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Fly Me to the Moon

PG-13   132 min.  

Scarlett Johansson is the best thing about this kinda-silly, kinda-sweet space-race rom-com

New Reviews

Bad Newz

NR   140 min.

A pregnant woman tries to determine which of her two suitors is the father

Crumb Catcher

NR   103 min.

A couple's honeymoon gets derailed by a creepy uninvited guest

Dandelion

R   113 min.  

Two musicians tumble into a romance in Badlands country

Humanist Vampire Seeking Consenting Suicidal Person

NR   91 min.  

A Québécois teen grapples with the ethical ramifications of bloodsucking

Indian 2

NR   150 min.

Sequel to 1996 film about an ex-freedom fighter turned anti-corruption vigilante

Last Summer

NR   104 min.  

French filmmaker Catherine Breillat takes on taboo sex (again)

Longlegs

R   101 min.  

Nicolas Cage goes big in this nerve-racking and dour excursion into diabolical terror

National Anthem

R   99 min.  

A queer rodeo is the backdrop to a tremulous burgeoning relationship

Touch

R   121 min.

Romantic Icelandic drama about a man trying to track down his first love after 50 years apart

First-Run Movies

Anyone but You

R   103 min.  

Can opposites attract when they're both just awful?

Bad Boys: Ride or Die

R   110 min.  

Miami’s bad boy police officers embrace getting older

The Bikeriders

R   116 min.  

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

Despicable Me 4

PG   94 min.  

Former supervillain-turned-Anti-Villain-League agent Gru returns

Horizon: An American Saga Chapter 1

R   181 min.

You think that title’s a mouthful? Check out the running time for part one of writer-director-star Kevin Costner’s epic Western.

Inside Out 2

PG   96 min.  

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

Kill

R   105 min.  

An army commando fights a gang of thieves on a way to save his true love from an arranged marriage

Kinds of Kindness

NR   164 min.  

Yorgos Lanthimos follows up Oscar winner Poor Things with a ponderous arthouse anthology film

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

MaXXXine

R   104 min.  

Triumphant third installment in Ti West's cinematic slasher-horror series

The People’s Joker

NR   82 min.  

Trans coming-of-age story filtered through superhero homage

Perfect Days

PG   123 min.  

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

A Quiet Place: Day One

PG-13   99 min.

Spinoff prequel details how those noise-hating monster aliens first came to invade Earth

Robot Dreams

NR   102 min.  

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

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

Thelma

PG-13   98 min.  

A nonagenarian seeks revenge after being scammed

Trolls Band Together

PG   91 min.  

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

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984)

    Spirited Away may have made anime icon Hayao Miyazaki a household name internationally, but he made his first truly great film 17 years earlier with 1984’s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. Influenced by the European and American fantasy epic writers he so admired like J.R.R. Tolkien and Ursula K. Le Guin, Miyazaki formed a world millennia past environmental collapse, where humans are dwarfed by giant insects and living in harmony with nature has become a perilous endeavor. Spectacle and heart meld in this true landmark of Japanese cinema. If you only ever saw the horrifically dubbed and butchered Warriors of the Wind cut as a kid, here’s a chance to walk among its rippling fields of gold the way Miyazaki meant. – Richard Whittaker
    Mon., July 15, 6:40pm
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    Special Screenings

    We <3 Keanu: Bram Stoker’s Dracula/The Bad Batch

    Yes, we all love Keanu. The astonishing juxtaposition of raw charm, talent, approachability, warmth, and playing a guy who kills endless Eurotrash gangsters because they killed his dog (totally justified). So test that love with two of his … well, most challenging performances. Francis Ford Coppola crafted one of the most sumptuous and gorgeous Gothic horrors in cinema history, but oh no: Keanu’s accent. As for The Bad Batch, well, let’s just say co-star Jim Carrey had the right idea by being completely unrecognizable under pounds of prosthetics. But we still love Keanu, OK? – Richard Whittaker
    Mon., July 15

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