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PG-13   105 min.  

A tear-jerking look inside the fragile friendships of teenage boys

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80 for Brady

PG-13   98 min.

Four legends of cinema take a road trip to Super Bowl LI

The Amazing Maurice

PG   93 min.  

Can this tale of magical rodents beat the Pratchett adaptation curse?

Baby Ruby

NR   89 min.

Motherhood is a nightmare in this dark drama that dips into horror

Deemo: Memorial Keys

NR   89 min.

Anime fairytale of two lost souls bonded by cherry blossom and music

Knock at the Cabin

R   100 min.  

M. Night Shayamalan takes on the end of the world

She Is Love

NR   82 min.  

Dry love-triangle comedy sacrifices honesty for hollow style

Sword Art Online the Movie: Progressive – Scherzo of Deep Night

NR   101 min.  

MMORPG anime puts the grind into dungeon grinding

To Leslie

R   119 min.

Andrea Riseborough's Oscar-nominated turn as a West Texas woman who wastes a windfall

First-Run Movies

All Quiet on the Western Front

R   148 min.  

Shocking, graphic, and mournful adaption of the World War I epic

Avatar: The Way of Water

PG-13   192 min.  

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


R   188 min.  

Star-studded, bittersweet love letter to the golden age of Hollywood is cinema maximus

The Banshees of Inisherin

R   114 min.  

The In Bruges team reunites for a genius tale of friendship gone awry

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

PG-13   161 min.  

Marvel's Afrofuturist paradise goes to war with the world


R   129 min.  

Kore-eda exports his themes of family to Korea


NR   88 min.  

The tale of a donkey seeking freedom is touching and tragic

The Fabelmans

PG-13   151 min.  

Steven Spielberg presents his own origin story


R   85 min.  

Pandemic horror is overshadowed by better films about fear

House Party

R   100 min.

Reboot of the beloved Nineties comedy series

Infinity Pool

R   118 min.  

Body doubles take on a new, sick meaning in this next gen Cronenberg horror

Left Behind: Rise of the Antichrist

PG-13   120 min.

Can the rapture just hurry up so we can be done with these films?


PG-13   102 min.  

Bill Nighy explores the inner desperation of a very proper Englishman


PG-13   101 min.  

A yassified Chucky for the iPad Kid generation

A Man Called Otto

PG-13   126 min.  

Tom Hanks' "grumpy old man" phase stumbles with this discordant comedy about death

Maybe I Do

PG-13   95 min.

Intergenerational sex comedy where secrets derail a family meeting


R   106 min.  

Screen life thriller Searching sequel is fun if preposterous


NR   146 min.

India's favorite anti-hero, SRK, as a hard-hitting spy


R   107 min.  

Gerard Butler ages surprisingly well into elder action hero status

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

PG   100 min.  

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


PG-13   130 min.  

Oddly glossy version of the quest for justice for Emmett Till


R   157 min.  

Cate Blanchett proves herself a maestro in this furious and brilliant musical drama

Triangle of Sadness

R   149 min.  

Ruben Östlund's newest Cannes' award-winning social satire falls flat

Turn Every Page – The Adventures of Robert Caro and Robert Gottlieb

PG   112 min.  

The 50-year relationship between a legendary writer and his editor

Waltair Veerayya

NR   160 min.

Telugu maritime thrill ride as a smuggler and a cop go to war

The Wandering Earth II

NR   173 min.  

China's sci-fi apocalypse blockbuster gets an equally massive prequel

The Whale

R   117 min.  

Brendan Fraser anchors Aronofsky's meditation on faith and fatness

The Woman King

PG-13   134 min.  

Historical epic of the legendary women warriors who inspired the Dora Milaje

Women Talking

PG-13   104 min.  

Sarah Polley finds stunning drama in one simple night of conversations in a barn

Special Screenings
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    "We Left the Camp Singing" (2022)

    Austin Jewish Film Festival presents a special event in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day (Jan. 27), with a screening of an educational doc highlighting music in Czechoslovakia's Theresienstadt ghetto-camp and exclusive interviews with Holocaust survivors. Screening preceded by 8-minute short “The Record” and followed by a live-over-Zoom Q&A with director/producer Sofia Tapinassi.
    In person: Thu., Jan. 26, 7:30pm; available online Jan. 27-Feb. 6. Free; registration required. 
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Miracle Mile (1988)

    Hyperreal Hotel: The apocalyptic thriller about an impending nuclear holocaust screens with a local short film.
    Mon., Feb. 6, 8pm 

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