Fri, Jan 20 - 7:30pm

20th Century Women

20th Century Women

1h 58m / R / Comedy

Dorothea (Annette Bening) is a tough, wise, worldly woman who earned every one of her 55 years. In 1979, she sees the way the world is changing, moving from the peace-and-love ‘70s to the greed-is-good ...

Sun, Jan 22 - 3:00pm

Bestsellers on the Big Screen

Gone Girl

Gone Girl

2h 29m / R / Mystery

Sometimes a good movie can make you reconsider something you always took for granted. Jaws made audiences afraid of the beach. Psycho made people afraid of taking showers. And Gone Girl asks: how well do ...

Thu, Jan 26 - 7:30pm

Matewan

Matewan

2h 15m / PG-13 / Historical Drama

Matewan is a fictionalized version of the real events of the Battle of Matewan in West Virginia in 1920. In those days The Stone Mountain Coal Company ran the town: they owned the mine, which ...

Fri, Jan 27 - 10:30pm

REWIND

Starship Troopers

Starship Troopers

2h 9m / R / Sci-Fi Action

REWIND has a confession: we have never read a single interview or word of analysis of any of director Paul Verhoeven’s movies. So despite loving most of them (by the way, if you missed our ...

Sun, Jan 29 - 3:00pm

Bestsellers on the Big Screen

Moby Dick

Moby Dick

1h 56m / Not Rated / Adventure

Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick, one of the first works to receive the moniker of “The Great American Novel,” is epic not just in scale and theme, but in the skill of its construction. Captain Ahab’s struggle ...

Sun, Feb 5 - 3:00pm

Bestsellers on the Big Screen

The Color Purple

The Color Purple

2h 34m / PG-13 / Drama

Alice Walker’s The Color Purple won a Pulitzer Prize for fiction and a National Book Award upon its release in 1983. It tells the story of Celie, born in rural Georgia in the early 1900s, ...

Sun, Feb 12 - 3:00pm

Bestsellers on the Big Screen

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

1h 58m / R / Comedy

Hunter S. Thompson was a true American original. His style of gonzo journalism, a frenetic cocktail of personal anecdotes and incisive analysis, revolutionized the way news and culture was reported by abandoning “pure” objectivism (which ...

Wed, Feb 15 - 7:30pm

Made In Venice

Made In Venice

1h 17m / Not Rated / Documentary

Made in Venice takes the viewer on a rippin’, shreddin’ ride with the pioneering skateboarders of Venice, California, as they progress from “raising hell” on the beach in their teens to turning pro in the ...

Sun, Feb 19 - 3:00pm

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The Lincoln Lawyer

The Lincoln Lawyer

1h 58m / R / Crime Drama

Based on the 2005 novel of the same name by (part-time Tampa resident) Michael Connelly, The Lincoln Lawyer is half courtroom drama and half whodunit, with the interesting twist of an attorney who works out ...

Mon, Feb 20 - 7:30pm

EQUAL MEANS EQUAL

Equal Means Equal

1h 33m / Not Rated / Documentary

Please join us for a very special screening hosted by the ERA Coalition, the Fund for Women’s Equality and We Are Woman. Equal Means Equal offers an unflinching look at how women are treated in ...