Playing for the week of
Friday, April 11th to Thursday, April 17th
Royal Opera House presents "Tosca" rated PG
Sunday April 13th at 3pm and Monday April 14th at 7pm
Autism Friendly screening for
Saturday April 19th is "The Nut Job"
Site last updated
Apr 10th at 12:00pm
Daily at 1:30p 4:10p 7:10p
Animated/Adventure. After her sister the queen (voice of Idina Menzel) loses control of her magic powers, a young princess (voice of Kristen Bell) tries to find and help her sister, with help from some companions (voices of Jonathon Groff, Josh Gad).
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
Daily at 12:45p 4:05p 9:00p
Drama/Biography. Based on the book by Jordan Belfort. A Wall Street stock broker (Leonardo DiCaprio) recounts his life of criminality and excess.
Sexual Content, Substance Abuse
12 YEARS A SLAVE
Daily at 1:10p 3:55p 7:00p 9:40p
Historical Drama. Based on the autobiography by Solomon Northup. In 1841, a free black man from New York state (Chiwetel Ejiofor) is kidnapped and sold into slavery.
Brutal Violence, Disturbing Content
SON OF GOD
Daily at 12:45p 3:40p 6:40p 9:35p
Drama/Biography. A dramatization of the life of Jesus Christ (Diogo Morgado), from his birth through to his death and resurrection.
THE MONUMENTS MEN
Daily at 1:05p 3:50p 6:45p 9:55p
Drama. Based on the book by Robert M. Edsel and Bret Witter. A special unit of American soldiers (George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Bob Balaban) during World War II is assigned the job of finding masterworks of art stolen by the Nazis.
Daily at 1:35p 4:15p 7:15p
Drama. Based on the book 'The Lost Child Of Philomena Lee' by Martin Sixsmith. In Ireland, a journalist (Steve Coogan) looking to write a human interest story assists an elderly woman (Judi Dench) who is seeking the son she was forced to give up for adoption fifty years ago.
Language May Offend
Daily at 10:00p
Action/Comedy. An aspiring police officer (Kevin Hart) tries to convince his girlfriend's hard-boiled detective brother (Ice Cube) that he has what it takes to join the Atlanta police service.
Coarse Language, Violence
THE NUT JOB
Daily at 1:15p 4:00p 6:55p Please Note: No 4:00 show of Nut Job on Sunday April 13
Animated/Comedy. A city-dwelling squirrel (voice of Will Arnett) is at odds with the park-dwelling animals in finding and storing enough food for the winter.
DALLAS BUYERS CLUB
Daily at 12:55p 3:45p 7:05p 9:45p Please Note: the 12:55p Showing on April 15th will have adjusted sound and lighting for the Mommy and Me Movie showing
Drama/Biography. In 1986 Texas, a hard-partying cowboy (Matthew McConaughey) learns that he is HIV positive and is given 30 days to live; he begins smuggling medications into the country and distributing them with the help of fellow patients (Jared Leto).
Daily at 12:50p 3:50p 6:50p 9:40p
Please Note :There will be no 6:50 show of American Hustle on Monday April 14
Drama. In 1970s America, a couple of con artists (Amy Adams, Christian Bale) are forced to work with an FBI Agent (Bradley Cooper) to snare corrupt politicians.
The Desolation of Smaug
Daily at 1:00p 4:35p 8:15p
Fantasy. Based on the novel by J.R.R. Tolkien. Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman), Gandalf (Ian McKellen), and a company of dwarves continue their journey to reclaim the dwarven homeland from a fearsome dragon (Benedict Cumberbatch), battling orcs, elves, and men along the way.
Violence, Frightening Scenes, Not Recommended For Young Children
Daily at 7:30p
Science Fiction/Action. Based on the motion picture 'Robocop' (1987) written by Edward Neumeier & Michael Miner. A critically injured police officer (Joel Kinnaman) is given a second chance when he becomes part robot in an experimental procedure.
Coarse Language, Violence, Not Recommended For Young Children
JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT
Daily at 10:00p
Action. Based on characters created by Tom Clancy. A Russian agent (Kenneth Branagh) seeks to create economic havoc in the United States, and a new American operative (Chris Pine) is tasked with stopping him.
Coarse Language, Violence
Daily at 9:45p
War/Drama. Based on the book by Marcus Luttrell and Patrick Robinson. A dramatization of "Operation Red Wings" in which a small contingent of Navy Seals (Mark Wahlberg, Ben Foster, Taylor Kitsch, Emile Hirsch) becomes engaged in combat with the Taliban in Afghanistan.