• RAISING THE BAR

    MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd - 3:30pm

    Runtime:  93 min.

    RATED: 

    A teenager who gave up her spot in an elite U.S. gymnastics program when her family moved to Australia enters a competition to help a new friend.
  • KANGAROO JACK

    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th - 3:30pm

    Runtime: 89 min.

    RATED: PG For language, crude humor, sensuality and violence.

    When male hair stylist Charlie Carbone and out of luck musician Louis Booker get in trouble with the local mafia, the pair are forced to fly fifty thousand dollars to Australia to deliver to transcontinental mobsters. But when a simple trek across the desert goes awry, the two are forced to search for a kangaroo that made off with the money. Will Louis and Charlie manage to survive the outback, recover the money, and live to tell the tale?
  • A CHAMPION HEART

    MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30th - 3:30pm

    Runtime:  90 min.

    RATED: G

    A troubled girl finds faith, hope, and healing through a relationship with a wounded horse.
  • GET SANTA

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd - 3:30pm

    Runtime: 102 min.

    RATED: PG For some mild rude humor and language.

    A father and son who team up to save Christmas once they discover Santa Claus sleeping in their garage after crashing his sleigh and finding himself on the run from the police.
  • THE NEXT KARATE KID

    MONDAY, DECEMBER 7th - 3:30pm

    Runtime:  107 min.

    RATED: PG For violence and some mild language.

    Mr. Miyagi, at a ceremony commemorating the service of Japanese soldiers in the U.S. Army in Word War II, meets the widow of his commanding officer and her granddaughter, Julie. Julie is a teenager full of angst and anger at the death of her parents in an accident, and is having problems at school and with her relationship with her grandmother. Mr. Miyagi, true to his nature, takes Julie under his wing and teaches her karate as a way of dealing with her pain and anger, and to help improve her relationships with her grandmother and fellow students at school.