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John Wick: Chapter 4

R   169 min.  

Can the killer franchise give its dog-loving hero the ending he deserves?

New Reviews

A Good Person

R   125 min.  

Unsubtle tale of addiction and redemption raised up by great performances

The Lost King

PG-13   109 min.  

The charming, unlikely, and mostly true tale of the hunt for Richard III

One Fine Morning

R   112 min.  

An intimate depiction of the weight of dementia on careers


NR   105 min.  

Tale of a French bike gang gets revved up by a vibrant performance

Shazam! Fury of the Gods

PG-13   130 min.  

The lackluster return of the DCEU kid in a hero's body

First-Run Movies

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

PG-13   125 min.  

Marvel gets tiny, weird, and wonderful again

Avatar: The Way of Water

PG-13   192 min.  

James Cameron goes deep, emotionally and aquatically, in his sci-fi epic


PG-13   124 min.  

Bobby Farrelly's sports comedy's only offense is being offensively agreeable

Cocaine Bear

R   95 min.  

The ursine Dr. Rockzo goes on a bloody comedic bender

Creed III

R   116 min.  

Jordan and Majors hit hard in this first post-Stallone Rocky flick

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – To the Swordsmith Village

R   100 min.  

Bolting episodes of the anime smash together does not a movie make


R   105 min.  

High-concept art heist flick is an arthouse dud

Jesus Revolution

PG-13   120 min.  

Tedious retelling of the era of the Jesus freaks preaches to the choir

Moving On

NR   84 min.  

Misguided rape-revenge dramedy depends on Tomlin and Fonda's charm

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

PG   100 min.  

Banderas is back in the boots in this superior Shrek spin-off

Scream VI

R   2023 min.  

The meta-horror franchise gets less meta, more brutal


PG-13   93 min.  

Adam Driver takes on dinosaurs as a space traveler in the wrong era

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    SOLD OUT: Paul Newman's West Presented by Ethan Hawke

    Ethan Hawke, whose recent HBO documentary series project The Last Movie Stars follows the life and work of actors and married couple Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, presents a tour through Newman’s Westerns. Hawke introduces each screening, and post-screening audience discussions are offered at screenings of Hombre and The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Also playing: The Left Handed Gun, Hud, and Buffalo Bill and the Indians.
    March 24-26 

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