A Quiet Place

14A, Horror, 90 min

Following the arrival of destructive blind creatures who hunt using only sound, a farm family of four devise a number of methods to live without making any noise. 

Lee Abbott (John Krasinski, who also directs) and his wife Evelyn (Emily Blunt) have a deaf teenage daughter, Regan (played by deaf actress Millicent Simmonds), so they already know American sign language and use it, and a lighting system, to communicate in their silent world. 

Lee tries to set up a way to communicate with the outside world to find out if there is anyone who can help them out there, or who knows about these creatures so they can figure out how to deal with them and possibly find their weakness. He also tries to make better hearing aids for Regan, who can't hear a thing, despite his earlier efforts. 

When Lee takes his son Marcus (Noah Jupe) to learn how to fish so he can help take care of the family in case anything happens to Lee, the boy is terrified to go, fearing that the creatures will find them.

Evelyn, who has discovered she's pregnant for a third time, is happy about the impending birth, but realizes it presents problems, because the family has to devise a way to keep the creatures from discovering their home, even after the baby is born. 

Showtimes:

Thu - Sat
    7:35 10:10

Avengers: Infinity War 3D

STC, Action/Adventure, 156 min

Avengers: Infinity War 3D
An unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Infinity War" brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The Avengers and their Super Hero allies must be willing to sacrifice all in an attempt to defeat the powerful Thanos before his blitz of devastation and ruin puts an end to the universe.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00 10:20

Chappaquiddick

PG, Drama, 101 min

After midnight on July 18, 1969, Senator Ted Kennedy (Jason Clarke) was driving his car to the ferry after hosting a party on Chappaquiddick Island, Massachusetts. Also in the car was Mary Jo Kopechne (Kate Mara), 28, who had served on the 1968 presidential campaign of Ted's older brother, Robert Kennedy. 

While driving over a one-lane bridge, Kennedy lost control of the car and it plummeted into water. He managed to get free and onto the bank. He walked away and brought back a couple of friends to see if they could extract Mary Jo from the car, but they were unsuccessful. 

Although Kennedy, who was married, later vowed that he was not having any illicent relations with Mary Jo, he returned to his hotel did not report the accident to authorities. At approximately 8 a.m., the vehicle was found by two fishermen who reported it to the police. Mary Jo's body was found and extracted from the car within 10 minutes. 

With three of his older brothers dead, in 1969 Ted is his father's (Bruce Dern) last hope for the presidency. Although he considers Ted a "ne'er-do-well," he enlists spin doctors to work on covering up the incident, using the Apollo 11 moon landing as a distraction.


Showtimes:

Thu - Sat
    6:30 9:15

Finding Your Feet

PG, Drama, 111 min

Happy that Mike, her husband of 40 years, is finally retiring, "Lady" Sandra Abbott (Imelda Staunton) is looking forward to the future. That is, until she walks in on Mike with her best friend. Shocked, the betrayed wife leaves the luxurious home she shares with her husband  and takes refuge with her elder sister Bif (Celia Imrie). Bif lives a bohemian life in an inner-city flat in London, where she keeps fit with dance classes for seniors.

In an effort to cheer Sandra up, Bif convinces her to come to a dance class. After much resistance, snobby Sandra, who was a talented dancer in her younger years, reluctantly comes along. Slowly, Sandra begins to warm up to Bif's free-spirited ways and the two sisters become closer, as Sandra learns how to be happy again.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00 9:50

I Feel Pretty

14A, Comedy, 110 min

Renee Bennett (Amy Schumer) works at a cosmetics company where she's constantly surrounded by beautiful people. Unfortunately, she feels a little average in comparison. That is, until she hits her head and wakes up thinking she's drop dead gorgeous.

While she struts her stuff, she looks the same to everyone else. But it doesn't matter because this newfound confidence earns her a better position at her job and the respect of her boss, Avery LeClair (Michelle Williams). It isn't until the "spell" wears off, though, that Renee realizes that beauty isn't just what can be seen on the outside.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    7:00 9:45

Indian Horse

14A, Drama, 100 min

Ontario, late 1950s. Young Native Canadian Saul Indian Horse (Sladen Peltier) is forcibly taken away from his loving Ojibway family at the age of seven and enrolled at a church-run residential school. At the strict and oppressive school, Saul is not allowed to speak his native language and all evidence of his indigenous heritage is removed. He experiences terrible abuse at the hands of the people who are supposed to take care of the children.

