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Inside Out 2

PG   96 min.  

The inner life of now-teenager Riley gets complicated when Anxiety takes a turn at the wheel

New Reviews

I Used to Be Funny

NR   105 min.

A stand-up comedian struggles with PTSD in this Canadian dramedy

In Our Day

NR   84 min.

Acclaimed filmmaker Hong Sang-soo turns his keen observational eye on an actress and an artist in South Korea

Kidnapped: The Abduction of Edgardo Mortara

NR   135 min.

Based on a true case, a 6-year-old is ripped from his Jewish parents in 1858 Bologna and placed in the custody of the Catholic church

Robot Dreams

NR   102 min.  

Dog and Robot find companionship in this lovely and touching Oscar-nominated animated film


R   112 min.

A Holocaust survivor and his daughter go on a road trip to 1990s Poland


R   111 min.  

Death manifest as a macaw attends a terminally ill young woman and her mother

Welad Rizk 3

NR   120 min.

Arabic action film about a group of brothers pulled back into the criminal underworld

First-Run Movies


R   104 min.  

Female friendship, pregnant bodies go under the microscope in hilarious Babes

Bad Boys: Ride or Die

R   110 min.  

Miami’s bad boy police officers embrace getting older


R   131 min.  

Luca Guadagnino’s silly romance may turn you off sex and tennis both

Civil War

R   109 min.  

Stunning near-future drama about combat journalists


R   100 min.

Writer Tony Spiridakis channeled his experiences as father to a son with autism in this family drama

The Fall Guy

PG-13   125 min.  

Funny and fleet, this rom-com/actioner pays tribute to stuntpeople

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

R   148 min.  

The story is lacking but the spectacle is stupendous

The Garfield Movie

PG   101 min.  

Jim Davis’ comic strip gets an animated reboot with Chris Pratt voicing the iconic cat

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

PG-13   115 min.

The two iconic kaiju team up in this sequel

HAIKYU!! The Dumpster Battle

NR   85 min.

Two rival high schools face off on the volleyball court

Handling the Undead

NR   99 min.  

The newly dead are mysteriously resurrected in this Oslo-based arthouse horror

Hit Man

R   115 min.  

Glen Powell co-wrote this real-life wild tale of a professor who goes undercover as a fake hitman

I Saw the TV Glow

PG-13   100 min.  

Probes the mystery behind an Are You Afraid of the Dark?-like children’s show


PG   104 min.

A little girl discovers she can see other people’s imaginary friends

In a Violent Nature

R   94 min.  

An undead monster is revived and seeks revenge of a group of teens

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

PG-13   145 min.  

A young ape dares to question if maybe humans aren't the enemy after all


R   111 min.

Richard Gere plays a man pulled into a mystery surrounding the son he never knew he had

Perfect Days

PG   123 min.  

A toilet cleaner in Tokyo quietly goes about his days in this stirring Oscar nominated picture


PG-13   100 min.

Real-life inspirational story about a Chinese immigrant who becomes a world-renowned eye surgeon

The Strangers: Chapter 1

R   91 min.

The creepy-people-in-creepy-masks home invasion horror gets rebooted by Renny Harlin

Summer Camp

Lifelong friends reconnect at their summer camp reunion in this seniors comedy


PG-13   92 min.

A cursed tarot deck takes revenge on a group of friends

The Watchers

PG-13   102 min.

Dakota Fanning stars as an artist who becomes trapped in an Irish forest and is preyed upon by mysterious creatures


NR   103 min.  

Ethan Hawke directs daughter Maya as Flannery O’Connor in an imaginative exploration of the artistic process and faith in crisis

Young Woman and the Sea

PG   100 min.

Daisy Ridley plays Trudy Ederle, the first woman to swim across the English Channel.

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Pandora's Box (1928)

    In the Greek legend of Pandora, all the ills of the world were unleashed when she opened her forbidden jar, and all that was left was that most precious and fragile of forces – hope. That’s sort of the story of Pandora’s Box. Reviled and censored on release, film fans and historians long hoped that it would be restored and reevaluated. Now the tale of Lulu, a libertine, and her sexual exploits across a repressive Europe, is seen as a masterpiece of Weimar cinema, most especially in the tension between Georg Wilhelm Pabst’s post-expressionistic directorial style and an eternally captivating and haunting performance from Louise Brooks, the American star who beat out Marlene Dietrich for the part. – Richard Whittaker
    Thu., June 13, 4:30
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    Arts & Culture

    Watermelon Woman + Irma Vep

    Celebrate sapphic season with one of the best-programmed double features from Paramount’s Summer Classic Film Series. The Watermelon Woman, a wry, cerebral romp from pioneering Black lesbian filmmaker Cheryl Dunye, follows Dunye as an indie filmmaker on a quest to biographize a Black actress from the 1930s and Forties who made a career playing “mammy” characters. Outside of that arc, Dunye dates an insufferable white lady she meets at her video store day job; racial politics and funny hijinks abound. Next up is Irma Vep, Olivier Assayas’ ode to the magnetism of Maggie Cheung, who plays a Hong Kong action star on a melodramatic movie set. If you’re into “blasts of silent cinema, martial arts flicks, and the music of Sonic Youth and Ali Farka Touré” – or Nineties Maggie Cheung – treat yourself to a “hallucinatory swirl of postmodern cool,” as the Paramount puts it. All in all, a crazysexycool time at the mooovies. – Lina Fisher
    Thu., June 13 
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Movies in the Park: Jaws (1975)

    Maybe you’ve been to a screening of Jaws on the lake, where divers swim under the water ready to give floaters a “bite”? This screening put on by the Austin Parks Foundation and the Museum of Ice Cream is bound to be just as cool but a little less scary, held at Austin’s oldest public pool instead of a murky lake. Cornucopia will bring 100 bags of free popcorn, and the film will begin at dusk. – Kat McNevins
    Thu., June 13
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    Arts & Culture

    Pride Month Movie Series

    Catch a gay flick within the cute confines of Downtown brunch spot Irene’s: The Birdcage (June 6), Bottoms (June 13), But I’m a Cheerleader (June 20), and To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (June 27).
    Thursdays in June 

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