A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

PG, Drama, 107 min

Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), an investigative journalist for Esquire magazine, is less than pleased when he's given an assignment to write a short profile on Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks), the beloved star of the children's television show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.

Lloyd is dealing with his father Jerry (Chris Cooper), who abandoned Lloyd and their family when Lloyd's mother grew ill. Now elderly, Jerry wants back into Lloyd's life, but Lloyd still carries a lot of resentment.

On that note, Lloyd travels to Pittsburgh to meet Mr. Rogers, but at every turn, he's surprised by how empathetic the man is and how in tune he is to others' problems. Lloyd soon realizes he needs more than one short interview to write his piece, because there's so much more to Fred Rogers than he first thought. And what Lloyd finds will change his life forever.

Based on the 1998 Esquire magazine article titled Can You Say...Hero? by Tom Junod.

Showtimes:

Thu
    4:30 7:10 9:45

Ford v Ferrari

PG, Action/Adventure, 152 min

In the 1960s, in order to finally defeat perennial champion Ferrari at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) and Lee Iacocca (Jon Bernthal) give automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) an important assignment.

Determined to have a Ford car win the prestigious race, they have Shelby and a team of American engineers and designers build an entirely new automobile that will have the potential to finally win the race, with British driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) at the wheel.

Based on a true story.

Showtimes:

Thu
    3:45 7:10 10:35

Frozen II

G, Family, 104 min

In this sequel to the 2013 hit movie Frozen, when Elsa (Idina Menzel) hears a voice singing a haunting tune, she remembers back to when she and her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) were small, and their father (Alfred Molina) told them a story of an enchanted forest, which was home to the Northuldra tribe. Unable to get the voice out of her head, Elsa goes on a dangerous journey north to Ahtohallan to find out what happened in the past between the tribe and her people, as well as to find out the truth behind her powers.

Although Elsa feels the journey is too dangerous for anyone else, Anna insists on going with her. Olaf (Josh Gad) the snowman happily joins them, as does Sven the reindeer and a lovesick Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), who's trying to find the right moment to propose to Anna. However, the sisters and friends become separated in the dangerous forest and have to find their way back to each other, while uncovering the past and righting past wrongs.

Showtimes:

Fri
    4:00

Frozen II 3D

G, 104 min

In this sequel to the 2013 hit movie Frozen, Elsa (Idina Menzel) discovers that the past isn't what it seems. To discover the truth behind her powers, she must go on a dangerous journey north, into the unknown.

However, she's not alone. Her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) and their friends Olaf (Josh Gad) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) go with her on the journey, along with Sven the reindeer. Though her powers were once feared to be too much for this world, now it's hoped they'll be strong enough to save it.

Showtimes:

Fri
    6:45 8:30 9:30

Jojo Rabbit

PG, Comedy, 108 min

During WWII, Jojo Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis), an awkward 10-year-old boy, lives in Germany with his mother, Rosie (Scarlett Johansson). As members of the Hitler Youth, Jojo and his friends have to learn war games and how to blow things up, but the kids aren't that adept and manage to stab themselves with the knives they're given and blow up buildings that are not meant to be blown up. When Jojo is asked to kill a rabbit but can't bring himself to do it, he earns himself the nickname "Jojo Rabbit."

Discouraged, Jojo seeks solace in his imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi), who does his best to encourage the boy, while telling him stories of his own awkward youth. Meanwhile, Jojo discovers that his mother is hiding Elsa (Thomasin McKenzie), a teenage Jewish girl, in their home. Jojo doesn't know any Jews, but has heard they have horns and scales and hang from the rafters like bats. He decides not to tell the authorities, because he knows that would put his mother in danger, so instead he tries to find out all he can about Elsa, in order to gather information about Jews for the Nazis. As he does so, he has to endure Elsa's teasing, who makes quips such as, "Obviously we are demons who love money."

Showtimes:

Thu
    4:10 7:00 10:10

Joker

14A, Drama, 122 min

Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) lives with his frail mother, Penny Fleck (Frances Conroy), and devotes himself to caring for her. He wants to live up to her nickname for him—Happy. During the day, he paints his face and works as a clown through a service called Ha-Ha's, but he dreams of being a stand-up comic. He tries to learn from watching other comics, listening to their tone and timing in an effort to replicate it. Unfortunately, others don't relate to what he finds funny.

