TUESDAY, APRIL 20th - 1pm
Runtime: 108 min.
OSCAR NOMINATED FOR BEST PICTURE, BEST DIRECTOR, BEST ACTRESS, ADAPTED SCREENPLAY, CINEMATOGRAPHY & EDITING
RATED: R For some full nudity.
For one woman in her sixties, life has been a fairly straightforward set of steps to her goals. But when the Great Recession hits, she suddenly finds that all of her well-laid plans have been destroyed. With her finances in tatters, she decides to take to the roads on a grand journey. Living as a nomad in the American West, she starts to discover things about herself that she never knew.
JUDAS AND THE
THURSDAY, APRIL 22nd - 1pm
Runtime: 125 min.
OSCAR NOMINATED FOR BEST PICTURE, BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR x2, ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY, BEST ORIGINAL SONG & CINEMATOGRAPHY
RATED: R For violence and pervasive language.
The true story of Fred Hampton, a Chicago man who rose to be a leader of the Black Panther Party movement of the 1960s. The FBI targeted Hampton as a dangerous radical. They used an African American man, William O'Neal, to infiltrate the group and spy upon Hampton. Hampton was shot to death in a Chicago apartment during a raid by police and FBI agents in 1969. O'Neal provided authorities with information on Hampton's whereabouts. The death was ruled a justifiable homicide, but the black community considers Hampton's killing a government-sanctioned assassination of an American political figure.
TUESDAY, APRIL 27th - 1pm
Runtime: 105 min.
RATED: PG-13 For some action/violence, language and mild suggestive material.
Crime and villainy have plagued the world and forced the good guys against the ropes. After years of separation, two childhood friends reunite when Emily, who is a scientist, discovers a way to grant ordinary people powers. After Lydia accidentally gains super strength, they decide to form a team. With Lydia and Emily's abilities combined, the super duo is born. Together they defend the city of Chicago from criminals and supervillains.
THURSDAY, APRIL 29th - 1pm
Runtime: 111 min.
RATED: R For language throughout, drug use and some violence.
Sent to live with his estranged father for the summer, a rebellious teen finds kinship in a tight-knit Philadelphia community of Black cowboys.
TUESDAY, MAY 4th - 1pm
Runtime: 110 min.
RATED: R For violence.
For one Navy SEAL, life just hasn't been the same since he lost his wife. Of course, the fact that she was murdered makes the situation even more difficult. Eventually, John Clark knows that he is going to have to find the people who did this, and seek his revenge. But getting to the bottom of this mystery turns out to be a dangerous affair, and the stakes have become even higher.
THURSDAY, MAY 6th - 1pm
Runtime: 101 min.
RATED: PG-13 For thematic elements and some violent images.
All police detectives should have a loyal partner to help catch the criminals. Michael Dooley is a detective with an unusual affinity for car delivered pizzas, but does not hold onto a partner for very long. To help a friend out, Dooley agrees to take on an unorthodox partner, a German Shepherd. Known as Jerry Lee, this dog can sniff out drugs. Because Dooley is currently working on a drug cartel case, Jerry Lee should be a perfect match. They both find out that life isn't exactly a vacation. Through bouts of sleeplessness and accidents on the floor, Dooley and Jerry Lee need to find a common ground to keep both of them safe from the murderous drug dealers. They are closing in fast as the two partners bond for life.