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Hit Man

R   115 min.  

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

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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

HAIKYU!! The Dumpster Battle

NR   85 min.

Two rival high schools face off on the volleyball court


PG-13   100 min.

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

First-Run Movies


R   104 min.  

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

Back to Black

R   122 min.  

Amy Winehouse biopic gives you all the details you’ll recognize from the singer’s tragically short life – but not much beyond that


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

Dune: Part Two

PG-13   166 min.  

Frank Herbert’s galaxy-spanning narrative continues

Evil Does Not Exist

NR   106 min.  

A glamping development threatens a small mountain village in Ryûsuke Hamaguchi’s follow-up to Drive My Car

The Fall Guy

PG-13   125 min.  

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

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire

PG-13   115 min.  

Fourth film heads home to the Big Apple, baby

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

PG-13   115 min.

The two iconic kaiju team up in this sequel

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

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

Kung Fu Panda 4

PG   94 min.  

The titular Dragon Warrior searches for his replacement

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

R   120 min.  

A commando unit takes on the Nazis in this hyperviolent Guy Ritchie action-comedy

Perfect Days

PG   123 min.  

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

The Strangers: Chapter 1

R   91 min.

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


PG-13   92 min.

A cursed tarot deck takes revenge on a group of friends

Unsung Hero

PG   112 min.

Faith-based film is based on Joel Smallbone’s family’s real-life ascent as Christian recording artists

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Goblin Live: Dawn of the Dead (1978)

    Austin is the reason that the mighty Goblin started touring the U.S. It was the late Corey Mitchell, founder of the Housecore Horror Film Festival, who first lured the band who scored so many Italian horror classics to cross the Atlantic. Now multitudinous iterations of the masters of gore are fixtures in theatres and cinemas. This time, founding keyboardist Claudio Simonetti brings his version of the soundtrack sorcerers to perform one of their greatest works at a special 45th anniversary screening of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead. – Richard Whittaker
    Mon., May 27
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    Special Screenings

    God’s Step Children (1938)

    Oscar Micheaux pioneered fighting against mainstream movie-making, shaking up early 20th-century narratives by showing Black life, with Black people, on the celluloid screen. His second picture even directly countered Birth of a Nation. It’s fair to say Micheaux was fearless and dedicated to his vocation. Pay homage to the first major African American feature filmmaker at AFS with this newly restored version of God’s Step Children. Presented as part of their Essential Cinema special programming, Micheaux’s film tackles colorism and interpersonal drama. It’s a tragic tale of abandoned children, fruitless longing, and high stakes. – Cat McCarrey
    Mon., May 27

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