Insecure and awkward, Arthur has difficulty relating to others. As he struggles to find a connection in Gotham City’s fractured society, the toxic environment wears at him—the lack of compassion and empathy, the loss of civility—especially after he's bullied by teens on the street. Caught in a cyclical existence between apathy and cruelty, Arthur makes one bad decision after another, cementing his destiny and setting off a chain reaction of escalating events.

Showtimes:

Thu
    4:30 7:30 10:25

Knives Out

PG, Comedy, 130 min

When wealthy crime novelist Harlan Thrombrey (Christopher Plummer), the patriarch of an eccentric, combative family, dies during a family gathering to celebrate his 85th birthday, the family believes it was suicide. However, famed Southern detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) suspects foul play. He joins forces with a member of the local police, Detective Lieutenant Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield), to investigate.

Detective Blanc asks the family members to remain at the home until the investigation is completed. However, his request is met with disbelief, anger and contempt as the family members turn on each other.

Showtimes:

Wed
    4:05 7:10 10:15

Pain and Glory

PG, Drama, 113 min

Salvador Mallo (Antonio Banderas) is a famous movie director who has decided to retire, mainly because he has to endure chronic physical pain, partly related to his recent surgery. He also suffers from anxiety and depression, and is still grieving the death of his mother four years earlier. Salvador tries smoking heroin as a way of coping with his pain.

At the same time, Salvador looks back at his life and work as he watches an old film and remembers the star, Alberto Crespo (Asier Etxeandia), with whom he fought at the time and hasn’t spoken with since. While under the influence of drugs, Salvador reminiscences, especially of his mother (Penélope Cruz), when she was young and also when she (Julieta Serrano) was older, during her final days.

Showtimes:

Thu
    3:45 6:20 9:00

Parasite

14A, Thriller, 133 min

The Kim family, including high school graduate Ki-woo (Choi Woo Shik) and his sister, Ki-jung (Park So Dam), live in a cramped apartment in a grubby part of Seoul with their father, Ki-taek (Song Kang Ho), and mother, Chung-sook (Chang Hyae Jin). Unable to get jobs, they make some money folding and assembling pizza boxes for a nearby restaurant. Despite being unqualified, Ki-woo gets a job as an English tutor for an upper class teenage girl, Park Da-hye (Ji-so Jung).

Ki-woo meets the Park family, who live in a gated mansion with a high-tech security system. Da-hye’s father, Dong-ik (Lee Sun Kyun) is a millionaire tech titan. Also living in the luxurious home are Da-hye's younger brother, Da-song (Jung Hyeon Jun) and her mother, Yeon-kyo (Cho Yeo Jeong). When Yeon-kyo tells Ki-woo that her son needs an art teacher, he tells her he knows someone. His sister quickly Googles all she needs to know to take on the position, and gets the job. The siblings keep their relationship a secret and soon, the entire Kim family is employed by the Parks, after getting rid of the current staff. When a former servant threatens to expose the Kims, things get violent.

Showtimes:

Thu
    4:20 7:20 10:20

The Good Liar

14A, Drama, 109 min

Now in his eighties, career con artist Roy Courtnay (Ian McKellen) wants to pull off one more con, with a windfall comfortable enough to retire on. He can hardly believe his luck when he meets wealthy widow Betty McLeish (Helen Mirren) on an internet dating site. Betty readily opens her home and life to him, but their relationship becomes more complicated than Roy could have ever anticipated.

Based on author Nicholas Searle's debut novel of the same name.

Showtimes:

Thu
    4:00 6:30 9:40

The Lighthouse

14A, Drama, 110 min

Aging lighthouse keeper Thomas Wake (Willem Dafoe) and his young assistant Ephraim Winslow (Robert Pattinson) arrive on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s, for a four-week stint.

Thomas, who says his last assistant went crazy, treats Ephraim like a slave. Ephraim takes the verbal abuse with as much calm as he can muster, and works hard at the physically demanding tasks Tom gives him, including scrubbing the floors, carrying heavy barrels of oil, gathering firewood, whitewashing the lighthouse, and shoveling coal, while Tom, who has a leg injury, does nothing but tend to the lantern. The two form a sort of camaraderie, especially after Tom finally convinces Ephraim to share a drink with him. But Tom's refusal to allow Ephraim access to the top of the lighthouse causes the younger man to believe that he has a secret.

Showtimes:

Thu
    3:55 9:10

Waves

14A, Drama, 135 min

Waves traces the epic emotional journey of a suburban African-American family — led by a well-intentioned but domineering father (Sterling K. Brown) — as they navigate love, forgiveness and coming together in the aftermath of a loss.

Showtimes:

Fri
    4:00 7:10 10:15