Ad Astra

Sci-Fi/Fantasy, 122 min

U.S. Army Corps engineer and astronaut Roy McBride (Brad Pitt) embarks on a search across the galaxy for his long-lost scientist father, Clifford McBride (Tommy Lee Jones), who didn't return from a mission to find alien life 20 years earlier.

Despite having been declared dead many years ago, Clifford is found and his reappearance appears to be connected to a series of mysterious explosions and a top-secret military project. As Roy makes his way across a series of increasingly dangerous outposts on the Moon and Mars, forces converge to stop him from finding answers to his father's failed mission, while another impending explosion threatens to destroy life as we know it.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00 10:00

Blinded by the Light

PG, Comedy, 118 min

In 1987, Margaret Thatcher is the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Javed (Viveik Kalra), a British teenager of Pakistani descent, is growing up in the town of Luton, England. He experiences much intolerence in his hometown, while being brought up by an inflexible, traditional father who doesn't understand Javed's dreams.

When a Sikh classmate named Roops (Aaron Phagura) hands him two Bruce Springsteen cassettes, he is fully immersed into the music of Springsteen. He sees parallels between what the Boss is singing and his own life in a working-class town. A poetry writer himself, Javed begins to find the courage to express himself more fully and stands up to his parents. He also decides to fly to America to see Springsteen's hometown along with his friend Roops.

Set to the music and lyrics of Bruce Springsteen’s timeless songs, Blinded by the Light is a story about courage, love, hope, family and how music has the ability to lift the human spirit. The film is inspired by a true story, based on Sarfraz Manzoor’s acclaimed memoir Greetings from Bury Park: Race, Religion and Rock N’ Roll.

Showtimes:

Mon - Tue
    3:50 6:30 9:20

Brittany Runs a Marathon

14A, Comedy, 103 min

At 27, New Yorker Brittany Forgler (Jillian Bell) is a partier who knows how to have a good time. However, when her late nights and alcohol consumption begin to catch up to her, she goes to a doctor looking to score some Adderall to help her keep up her unhealthy ways. Instead, the doctor suggests she start exercising and drop 55 pounds if she doesn't want to keep on being obese, warning her that her inactivity and extra weight will cause health problems in the near future.

Brittany decides to join a gym, but when she discovers how much gym fees are, she chooses to start running instead, because it doesn't cost anything. Brittany laces up her shoes and discovers all she can run is one block. However, the next day she runs two blocks—soon she finds she can run a mile. With renewed confidence in herself, Brittany sets her sights on an inspirational new goal: to run the New York City Marathon.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    4:30 7:10 9:50

Downton Abbey

PG, 122 min

A big screen adaptation of the television series about the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who work for them at the turn of the 20th century in an Edwardian English castle.

It's now 1927 and the Lord and Countess of Grantham (Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern) receive word that the King and Queen of England are coming to visit Downton Abbey. The servants begin polishing and cleaning every surface in anticipation of the royal visit, while Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) returns to Downton Abbey with her daughter Marigold, and her husband, Bertie Pelham (Harry Hadden-Paton).

However, when Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) feels that Thomas (Robert James-Collier) is unprepared to handle the job of Head Butler during the royal visit, she goes to find their retired butler Carson (Jim Carter), to convince him to return to service at Downton Abbey.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:15 10:15

Hustlers

14A, Drama, 110 min

Inspired by the viral New York Magazine article "The Hustlers at Scores," Hustlers follows a crew of savvy strippers who band together to turn the tables on their Wall Street clients.

Starting in 2007, we meet experienced exotic dancer Ramona (Jennifer Lopez) and newcomer Destiny (Constance Wu). Ramona takes Destiny under her wing and introduces her to the life of an exotic dancer, showing her how the game works. She also learns that the group of strippers she's become a part of not only dance, but hustle their way into the pockets of their wealthy clients.

