A Simple Favor

14A, Thriller, 117 min

Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) is a blogger in a small town who happens to be a single mother. Her best friend, stylish and sophisticated executive Emily (Blake Lively), goes missing shortly after asking Stephanie for a favor. Emily's husband Sean (Henry Golding) has no idea where she is. Stephanie writes about the disappearance, asking her readers for help, and put fliers up all over town. 

As she looks into what happened, Stephanie begins to realize she really didn't know Emily very well at all. 

Based on the novel of the same name by Darcey Bell.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:40 9:55

BlacKkKlansman

18A, Comedy, 135 min

In the early 1970s, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) becomes the Colorado Springs police department’s first black police officer. When he spots an ad asking people to call the Ku Klux Klan for more information, he dials and reaches David Duke, the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. He tells Duke he hates Blacks, Jews, Mexicans, Italians, Irish and Chinese. And anyone else who doesn't have pure white Aryan blood running through their veins.

Through his contact with Duke, Ron discovers that the Ku Klux Klan is planning an attack. He gets Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver), a white officer, to play him in order to meet face to face with Duke and his fellow Klan members.

Flip asks the members of the Klan what they're planning, but his questions raise suspicions and they make him take a "Jew lie detector" test. Nonetheless, the Klan allows no less than three undercover cops to join their den, as Stallworth and his fellow cops hilariously disprove all their delusions of white superiority.

Based on the autobiography Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:55 10:00

Colette

Drama, 111 min

Country girl Gabrielle (Keira Knightley) marries an author, known simply as "Willy" (Dominic West). Willy is famous for his writing, but as Gabrielle soon learns, he puts his name on other people's work. When he asks Gabrielle to write novels to be published under his name, she dutifully writes a book called Claudine a l'ecole, based her school days. It becomes an instant success, flying off the shelves like no other book attributed to her husband. The novel is so popular that it spawns a number of products.

However, as her husband gets all the glory, Gabrielle, who has changed her name to Colette, slowly comes to the realization that this doesn't sit well with her. Willy demands that she write more Claudine novels, and she does, to please him and more importantly, to make money to pay for Willy's lavish lifestyle, which includes constant gambling and whoring. Finally tired of Willy's demands and philandering, Colette discovers she is attracted to women and has affairs of her own.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00 10:00

Crazy Rich Asians

PG, Comedy, 120 min

Rachel Chu (Constance Wu), an American-born Chinese economics professor who lives in New York, has been dating her boyfriend Nick Young (Henry Golding) for over a year when he invites her on a trip to his home country of Singapore to attend his friend Colin's wedding and meet his family. On the trip, when they're booked into first class on the plane, Rachel soon finds out Nick comes from a very wealthy family. 

In fact, he's one of the most sought-after unmarried men back home — and probably throughout the rest of Asia. When Rachel meets Nick's mother, Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh), it quickly becomes clear that the woman thinks Rachel isn't good enough for her son and never will be. Even though Nick is crazy about Rachel and is considering marrying her, Eleanor does everything she can to come between them. Knowing that his family is very important to Nick, Rachel feels she either has to stand up to Eleanor — or let Nick go.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:45 10:05

Fahrenheit 11/9

128 min

Director Michael Moore predicted in July 2016 that Donald Trump would win the Presidency of the United States.

That doesn't mean that having Trump as the President was the outcome he'd hoped for. In fact, it was very much the opposite. Deeply dismayed, Moore questions what lies ahead for the country. He talks to a variety of Americans about Trump and the seemingly hopeless state of affairs.

He is told that if Trump were to be impeached, Trump's supporters would cause riots and violence around the country. It seems that's true, as Moore digs deeper into how and why Trump, a master distractor with his incendiary tweets, staff firings, and outright lies, still remains a hit with some Americans, while at the same time an embarrassment and liability for many.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    7:05 10:10

Mission: Impossible - Fallout

PG, Action/Adventure, 147 min

Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team, Benji (Simon Pegg), and Luther (Ving Rhames), are tasked with bringing down a terrorist who goes by the name of John Lark, and who works with 12 people who call themselves "The Apostles," in order to blow up major cities around the world, using nuclear power.

Alan Hunley (Alec Baldwin), who left the CIA and is now the head of the IMF, introduces Ethan to a CIA agent named August Walker (Henry Cavill), who's been ordered by his boss, Erica Sloan (Angela Bassett), to keep a close eye on everything Ethan does — because the CIA still worries that he's gone rogue. When Ethan and August go to find Lark and stop him, a number of things go wrong, but luckily they run into Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson), who again helps Ethan with his mission.

With Ilsa's help, Ethan manages to pose as Lark in an effort to meet White Widow (Vanessa Kirby) in order to find the three spheres of plutonium Lark plans to use to commit major genocide.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    9:50

Mission: Impossible - Fallout 3D

PG, Action/Adventure, 147 min

The best intentions often come back to haunt you. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie returning to the helm.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:35

The Children Act

PG, Drama, 105 min

Just as she has a critical decision to make in the legal case of conjoined twins who need to be separated or they will die, High Court judge Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson) finds her marriage to Jack (Stanley Tucci) is in crisis. Because she never has time for him, he's decided to look elsewhere for affection. 

Meanwhile, another critical case is put before her — that of Adam (Fionn Whitehead), who has refused a blood transfusion that could save his life, because he and his parents are Jehovah's Witnesses. 

She goes to see Adam in the hospital to get his side of the story and finds him to be an exceptionally bright, special 17-year-old boy who loves music and poetry. She finally makes a decision in the case, but it's one that brings complications into her orderly and very full life.

Based on the novel of the same name by Booker Prize-winning author Ian McEwan.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:50 9:45

The Wife

14A, Drama, 100 min

In 1993, Joe Castleman (Jonathan Pryce) is told he is going to be awarded the Nobel Prize for literature in honor of his career. His devoted wife, Joan (Glenn Close), accompanies him to Stockholm for the award ceremony, where she meets a journalist, Nathaniel (Christian Slater). Nathaniel, hoping to write a biography on Joe, presses Joan for details of his life and information about when the two first met.

In the late 1950s, Joe was a creative writing professor and Joan was his student. The two began a passionate affair that would lead to a 40-year marriage in which Joan sacrificed her own writing talent to support that of her husband.

Back in 1993, Joan begins to question her life choices leading up to this point, particularly excusing his infidelities and abandoning her own dreams and ambitions for the sake of his. Soon her support for his Nobel Prize sours as she sees it to be the epitome of every sacrifice she has ever made in order for Joe to succeed.

Based on the novel by Meg Wolitzer.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:50 9:40

White Boy Rick

14A, Drama, 111 min

Richard Wershe, known on the streets as White Boy Rick, lived in Detroit, where he worked as a drug dealer. What his criminal pals didn't know was that at age 14, he had been recruited to be an undercover informant for the Detroit police.

The police provided him with a fake ID that said he was 21 so he could travel to Las Vegas and to Miami to do drug deals in order to bring down drug lords in those cities as well. By 16, he was dating the Mayor Coleman Young's niece, who was five years older and married to Eastside drug kingpin Johnny Curry. Having served for two years as an informant, Rick decided to stop helping police, which would have severe repercussions for the teen.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    7:00 10:15