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Get Out

A stellar racially charged horror comedy

New This Week

Bitter Harvest

In 1930s Ukraine, young lovers fight Stalin and forced starvation

Collide

A backpacker and drug smugglers clash on a high-speed highway

The Great Wall

Matt Damon protects the Chinese from lizards

Rock Dog

It's a dog … that rocks!

A United Kingdom

A film on love, race, and royalty

First-Run Movies

2017 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animation

Watch and prepare for your Oscar pool

2017 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Documentaries – Program B

Be the most knowledgeable voter at your Oscar party

2017 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Documentaries – Program A

Let the voting begin

2017 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Live Action

Why not form an opinion instead of guessing what will win?

Arrival

Introspective sci-fi drama packs a punch

A Cure for Wellness

Gothic mystery is hard to swallow

Doctor Strange

The Doctor is out, far out

A Dog’s Purpose

Reincarnated dog film is full of cliches

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

A delightful return to the world of Harry Potter

Fences

Denzel Washington scores big in August Wilson's great American play

Fifty Shades Darker

Oh bondage, I'm yours!

Fist Fight

A comedy that revels in low-hanging fruit

Hacksaw Ridge

A pacifist goes to war in Mel Gibson's brutal film

Hidden Figures

True story of NASA's black women mathematicians

I Am Not Your Negro

A stunning doc on the civil rights era

Jackie

A portrait of the First Lady in the aftermath of JFK's assassination

John Wick: Chapter 2

The body count increases exponentially in this new installment

La La Land

This bittersweet musical will make your heart soar

The LEGO Batman Movie

The Dark Knight returns to Legoland

Lion

An orphan's search for his birth mother gets an assist from Google Earth

Live by Night

Ben Affleck directs and stars in this period gangster drama

Manchester by the Sea

Casey Affleck shines in this heartfelt drama

Moana

Set sail for Disney's gorgeous new adventure

Moonlight

There's magic in this Moonlight

Passengers

Bound for a distant planet, two persons awake prematurely

Patriots Day

The hunt for the Boston Marathon bombers

The Red Turtle

Poetic beauty abounds in this animated gem

The Resurrection of Gavin Stone

A former actor finds faith in his hometown

Rings

Japanese horror franchise reboot falls flat

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The Force is strong with this one

Split

Another twisted (and twisty) offering from M. Night Shyamalan

Toni Erdmann

An honest and bizarre take on the parent/child relationship

Trolls

Banal plot mars this toy marketing scheme

Underworld: Blood Wars

Vampires vs. werewolves (again)

Why Him?

What if your child brought home James Franco as your new son-in-law?

  • Arrival Re-release (2016)

    Rated PG-13, 116 min. Directed by Denis Villeneuve. Starring Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner, Forest Whitaker, Michael Stuhlbarg and Mark O’Brien.

    Couldn't get enough of this acclaimed and introspective sci-fi film? Stick around after the credits for some bonus footage and a behind-the-scenes featurette.

    10:10PM Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane, 5701 W. Slaughter, 512/861-7060

  • Sixteen Candles (1984)

    Rated PG, 93 min. Directed by John Hughes. Starring Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, John Cusack, Gedde Watanabe, Justin Henry, Paul Dooley, Michael Schoeffling, Joan Cusack and Jami Gertz.

    Big Screen Classics: In this film, Hughes nails just about every aspect of the teenage experience.

    7PM Moviehouse & Eatery, 8300 N. FM 620, Bldg. B, 512/501-3520

  • Rusalka

    Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD: Kristine Opolais stars in this new production of Dvořák’s fairy tale about a water nymph.

    6:30PM Arbor Cinema @ Great Hills, 9828 Great Hills Trail, 512/231-9742

    6:30PM Metropolitan, 901 Little Texas, 512/447-0101

    6:30PM Cinemark Hill Country Galleria 14, 12812 Hill Country Blvd., 800/326-3264

    6:30PM Cinemark Cedar Park, 1335 E. Whitestone, 800/326-3264

  • La La Land

    La La Land (2016)

    Rated PG-13, 128 min. Directed by Damien Chazelle. Starring Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling, John Legend, Rosemarie DeWitt, J.K. Simmons and Finn Wittrock.

    Open Caption: This bittersweet musical will make your heart soar. Read a full review of La La Land.

    12:40PM, 3:50PM, 6:40PM, 9:50PM Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar, 512/861-7040

  • Hell's Half Acre (1954)

    Not rated, 90 min. Directed by John H. Auer. Starring Wendell Corey, Evelyn Keyes and Elsa Lanchester.

    Tiki Noir! Enjoy purchasing a ceramic Gremlins mug from Mondo as you cypher through this convoluted mystery set in Hawaii.

    7PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

  • Blue Steel

    Blue Steel (1990)

    Rated R, 102 min. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow. Starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Ron Silver and Clancy Brown.

    Weird Wednesday: Jamie Lee Curtis kicks some patriarchal ass in this police procedural from Near Dark director Bigelow. Highly recommended.

    10PM Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, 320 E. Sixth, 512/861-7020

SPACES
  • Rusalka

    Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD: Kristine Opolais stars in this new production of Dvořák’s fairy tale about a water nymph.

    6:30PM Southpark Meadows, Slaughter Lane & I-35

BULLOCK MUSEUM IMAX

1800 Congress, 512/936-4629

  • "Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience" (2016)

    Rated G, 45 min. Directed by Terrence Malick. Narrated by Brad Pitt.

    Terrence Malick's first foray into documentary filmmaking is this decades-in-the-making history of the universe, and it's a visually magnificent achievement that's educational, as well.

  • The LEGO Batman Movie

    The LEGO Batman Movie (2017)

    Rated PG, 104 min. Directed by Chris McKay.

    Everything is Batman in this boisterously entertaining cousin of the awesome The LEGO Movie. Channeling D.C. Comics, Christopher Nolan, and campy Sixties television, The LEGO Batman Movie elevates Emmet Brickowski’s sidekick in the original film to leading masked man in this fun-for-all follow-up that deconstructs the action hero’s brooding vigilante persona, brick-by-brick. It’s as if the Dark Knight somehow mated with the Caped Crusader, spawning a gravel-voiced bro-child (Arnett, brilliantly channeling Christian Bale) with relationship issues of every kind. (To quote the Man in Black, “Batman doesn’t do ’ships.”) The movie also serves as an origin story introducing youthful ward Dick Grayson and spunky police commissioner Barbara Gordon (aka Robin and Batgirl, respectively) to flesh out the cadre of Gotham City crime fighters our loner hero eventually learns to rely upon in the name of teamwork. The future sure looks bright for the LEGO movie franchise. Read a full review of The LEGO Batman Movie.

  • Wild Africa 3-D (2017)

    Not rated, 42 min. Directed by Patrick Morris and Neil Nightingale. Narrated by Helena Bonham Carter.

    Can't afford that African safari? Here's the next best thing.

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