A Hologram for the King

14A, Drama, 97 min

American businessman Alan Clay (Tom Hanks) was once a hot shot salesman but is now down on his luck. A divorced father who is facing bankruptcy, he persuades the company he works for to let him pitch a 3D holographic meeting system to the King of Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, Alan is working on commission so if he doesn't make the sale, he doesn't earn money, which puts him in a stressful state of mind.

Alan travels to Saudi Arabia, where he realizes he needs to learn how to do business in a new way. He's given a royal runaround and worries that he will never secure the deal. When he has an anxiety attack, a Saudi doctor (Sarita Choudhury) tends to him and he finds himself wanting more than a professional relationship with her, but his taxi driver (Alexander Black) advises against it.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    2:15 4:45 7:10 9:35

Hello, My Name Is Doris

14A, Drama, 90 min

When Doris Miller (Sally Field) meets John Fremont (Max Greenfield), her company's hip new art director, sparks fly — at least for Doris. Although she was once engaged, she never married because her fiancé wanted to move to another city and she felt she couldn't leave her aging mother alone.

In the cluttered house she shared with her late mother, Doris gets help searching the Internet from 13-year-old Vivian (Isabella Acres) — the granddaughter of her best pal Roz (Tyne Daly) — for information on her crush.

Eager for all the experiences she missed out on, Doris begins showing up at places where John's hanging out and wins over his friends with her quirkiness. Her new life gives Doris a new outlook, but her longtime friends and family feel she's making a fool of herself over a guy young enough to be her son.

Showtimes:

Mon - Thu
    1:40 4:30 7:00 9:30

Miles Ahead

18A, Drama, 100 min

In the late 1970s, jazz superstar Miles Davis (Don Cheadle), during the height of his fame, disappears from public view. Holing up in his home alone, he endures chronic pain due to a deteriorating hip. The medication he takes to control the pain stifles his musical voice and causes hallucinations.

Music reporter Dave Braden (Ewan McGregor) wants to know what's going on and he somehow manages to get into Davis' house. The two men form a friendship and embark on an adventure to get back a tape of Davis' latest compositions, that was recently stolen.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    1:35 4:10 6:50 9:20

Mother's Day

PG, Comedy, 118 min

Sandy (Jennifer Aniston), a divorced mother of two boys, gets along with her ex-husband. When he suddenly drops a bombshell, telling her he married a much younger woman without telling anyone, she's dismayed. Especially when the boys seem to like the new wife.

Jesse (Kate Hudson) and her sister Gabi (Sarah Chalke) try to keep their racist parents in the dark about their relationships. Gabi is married to a woman and Jesse is married to a man of Indian origin. Whenever her parents Skype, Jesse hides her family portrait of her husband and son.

Miranda (Julia Roberts) is a successful entrepreneur who has never married and claims to be childless. That changes when a young woman shows up claiming to be her daughter.

Bradley (Jason Sudeikis) is a widower struggling to raise two daughters, one of whom is now a teen. The lives of all of these characters connect in this hilarious comedy that leads up to Mother's Day.

Showtimes:

Mon - Thu
    12:55 3:55 6:50 9:50

Sing Street

14A, Drama, 106 min

Due to his parents' financial troubles, Conor (Ferdia Walsh-Peelo), a teenager growing up in Dublin during the 1980s, has to switch from private school to a public school. He's bullied there both by other students and teachers. He finds one bright light in his life when he spots a beautiful girl who claims to be a model.

When Conor asks her to play a role in his rock band's video and she agrees, he quickly has to form a band. To his surprise, Conor discovers he has a talent not only for singing but also for writing songs. The band, called Sing Street, quickly becomes popular with the locals.

Showtimes:

Mon - Thu
    1:00 4:00 6:35 9:15

The First Monday in May

Documentary, 90 min

Every spring, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City hosts the Met Gala to raise funds for The Costume Institute. Oscar winners, super models, pop stars, fashion icons and politicians all show up for the event.

Each year, a new fashion exhibition is unveiled on the first Monday in May. It not only has to be beautiful, it has to be visionary and a work of art. The 2015 exhibition was "China: Through the Looking Glass," which celebrated the impact of Chinese design on Western fashion, featuring clothing from designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and John Paul Gaultier.

The First Monday in May is an inside look at the creation of this revolutionary art exhibition, and the social politics that go behind the scenes of making it the most important social fashion event of the year.

Showtimes:

Mon - Wed
    1:20 3:45 6:15 9:05

The Jungle Book 3D

PG, Family, 105 min

In this revamp of the classic tale, orphan boy Mowgli (Neel Sethi) is raised in the jungle under the primary care of Bagheera (Ben Kingsley) the panther, and Raksha (Lupita Nyong'o) the mother wolf and her cubs. Although he attempts to live as one of the wildlife, it becomes increasingly clear that Mowgli should live in the “man village.”

With the help of a bear named Baloo (Bill Murray) and King Louie (Christopher Walken) the King of Apes, Mowgli fights the despicable villains Shere Khan the tiger (Idris Elba) and Kaa (Scarlett Johansson) the snake and ultimately decides his future as a human in the jungle.

Based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling.

Showtimes:

Mon - Thu
    1:50 4:35 7:20 10:00