Bluelight Cinemas 5 Cupertino Oaks, 21275 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, CA 95014

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Corporate Event

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Bluelight Cinemas is host to many different private screenings including corporate events.

Please contact us if you would like to arrange a corporate event or any other event.

The Wisdom Tree*

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 7:15pm

Struggling to decipher a mysterious car accident, a quantum physicist, a neuroscientist and an FBI agent are drawn into an ever-deepening mystery. What follows is a meditative transformative journey through a maze of subliminal artworks, baffling scientific discoveries, introspective eastern mysticism and a series of puzzling events. Stuck in an enigmatic entanglement, they must unravel the most profound discoveries ever and save the human race from an enormous moral dilemma. Not in their wildest dreams could they have foreseen what lay ahead -- and neither will viewers.

The Wisdom Tree is a tale of human fears and desires, constructed around a classic drama with both sci-fi and mystic elements. This captivating and gripping mystery binds science (physics and neurology), art (fine art paintings and classical music) and mysticism (philosophy and spirituality) suggesting that the universe is multi-dimensional, strange, harmonic, and that - as Eastern spiritual traditions have long maintained - "All is one."

Though an original work of fiction, The Wisdom Tree heavily relies upon proven as well as proposed theories.

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Fundraiser for "Audrey Strong"*

Thursday, September 18th, 2014 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Movie: Toy Story

Cause: Fundraiser for "Audrey Strong", a GoFundMe campaign for a Redwood City 911 operator and all-around amazing woman, Audrey Scott, who is fighting a brain tumor.

Tickets: Price is $10 each (all ages). 100% of the money will go to Audrey Strong.

To purchase a ticket, and get a tax receipt, go to: Make a donation in the amount you owe ($20 if you are buying 2 tickets, $40 if you are buying 4 tickets, etc.) and type in the comments "For Audrey Strong Movie Night". Donations above and beyond the ticket price are, of course, welcome.

Raffle: We will also be raffling off a gorgeous Earthyluxe necklace by April Martin at the end of the evening. The necklace features a green agate suspended by 32" emerald beaded chain and is done in 14k gold fill. The retail value of the necklace is $130! Raffle tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20 and tickets will be sold at the event. 100% of the raffle proceeds will go to Audrey Strong. You do not need to be present to win, however. If you wish to purchase raffle tickets and cannot attend the movie night, please make a donation in the appropriate amount to Audrey's GoFundMe account and type in the comments "For Audrey Strong Necklace Raffle" and email your contact information to

Questions: Please email

My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Rainbow Rocks*

Sept 27 - Oct 12, 2014

Canterlot High is hosting a musical showcase and Rainbow Dash, Applejack, Pinkie Pie, Rarity, and Fluttershy are going to be performing with their new band, The Rainbooms. But when a new girl group, The Dazzlings, arrives at CHS, they convince everyone to turn the friendly showcase into a Battle of the Bands.

As tensions mount between the competing musical acts, a reformed Sunset Shimmer realizes that the Dazzlings may not be ordinary girls and are after something far more sinister than just being named Best Band at Canterlot High. The Rainbooms call on Princess Twilight to return to their world to help them perform a musical counter-spell so that they can win a battle that now determines the fate of the entire school.

Tickets: Matinee $8; Evening $10. No passes or discounts. Buy Tickets

Heroic Duo*

Thursday, October 2nd, 2014 7:30pm

Ken Li Wen-Kin is a senior member of the Hong Kong Police Force. He has an egocentric and overpowering personality. He is intolerant of mistakes, his underlings and girlfriend, Brenda suffering due to his macho personality. The main action begins when Inspector Li is brought in to investigate a cop who has committed a crime. On interrogation the cop reveals that he remembers nothing since he met a man the night before. The strange circumstances lead Li to Jack Lai who is a master hypnotist and also in jail for manslaughter after taking the rap for a murder his wife committed under duress. Jack clearly knows who is responsible but is also clear that only he can identify the culprit. Li therefore springs Jack from jail and takes him along. Although they fail to catch the criminal, it is clear from the evidence in the apartment that there is a plot to steal two Egyptian diamonds worth millions.Inadvertently hypnotized by Jack, Inspector Li retrieves the diamonds from the safe. Jack takes them and heads off to give them to Ocean, who is holding his wife hostage. Inspector Li is arrested for stealing the diamonds. His colleagues use the situation to settle some old scores. En route to jail, Inspector Li escapes by jumping from the Qing Ma Bridge. His girlfriend, Brenda, still hopelessly in love with him, helps him to evade recapture to pursue Jack and the criminal mastermind Ocean in order to recover the diamonds.