However, after the 2008 Wall Street crash, attendance at the club drops off and the dancers struggle to earn money. They devise a scam to coerce potential clubgoers to spend huge amounts of money at the club, with the women getting a large cut of the profits. But this scheme doesn't work well in the long run.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    4:15 7:00 9:45

IT: Chapter Two

14A, Horror, 169 min

It's been 27 years since shape-shifting predator Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård) terrorized the Losers' Club. The now-adults have moved on from Derry, Maine: Richie (Bill Hader) has become a stand-up comic, Bill (James McAvoy) is a successful novelist in Hollywood, Ben (Jay Ryan) is now a wealthy architect, Stanley (Andy Bean) is a troubled accountant, Bev is in an abusive relationship with her husband and Eddie (James Ransone) is in risk assessment. Mike (Isaiah Mustafa) is the only one of the group who stayed in Derry, while the others moved on with their lives.

When Pennywise mysteriously returns to the little town of Derry, Mike calls each one of the Losers back to Derry. When they were young, they'd made a blood oath that if Pennywise would return, they would too, to put a stop to him. However, they have all suppressed the supernatural horror they experienced as kids. They first have to remember their childhood before attempting to face Pennywise, who is now more menacing than ever.

Showtimes:

Mon - Tue
    4:30 8:15

Official Secrets

Drama, 112 min

In 2003, British translator Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley), who works at Government Communications Headquarters, is irate when she sees Prime Minister Tony Blair on the news, asking that the British to get involved in the Iraq War.

When she receives a memo from the United States' National Security Agency requesting British intelligence to spy on five UN Security Council members in order to get their support for the war, she decides her loyalty isn't to either the U.K. or U.S. governments, but to the civilians living in Iraq. When she leaks the memo in an act of defiance, she's charged with treason under the Official Secrets Act.

Based on the book The Spy Who Tried to Stop a War: Katharine Gun and the Secret Plot to Sanction the Iraq Invasion by Marcia Mitchell and Thomas Mitchell.

Showtimes:

Mon - Thu
    3:55 6:45 9:30

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

14A, Comedy, 161 min

In 1969 Los Angeles, once-famous TV actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) finds out it’s much harder to make the transition to film than he thought, and now finds himself struggling to maintain any career at all.

Just as he begins contemplating a move to Italy with his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) to take part in the growing world of Spaghetti Westerns, he moves next door to actress Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), right around the time of the infamous Charles Manson murders.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    3:55 7:30

The Farewell

PG, 98 min

After learning their beloved matriarch Nai-Nai has terminal lung cancer, a family opts not to tell her about the diagnosis, instead scheduling an impromptu wedding-reunion back in China. Headstrong and emotional writer Billi (Awkafina) rebels against her parents' directive to stay in New York and joins the family as they awkwardly attempt to rekindle old bonds, throw together a wedding that only grandma is actually looking forward to, and surreptitiously say their goodbyes.

Showtimes:

Mon - Tue
    4:05 6:30 9:00

The Game Changers

Documentary, 108 min

The Game Changers

Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival and directed by Oscar®-winner Louie Psihoyos (THE COVE), executive produced by James Cameron, The Game Changers is one of the most highly anticipated documentaries on food and human performance ever created.

Bypassing the usual gloom and doom of traditional documentaries in the nutrition/health genre, The Game Changers focuses instead on the fastest, strongest, and toughest athletes on the planet, mixing "shocking, groundbreaking science with cinematic stories of struggle and triumph." (Deadline). This cinematic documentary event will feature exclusive bonus content - in movie theaters nationwide for one night only on September 16.

Showtimes:

Mon
    7:00

The Goldfinch

14A, Drama, 149 min

During a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art to see an exhibition of Dutch masterpieces, Theodore "Theo" Decker (Oakes Fegley), 13, loses his beloved mother when a terrorist bomb goes off. In the panic, the boy stuffs a small painting titled The Goldfinch, which is one of his mother's favorites, into his school bag in order to keep it safe.

He's taken in by a wealthy Upper East Side family, the Barbours (Nicole Kidman, Boyd Gaines), in New York City. However, when his deadbeat father, Larry (Luke Wilson), and his new girlfriend, Xandra (Sarah Paulson) show up, Theo is whisked away to Las Vegas. With little supervision, Theo starts drinking and taking drugs.

Years later, an adult Theo (Ansel Elgort), now back in New York, finds someone is threatening to ruin him if he doesn't hand over the painting, which he has hidden in a storage locker to keep it away from people who would take it for personal gain.

Based on the novel of the same name by American author Donna Tartt.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    3:50 7:05 10:20