Welcome Back!! We are OPEN!!!!
Welcome Back!! We are OPEN!!!!
Movies shown twice a week Wed. and Friday 1pm, popcorn provided. Limit 16 people per movie sign up, Mask and Social Distancing required.
Wed., May 5th, 1:00pm and Fri., May 7th 1:00pm, “A Hidden Life”, PG-13, 2hr 54min As World War II begins to rage around him, one man sees the evil incarnate that is being brought forth. Unlike so many others who willingly join the Nazi party, Franz Jagerstatter chooses to buck the trend and become a conscientious objector. Bravely wearing his feelings on his sleeve, he risks everything to do what is right. But there are many who want to destroy him, and danger is close at every moment.
Wed., May 12th, 1pm and Fri., May 14th at 1pm, “Just Mercy”, PG-13, 2hr 17min Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer of unfaltering convictions, goes where few are brave enough to wander. Walter McMillian, an inmate on death row, encounters a stroke of good fortune when Stevenson takes on his harrowing case. Though McMillian was charged with murdering an 18-year-old girl, the evidence suggests otherwise. In the hopes of furnishing McMillian with the freedom he deserves, Stevenson immerses himself in the fight for justice. As affairs unfold, Stevenson is faced with seemingly insurmountable
Wed., May 19th, 1pm and Fri., May 21st at 1pm, “The Last Full Measure”, R, 1hr 56 min During the Vietnam War, William H. Pitsenbarger was a USAF Pararescue medic. During his time in the War, he made the ultimate sacrifice all the while saving dozens of men. Despite his heroic efforts and bravery, Pitsenbarger was never honored for his actions. A Congressional Medal of Honor request was made on behalf of the war hero, but after decades still received no reply. Scott
Huffman, a Pentagon staffer, seeks to rectify this wrong. In doing so, Huffman uncovers conspiracy and corruption. Huffman must
decide how far he will go for a man who made the ultimate sacrifice for his country over 30 years ago.
Wed., May 26th, 1pm and Fri., May 28th at 1pm, “Emma”, PG-13, 2hr 4 min Emma Woodhouse is a young woman that lives like a queen in her small town as she is known for being clever and rich. While
having her money and fame already handled for her, she runs into trouble when she is constantly being paired up with those that aren't the right romantic partner for her. Along her journey, she eventually finds out that the person she is looking to love was close to her, to begin with.
Wed., June 2nd 1pm and Fri., June 4th at 1pm, “The Call of the Wild”, PG, 1hr 40 min Is it really possible to go where nobody has ever gone before? John Thornton leaves behind his life to go out into the wild only to save a dog (Buck) who has experienced a life of hardship. After freeing the dog, the two become friends and Thornton continues to help Buck recover. When a conflict between the socialized world and the wild emerges, Buck has to choose whether or not he wants to stay with Thornton or continue his journey as a wild animal. By finding a family in each other, Thornton and Buck become
connected and learn about what it means to exist in a complicated world.
Wed., June 9th 1pm and Fri., June 11th at 1pm, “Artemis Fowl”, PG, 1hr 35 min Artemis Fowl II isn't a hero. The Irish teenager is the proud descendant of criminal geniuses. After his family's ill-gotten fortune is lost and his father disappears, Artemis believes that fairies are responsible in some way. Of course, no one has actually ever proven the existence of fairies. With the help of his loyal bodyguard, Domovoi Butler, Artemis decides to not only prove that fairies exist, but also kidnap one of their number to hold for ransom. When Artemis steals and holds hostage Holly Short, an underground fairy LEP-recon officer, he soon discovers that his master plan had a few flaws.
Wed., June 16th 1pm and Fri., June 18th at 1pm, “Irresistible”, R, 1hr 41 min In a small Wisconsin town, retired Marine Colonel Jack Hastings becomes a national star when a video of his protest for
undocumented workers' rights goes viral. Wanting to capitalize on a shining moment of liberal support in a traditionally
conservative state, top strategist Gary Zimmer taps him for the Democratic Party to win back the Heartland. However, Zimmer is soon pitted against his Republican rival Faith Brewster who will stop at nothing to prevent Wisconsin from becoming a swing state. Hastings's bid for change in a local race morphs into an all-out brawl for America's future.
Wed., June 23rd 1pm and Fri., June 25th at 1pm, “Made in Italy”, R, 1hr 41 min A father and his son living in London decide to travel to Italy to restore and remodel a Tuscan villa inherited from the father's
Italian mother. Both father and son have never gotten over the tragic death of their wife/mother in a car accident two decades
earlier. Father and son clash at first as old memories and unresolved family issues come to the surface as they tackle the daunting work that needs to be done on the villa. However, they find unexpected joys, new friends and a chance to heal the past in this light and warm comedy interlaced with drama.
Wed., June 30th 1pm and Fri., July 2nd at 1pm, “Tesla”, R, 1hr 41 min This biographical drama explores the life of genius inventor Nikola Tesla and his interactions with fellow innovator Thomas
Edison. Events combine fact and fiction to illustrate the fierce competition between the two scientists as they race to revolutionize the world of light and electricity. The action expounds on Tesla's relationship with financial mogul J.P. Morgan's daughter, Anne, who narrates the story. The historical biography reveals Tesla's inner tension as he strives to beat the competition, please his
benefactor and win the heart of the woman he loves.