Show information for the week of April 13 - 19

Family Matinees Saturday & Sunday

 

Paddington 2


Matinees Saturday & Sunday

11:15am


Rated: 

Genre:  Family

Running Time: 104 min.

Director: Paul King


Paddington, a bear from Peru who now lives in London with the Brown family, is living a happy life. However, things go very wrong when a new neighbor's self-centeredness and criminal ways wind up with Paddington behind bars.

The films starts with Paddington wanting to get his Aunt Lucy (Imelda Staunton) in Peru a very special gift for her fast-approaching 100th birthday. He spots a rare, beautifully detailed pop-up book of London at the local antique shop and takes on a variety of odd jobs, inclucing window washing and cutting hair in a barbershop, in order to earn enough money to buy the book and send it to her.

Unfortunately, Paddington’s new neighbor, has-been stage actor Phoenix Buchanan (Hugh Grant), also wants the book, because he believes if he has it in his possession, he can find a secret treasure. He steals the book, but frames Paddington, who is arrested and taken to prison, where he makes friends with the guards and his fellow inmates, because, as Henry says, "Paddington looks for the good in all of us, and somehow he finds it.”

 

Tomb Raider


Matinees Saturday & Sunday

1:00pm


Rated: 

Genre:  Action/Adventure

Running Time: 118 min.

Director: Roar Uthaug


Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) works as a bicycle courier on the streets of London, while keeping herself physically fit at a boxing gym. Although she struggles to pay her gym fees, Lara is actually incredibly wealthy. However, because her father, Lord Richard Croft(Dominic West), has gone missing on a quest, she doesn't want to sign the papers that would declare him legally dead, even though it would gain her access to a lot of money.

When she's pushed to sign the papers to his global empire, Lara discovers a clue in a puzzle and sets off to find her father on the dangerous island where he disappeared. With the help of Lu Ren (Daniel Wu), whose father also went missing seven years earlier, Lara travels to the island, located just off the coast of Japan, which holds the ancient tomb of Queen Himiko.

 

Peter Rabbit


Matinees Saturday & Sunday

3:15pm


Rated:

Genre:  Animation, Family

Running Time: 93min.

Director: Will Gluck


Mischievous bunny Peter (James Corden) and his sisters Flopsy (Margot Robbie), Mopsy (Elizabeth Debicki) and Cotton-tail (Daisy Ridley) have one goal in life — to get past mean old Mr. McGregor (Sam Neill) and help themselves to his garden, the one they believe is theirs because it's built on land their ancestors have inhabited for years. Luckily, not everyone is like Mr. McGregor — his next door neighbor, Bea (Rose Byrne), loves the bunnies and even lets them inside her house when it rains. 

When Mr. McGregor passes away, he leaves the house to his nephew, Tom (Domhnall Gleeson), who loves his job at Harrods in London. However, he decides to travel to the country for a short time to get the house ready in order to sell it. When Tom meets Bea, they develop a mutual attraction, but Peter doesn't approve, because this new Mr. McGregor is, in his eyes, as mean as the old one.

 

Paul, Apostle of Christ


Nightly Except Monday, Wednesday & Thursday for special events

5:00pm


Rated: 

Genre:  Drama

Running Time: 107min.

Director: Andrew Hyatt


The story of Paul (James Faulkner), who was converted to Christianity while traveling on the road from Jerusalem to Damascus on a mission to persecute and arrest Christians, when the resurrected Jesus appeared to him and he was struck blind for three days.

When Paul is captured by Roman Emperor Nero, who wants to get rid of all Christians, he's held in the dark, bleak Mamertine prison in Rome, where he's endlessly tortured. His friend Luke (Jim Caviezel) risks his life to venture into Rome to visit Paul, who has been sentenced to death.

 

I Can Only Imagine


Nightly Except Monday, Wednesday & Thursday for special events

7:00pm


Rated: 

Genre:  Drama, Family

Running Time: 110 min.

Director: The Erwin Brothers


When Bart Millard (Brody Rose) was 11, his mother left him with his gruff, angry father (Dennis Quaid). As he grows up, the boy listens to Christian music for inspiration and eventually puts his feelings into his own music, as he discovers that he has a special talent.

However, his father is less than supportive, calling Bart's music a "stupid dream" and telling him he's going nowhere. With nothing tying him down, Bart (J. Michael Finley) decides to leave town. He puts all his pain regarding his father into his songs and enjoys incredible success, especially when he writes the hit song I Can Only Imagine.

 

Tomb Raider


Nightly Except Monday, Wednesday & Thursday for special events

9:00pm


Rated: 

Genre:  Action/Adventure

Running Time: 118 min.

Director: Roar Uthaug


Lara Croft (Alicia Vikander) works as a bicycle courier on the streets of London, while keeping herself physically fit at a boxing gym. Although she struggles to pay her gym fees, Lara is actually incredibly wealthy. However, because her father, Lord Richard Croft(Dominic West), has gone missing on a quest, she doesn't want to sign the papers that would declare him legally dead, even though it would gain her access to a lot of money.

When she's pushed to sign the papers to his global empire, Lara discovers a clue in a puzzle and sets off to find her father on the dangerous island where he disappeared. With the help of Lu Ren (Daniel Wu), whose father also went missing seven years earlier, Lara travels to the island, located just off the coast of Japan, which holds the ancient tomb of Queen Himiko.

 

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