"Tickets Free! with purchase of one concession item minimum. "Chinese Movie Night" is sponsored by Ding Ding TV every first Thursday night of the month. Reserve Tickets

Tongues of Heaven*

Sunday, October 19th, 2014 3:30pm - 5:30pm

"You already know the importance of saving a language. You know the reason, but not the motivation to save it," admits Anchi Chen, one of the collaborators for TONGUES OF HEAVEN. With 96% of the world's population speaking only 4% of the world's languages, what does it mean today to speak your mother tongue? To put it another way, what do you lose when you lose your native language? Using video as the primary medium of expression, four young indigenous women from the Austronesian language territories Taiwan and Hawai'i share their questions, desires and challenges of learning their heritage languages.


The Center for Asian American Media (CAAM)

North American Taiwanese Women's Association (NATWA)


Through the lens of her camera, Anita Chang and her collaborators follow the extraordinary prehistoric expansion of the Austronesian-speaking peoples across the Pacific from Taiwan to Hawai'i, and in her journey she provides a sensitive portrait of the impending death or hoped-for rebirth of some of the languages that arose through this monumental 4,000 year old migration, one of the greatest in human history. Much has been written in the professional linguistics literature in recent years about language endangerment, but this film puts that message in powerful visual form, relating it to individual speakers on whom the future of an entire language or culture may depend.

-Robert A. Blust, Linguist, University of Hawaii

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Tickets: $10 adults; $8 students/children/senior. No passes/discounts/vouchers. Buy Tickets

The Joe Show*

October 24th - 30th, 2014 2 Shows Daily

Eight years in the making, The Joe Show is a shocking and wildly entertaining documentary on America's most controversial Sheriff, Joe Arpaio, and his ring-master's approach to modern media, politics and law enforcement. The nature of politics has changed so that in today's world of instant fame, politicians need their time in the spotlight. And Joe loves the spotlight. Response time is compromised for screen time, credibility for celebrity and safety for sound bites. Joe's desire for fame corrupts everything he stands for and the voters cheer as ratings soar. The Joe Show is a feature-length documentary that explores how Joe has used fear, crime and his role as Sheriff to make himself the most famous law enforcement officer in the world. Racism, sex crimes, illegal immigration, first amendment rights and multiple deaths at the hands of his employees are all issues Joe faces and spins. He's famous, he's outrageous, he may be dangerous... and it's all just part of The Joe Show, a tragic comedy of historic significance.

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Tickets: $5.25 matinee; $6.50 evening. No passes/discounts/vouchers. Buy Tickets

Body & Soul: The State of the Jewish Nation*

November 5th & 6th, 2014 7:30pm Q&A following with Gloria Greenfield

This film sets the record straight eloquently and comprehensively. It not only shows the undeniable historical connection between the Jewish People and the Land of Israel, but also succeeds in debunking all of the propaganda, myths and misinformation that have become accepted as truth by so many.

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The Homestretch*

November 14th - 20th, 2014 One show daily at 7:30pm

The Homestretch follows three homeless teens as they fight to stay in school, graduate, and build a future. Each of these smart, ambitious teenagers - Kasey, Anthony and Roque - will surprise, inspire, and challenge audiences to rethink stereotypes of homelessness as they work to complete their education while facing the trauma of being alone and abandoned at an early age. Through haunting images, intimate scenes, and first-person narratives, these teens take us on their journeys of struggle and triumph. As their stories unfold, the film connects us deeply with larger policy issues of juvenile justice, immigration, foster care, and LGBTQIA rights.

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Tickets: $6.50. For groups of 20 or more contact Jackie at for group rates. No passes or discounts. Buy Tickets