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The Bikeriders

R   116 min.  

Jeff Nichols finds poignancy in the rise and fall of a motorcycle gang

New Reviews

The Exorcism

R   93 min.  

A troubled actor begins to unravel while shooting a supernatural horror


R   115 min.  

A construction worker is drawn into a production of Romeo and Juliet

I Am: Celine Dion

PG   102 min.

Behind-the-scenes look at the Canadian superstar and her experience with stiff-person syndrome

Sound of Hope: The Story of Possum Trot

PG-13   135 min.

Inspirational story about a community that rallies to find homes for foster children


PG-13   98 min.  

A nonagenarian seeks revenge after being scammed

First-Run Movies

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


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

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

I Used to Be Funny

NR   105 min.

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


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

Inside Out 2

PG   96 min.  

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

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


PG   91 min.  

Minions studio wreaks havoc and fun with a family of ducks

Perfect Days

PG   123 min.  

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

Robot Dreams

NR   102 min.  

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

Trolls Band Together

PG   91 min.  

Boy band antics with the big-haired, big-voiced toys


R   111 min.  

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

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

Welad Rizk 3

NR   120 min.

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

Special Screenings
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Ghost in the Shell 2 (Innocence) (2004)

    I don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings, but if you had anything remotely nice to say about the ScarJo adaptation of Ghost in the Shell (which I refuse to call anything other than “White Savior Complex”), we probably aren’t going to be friends. Alamo Mueller is doing everyone and their mom a favor screening the sequel to the cult classic original anime film that forces us to confront the moral quandary of forcing humanoid beings to do our dirty work, then dispose of them when they become obsolete to their human makers. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the trope has been done and redone in almost every form of popular media, and it all started with a Japanese animation from 1995. – Cy White Read a full review of Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence.
    June 24-25
  • Qmmunity

    Arts & Culture

    Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990)

    One of my stances – there are many – is that there should be no boring movies, ever. You can say a lot about Pedro Almodóvar’s controversial romance, which features Antonio Banderas as a lovesick kidnapper freshly released from his inpatient psychiatric stay and Victoria Abril as his film star object of affection, but you can never say it’s boring. Bold colors, a thought-provoking gender dynamic, and a BDSM miasma fogging up the lens: As his follow-up to Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Almodóvar chose a real queer-ass straight movie to make. Catch this Queer Film Theory 101 screening for June, or forever wonder what might have been. – James Scott
    June 24-25 

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