This Thursday brings 1950's Oscar-winning classic All About Eve, starring Bette Davis as an aging Broadway star whose biggest fan, played by Anne Baxter, becomes her biggest rival. The writing, performances, direction are all just about perfect -- it's one of those films where everything clicks (and continues to click more than 50 years later). Davis is wonderful, but this is an ensemble piece, and she steps back when necessary. Truly, it's Thelma Ritter and George Sanders who steal the film with their catty comments and wisecracks, but it's Celeste Holm you'll want to watch. Her performance is warm, nuanced and grounds the film in a strong humanity. Watch for Marilyn Monroe in her screen debut. The screenplay has produced some of the most famous lines of all time, including the unforgettable, "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night." All films are screened with food and drinks to add to the festivities. Thursday night, August 5, at 8 p.m. Atlas Performing Arts Center's Sprenger Theatre, 1333 H St. NE. Tickets are $6 each. Call 202-399-7993 or visit atlasarts.org for a full schedule.