Brooklyn Bridge Park just dropped the list of movies to be screened this summer on their lovely grass hill on the edge of the East River. This is arguably the most exciting lineup in years, with Gothamist favorites Dr. Strangelove, Dazed and Confused, Clue, Friday, High Noon, and the timeless Christmas classic Die Hard all screening on the Harbor View Lawn at Pier 1. Here's the full schedule, brought to you by SyFy:

July 9th
High Noon (1952, PG)
Short: Every Day directed by Gabe Spitzer
DJ Emch Subatomic

July 16th
Sharknado 2: The Second One
Short: A.D. 1363, the End of Chivalry directed by Jake Mahaffy
DJ Ming

July 23rd
Attack the Block (2011, R)
Short *Double Feature*: The Commute by Jake Alexander-McAfee
Pigeon Kings of Brooklyn, directed by Ram Devineni, Ashok Sinha and Martina Sönksen
DJ Geko Jones

July 30th
Clue (1985, PG)
Short: Wackatdoo directed by Benj Arcand
DJ Queen Majesty

August 6th
Friday (1995, R)
Short: Tiger Hood directed by Christopher André Marks
DJ Still Life

August 13th
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964, PG)
Short: Yearbook directed by Bernardo Britto
DJ $mall ¢hange

August 20th
Dazed and Confused (1993, R)
Short: Chronemics directed by Animade
No Wahala DJs

August 27th
Die Hard (1988, R)
Short: Leonard in Slow Motion directed Peter Livolsi
DJ Isis Swaby

Notice any common thread tying these flicks together? They all take place in the course of one 24 hour time period. “Some of my favorite movies take place over the course of a day, so I was very excited when our committee decided on this year’s theme,” stated Hilary Tholen, chair of the Conservancy’s volunteer film committee. “I look forward to seeing if it was Miss Scarlet in the library with the wrench in Clue, witnessing Cold War-era talk in the War Room with Dr. Strangelove and company, listening to some of my favorite actors say some of my favorite lines in Dazed and Confused, and cheering as John McClane tries to save the day in Die Hard, all in my favorite park in New York, with one of the best views in the world.”

Remember to get there early, as the lawn fills to capacity very fast, and to preserve your precious bodily fluids.

Disclosure: Gothamist is a media sponsor of this year's series.