Denver Film Society is kicking things off with a bang this year with The Hangover on Tuesday, June 8. Good call. That movie freaking kills us. The only other flix on par in our book are Old School or The Big Lebowski, and we're pretty sure they've already shown both of those. (Suggestions for next year: Momento, The Warriors, Goodfellas.) Although we've heard a few bands mentioned that are supposedly rumored to be performing this year, including Kinetix, the acts won't be revealed until June 1. Oh and that's also the day when we learn which John Hughes (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, The Breakfast Club or Sixteen Candles) will be screened on June 30, as decided by your vote. Follow the jump for a complete list of this season's movies.

Film on the Rocks 2010

06/08/10 - The Hangover (Kinetix with The Pirate Signal) 06/15/10 - The Princess Bride (The Northern Way with Voltage) 06/22/10 - Speed (Alpha Rev with The Epilogues) 06/30/10 - Favorite John Hughes film (Ian Cooke with Zach Heckendorf) 07/06/10 - Raising Arizona (Grace Potter and The Nocturnals with Danielle Ate the Sandwich ) 07/13/10 - Superbad (John Common & Blinding Flashes of Lights with Kevin Mileski) 07/19/10 - Monty Python and the Holy Grail (Jonny Barber & The Rhythm Razors) 07/27/10 - Clueless (Bop Skizzum with Lumpy & the Sloths) 08/03/10 - The Lost Boys (Snake Rattle Rattle Snake) 08/11/10 - Across the Universe (Something Underground All-Star Beatles Review)

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