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Brad's Status

R   101 min.  

Ben Stiller shines in this character study

New Reviews

American Assassin

R   111 min.  

The bestselling series hits the screen

California Typewriter

NR   103 min.  

An ode to the analog

Elizabeth Blue

PG-13   95 min.

Friend Request

R   92 min.


NR   94 min.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

R   141 min.  

The bloody spy series returns

Last Rampage

NR   93 min.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie

PG   101 min.  

The LEGO law of diminishing returns


R   121 min.  

Jennifer Lawrence on the brink of madness


R   116 min.


NR   108 min.  

Doc on big game hunters and conservation

First-Run Movies

All Saints

PG   108 min.  

Planting seeds to save a church

Annabelle: Creation

R   109 min.  

The scary doll from The Conjuring is back (again)

Atomic Blonde

R   115 min.  

Spies duke it out in Cold War-era Berlin

Baby Driver

R   113 min.  

A heist goes wrong for a music-loving getaway driver

Beach Rats

R   95 min.  

A moody take on the Jersey Shore

The Big Sick

R   119 min.  

The rom-com is dead! Long live the rom-com!

Birth of the Dragon

PG-13   103 min.  

Bruce Lee: the early years

Cars 3

G   109 min.  

Third times not a charm for this franchise


NR   100 min.  

A gorgeous and resonant tale of two loners

Crown Heights

R   94 min.  

Another reminder of racial inequality in the American prison system

The Dark Tower

PG-13   95 min.  

Roland the Gunslinger hits the big screen

Despicable Me 3

PG   90 min.  

Animated franchise confirms the law of diminishing returns

Do It Like an Hombre

R   109 min.

My best friend is gay


PG-13   106 min.  

A harrowing new World War II classic

The Emoji Movie

PG   86 min.  

What a time to be alive (in a smartphone)

Girls Trip

R   122 min.  

A raunchy and empowering time in New Orleans

The Glass Castle

PG-13   127 min.  

Jeanette Walls' beloved memoir hits the big screen

Good Time

R   100 min.  

A crime caper goes horribly movie

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

R   118 min.  

I will always love you

Home Again

PG-13   97 min.  

a lifestyle comedy with a soupçon of pain

Ingrid Goes West

R   97 min.  

Hashtag: #thisisyourlife


R   135 min.  

This Stephen King adaptation floats with the best of them


R   90 min.

A Western surprisingly concerning revenge

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

PG-13   126 min.  

The Once and Future King gets a reboot


PG   89 min.  

An orphan has ballet-dancing dreams


NR   83 min.  

Logan Lucky

R   119 min.  

A different kind of heist film from the Ocean's 11 director

Marjorie Prime

NR   98 min.  


PG   82 min.  

In an Orthodox Jewish community, a father struggles to retain custody of his son

The Midwife

NR   117 min.  

Two screen legends deliver in a mildly sappy drama


R   90 min.

The perils of people trapped in an elevator during the titular terrorist attack

The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature

PG   91 min.  

The animated gang return to save their park from an evil mayor

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

PG-13   129 min.  

The next installment of this franchise that no one asked for

Rebel in the Rye

PG-13   106 min.  

The early life of J.D. Salinger is explored


NR   84 min.

Do you even Ryde, bro?

Spider-Man: Homecoming

PG-13   133 min.  

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back (again)

Tulip Fever

R   107 min.  

Intrigue blossoms in 17th century Amsterdam

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

PG-13   137 min.  

Luc Besson's latest is a kaleidoscopic mess

War for the Planet of the Apes

PG-13   140 min.  

The capstone of the Apes reboot sticks the landing

Wind River

R   107 min.  

Crime and punishment on a Wyoming reservation

Wonder Woman

PG-13   141 min.  

The origin story of Diana, princess of the Amazons

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Fantastic Fest 2017

    One of North America's most premier and popular genre festivals, FF is devoted to horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action, and just plain fantastic movies from all around the world. While some of the premieres may be hard to attend, there are often single tickets available in the latter half of the fest. See "The Show Must Go On," p.XX for our preview.
    Sept. 21-28 
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    Special Screenings

    Hump! Film Fest

    A traveling festival that celebrates sexuality of all kinds, and curated by syndicated sex columnist Dan Savage, this is porn for the people, made by the people.
    Thu.-Sat., Sept. 21-23