In spite of his harsh surroundings, Saul (Forrest Goodluck) develops an infinity for Canada's favorite sport — hockey. Not only does he secretly learn to play the game, but it quickly becomes clear that he has a rare talent for the sport. His talent is what gets him out of the miserable school and into a Northern Ontario native league, followed by a stint in the pro hockey league. But as an adult, Saul (Ajuawak Kapashesit) can't forget his painful past, which threatens to derail his promising career and future. In order to keep on the right path, Saul draws on the spirit of his ancestors to begin the process of healing.

Based on Richard Wagamese's award-winning novel, Indian Horse.

Showtimes:

Thu - Sat
    6:50 9:40

Isle of Dogs

PG, Animation, 101 min

Twenty years in the future, Japan has an abundance of dogs. So many that they can't contain them all. The politicians decide to exile the canines to an island where trash is dumped. Rex, King, Duke, Boss and Chief form a band of alpha dogs who vow to find better food than what's left in the garbage.

When a 12-year-old boy crashes his self-made airplane on the island to look for his lost dog Spot, the alpha dogs and the other dogs on the island team up to help him. 

Showtimes:

Thu - Sat
    7:10 9:55

Ready Player One

PG, Action/Adventure, 140 min

In 2045, Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) is a teen whose parents have died. He lives in an over-populated city where his only escape is an immersive virtual universe called the OASIS, created by a man named James Halliday. There, he and many others of his generation can participate in a game that includes all of their favorite characters from bygone years. They make friends, they fall in love, they live full lives – there's no limit, as long as they can imagine and conjure it. 

When a contest to take over the OASIS is announced, Wade teams up with fellow player Samantha (Olivia Cooke) to win complete control over the virtual universe. 

Showtimes:

Thu
    6:45 10:05

Ready Player One 3D

PG, Action/Adventure, 140 min

In 2045, Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) is a teen whose parents have died. He lives in an over-populated city where his only escape is an immersive virtual universe called the OASIS, created by a man named James Halliday. There, he and many others of his generation can participate in a game that includes all of their favorite characters from bygone years. They make friends, they fall in love, they live full lives – there's no limit, as long as they can imagine and conjure it. 

When a contest to take over the OASIS is announced, Wade teams up with fellow player Samantha (Olivia Cooke) to win complete control over the virtual universe.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    6:45

The Death of Stalin

14A, Comedy, 106 min

The one-liners fly as fast as political fortunes fall in this uproarious, wickedly irreverent satire from Armando Iannucci.

Moscow, 1953: when tyrannical dictator Joseph Stalin (Adrian McLoughlin) drops dead, his parasitic cronies square off in a frantic power struggle to be the next Soviet leader. Among the contenders are the dweeby Georgy Malenkov (Jeffrey Tambor), the wily Nikita Khrushchev (Steve Buscemi), and the sadistic secret police chief Lavrentiy Beria (Simon Russell Beale).

But as they bumble, brawl, and backstab their way to the top, just who is running the government? Combining palace intrigue with rapid-fire farce, this audacious comedy is a bitingly funny takedown of bureaucratic dysfunction performed to the hilt by a sparkling ensemble cast.

Based on the comic book The Death of Stalin by Fabien Nury and Thierry Robin.

Showtimes:

Thu - Sat
    6:40 9:15

You Were Never Really Here

14A, Thriller, 90 min

Joe (Joaquin Phoenix) is a traumatized Gulf War veteran and former FBI agent, whose childhood was marked by an abusive father. He tenderly and patiently cares for his elderly mother (Judith Roberts), who's suffering from dementia, in an apartment in Queens. Joe now earns his living as a mercenary for hire who tracks down missing children, armed with his tool of choice — a hammer — and rescues them from sex rings. 

When he's hired by Senator Votto (Alex Manette) to track down his missing 14-year-old daughter, Nina (Ekaterina Samsonov), and asks Joe to hurt the men responsible, Joe discovers there's much more to this case than he first anticipated. 

Showtimes:

Thu - Sat
    7:15 10:00