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Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?

NR   90 min.  

A true-crime family mystery indicts decades of racial violence.

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The China Hustle

R   82 min.  

The next global economic meltdown, in terrifying detail.

The Endless

NR   112 min.  

Sibling banter and cosmic terror means observational comedy horror.

Final Portrait

R   90 min.  

High art in Paris with Armie Hammer and Geoffrey Rush.

I Feel Pretty

PG-13   110 min.  

Amy Schumer looks for laughs in body image comedy.

Lean on Pete

R   121 min.  

Equine tale is a lot deeper than the cheesy subject suggests.


NR   97 min.  

Sleaze, violence, and a weirdly nuanced take on race relations.

Super Troopers 2

R   100 min.

Vermont's finest return, and this time they're Canadian.


R   96 min.

Racist bikers versus the modern, diverse middle class.

First-Run Movies


R   120 min.  

Alex Garland's SF mystery is weird for weirdness' sake.


R   109 min.  

John Hamm sweats stylishly in gritty, grim spy thriller.

Black Panther

PG-13   134 min.  

High drama and high action as Marvel gives Wakanda life.


R   102 min.  

Butt-chugging gags can't hide Blockers' big heart.

Blumhouse's Truth or Dare

PG-13   100 min.  

Truth or dare? We say pass on this demonic schlock.

Borg vs McEnroe

R   108 min.  

Tennis' greatest feud re-evaluated as an inner battle.


PG-13   101 min.  

The car crash that changed America.


PG   109 min.  

A moving and colorful addition to the Pixar filmography

The Death of Stalin

R   107 min.  

Russia's political upheaval rewritten as dark farce.

Death Wish

R   107 min.  

Bruce Willis picks up where Charles Bronson left off.

Early Man

PG   89 min.  

Aardman's prehistoric animation has some evolving to do.


PG   106 min.  

A beloved children's book gets a mediocre screen adaptation

Fifty Shades Freed

R   105 min.  

Mr. and Mrs. Grey break out the whips one last time

Finding Your Feet

PG-13   111 min.  

Upper class British rom-com plays for laughs.

Forever My Girl

PG   104 min.  

Nashville corporate country goes home in this sudsy snoozefest


R   114 min.  

Israeli drama brings offbeat levity to anti-war narrative.

Game Night

R   100 min.  

Monopoly was never this brutal before this crime-com.


R   93 min.  

Noir murder mystery for the selfie generation.

The Greatest Showman

PG   105 min.  

Don't be fooled by this whitewashed version of the great huckster

I Can Only Imagine

PG-13   118 min.

MercyMe's hit song gets its own biopic.

I, Tonya

R   119 min.  

Belated biopic redress for America's skating punchline

Isle of Dogs

PG-13   101 min.  

Wes Anderson's stop motion wonder is a tail-wagger.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

PG-13   119 min.  

High adventure and fun times in an unexpectedly entertaining sequel

Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy

PG   98 min.  

The enigmatic British environmental artist in the wild.

The Leisure Seeker

R   112 min.  

Mirren and Sutherland reunite for a painful road trip.

Love, Simon

PG-13   109 min.  

Coming-out story remembers the romance.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure

PG-13   142 min.  

YA dystopian trilogy finally comes to a close

The Miracle Season

PG   90 min.

Friday Night Lights for the volleyball scene.

Oh Lucy!

NR   96 min.  

Japanese/U.S. identity comedy.

Pacific Rim Uprising

PG-13   111 min.  

Robots vs. monsters sequel is pure scrap.

Paul, Apostle of Christ

PG-13   108 min.

Biopic of the Apostle.

Peter Rabbit

PG   93 min.  

Beatrix Potter's amiable bunny gets a CGI makeover.

A Quiet Place

PG-13   90 min.  

As monsters lurk, the world survives with a whisper.


PG-13   107 min.  

The Rock! The ape! The lizard! The ... flying wolf?

Ready Player One

PG-13   140 min.  

Video gaming and Eighties culture gets the Spielberg treatment.

Red Sparrow

R   139 min.  

Erotic spy thriller is Fifty Shades of Gorky Park.

Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero

PG   85 min.  

Charming, old-fashioned true story of one brave pupper.

Sherlock Gnomes

PG   86 min.  

Gnomeo and Juliet sequel heads to London. For reasons.

The Strangers: Prey at Night

R   85 min.  

Home invasion classic becomes a franchise.

Sweet Country

R   113 min.  

The modern Western goes to Northern Australia.


NR   90 min.  

America's class system goes under a bloody scalpel.

Tyler Perry's Acrimony

R   120 min.  

Tyler Perry takes on the "woman scorned" trope.


R   97 min.  

Steven Soderbergh's big-budget iPhone thrill ride.


PG-13   99 min.  

Helen Mirren fights off ghosts with construction tools.

A Wrinkle in Time

PG   109 min.  

Ava DuVernay's adaptation of the children's classic rarely soars.

You Were Never Really Here

R   90 min.  

Joaquin Phoenix and Lynne Ramsay renew the revenger's tragedy.

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Indie Meme Film Festival

    If you're looking to enrich your film palette this spring then check out the third annual Indie Meme Film Festival. The festival seeks to promote socially relevant films from South Asia and to bring about discussion in a civil forum. There will be panels, discussions, and films as well as some parties during the opening and closing of the festival.
    Thu.-Sun., April 19-22 

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