21 Bridges

14A, Action/Adventure, 99 min

When Andre Davis (Chadwick Boseman) was a small boy, his father, who was a police officer, died in the line of duty. Andre grows up to become an in-demand NYPD detective who specializes in taking down cop killers.

When fellow police officers go to the scene of a robbery involving the theft of 300 kilos of cocaine, all eight are gunned down by two criminals with automatic weapons. Andre is assigned the case and orders the island of Manhattan closed, including all 21 bridges leading in and out of the area, as well as the four tunnels and the three rivers. He has all the trains stopped and the subway is put on a loop.

Meanwhile, as the robbers (Taylor Kitsch, Stephan James) go on the run, they try to make sense of why they were assigned to get their hands on 30 kilos of cocaine, but actually wound up with 300 kilos. They slowly come to realize they've been set up to take a fall, while Andre discovers that there's more to this crime than a simple robbery.

Showtimes:

Wed
    9:40

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

PG, Drama, 107 min

Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), an investigative journalist for Esquire magazine, is less than pleased when he's given an assignment to write a short profile on Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks), the beloved star of the children's television show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.

Lloyd is dealing with his father Jerry (Chris Cooper), who abandoned Lloyd and their family when Lloyd's mother grew ill. Now elderly, Jerry wants back into Lloyd's life, but Lloyd still carries a lot of resentment.

On that note, Lloyd travels to Pittsburgh to meet Mr. Rogers, but at every turn, he's surprised by how empathetic the man is and how in tune he is to others' problems. Lloyd soon realizes he needs more than one short interview to write his piece, because there's so much more to Fred Rogers than he first thought. And what Lloyd finds will change his life forever.

Based on the 1998 Esquire magazine article titled Can You Say...Hero? by Tom Junod.

Showtimes:

Wed
    1:00 4:10 6:55 9:50

A Christmas Story

PG, Family, 94 min

In the town of Hammond in the 1940s, Ralphie (Peter Billingsley), nine, just wants one thing for Christmas—a Red Ryder BB rifle. When he tells his mother what he wants, she replies with, "No, you'll shoot your eye out."

Ralphie even writes an essay about it at school, but his teacher gives him a C+ with a note saying, "You'll shoot your eye out." Next, when he visits Santa at the local department store, he asks for the gun, but Santa has the same response: "You'll shoot your eye out, kid."

Ralphie fears that he'll never get the BB gun for Christmas. But there may be a surprise in store for him.

  Canadian Connection: The majority of the film was shot in Ontario - in Toronto, Lindsay and St. Catharines. Several cast members are Canadian.

Showtimes:

Wed
    7:00

Black Christmas

14A, Horror, 92 min

As Christmas approaches, the students of Hawthorne College are getting ready for the break. During a party to celebrate, when sorority sister Helena (Madeleine Adams) goes missing one night and doesn't return by the next morning, her fellow sister Riley (Imogen Poots) reports her disappearance to the police, but isn't taken seriously as they tell her nine times out of ten, missing women are just hanging out with a boyfriend.

Riley begins to get strange phone calls from heavy breathers. When she and another sorority sister, Kris (Aleyse Shannon), get threatening texts, they realize something is definitely wrong. Soon after, they discover they're being targeted as one by one, the members of their sorority are being killed. Not only that, but they believe one of the faculty, Professor Gelson (Cary Elwes), may be involved somehow.

However, the killer is about to discover that this generation’s young women aren’t willing to become helpless victims, as they mount a fight to the finish.

Based on the 1974 horror film of the same name.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:15 10:05

Charlie's Angels

PG, Action/Adventure, 118 min

In this reboot of the 2000 feature film, which was in turn based on the 1970s TV series, there are revolving Bosleys, played by Patrick Stewart, Djimon Hounsou and Elizabeth Banks, who also directs.

Sabina Wilson (Kristen Stewart) and her partner, Jane Kano (Ella Balinska), are given a new assignment by Charlie. Their mission is to protect a new client, Elena Houghlin (Naomi Scott), who is the lead programmer on a project that could revolutionize the power industry, but also has the potential to be weaponized.

Elena first meets with Bosley (Djimon Hounsou), but when their meeting is compromised, they need to make a quick escape, along with Jane, who was posing as a waitress. Elena and Jane then rendezvous with Sabina and another Bosley (Elizabeth Banks), who bring her to their base of operations and debrief her. She learns that Jane is former MI6 and Sabina is the main agent who runs the ground game. The agents enlist Elena's help to retrieve the weapon she was working on and gear up for their next mission.

Showtimes:

Wed
    10:00

Dark Waters

PG, Drama, 126 min

Big city corporate defense attorney Rob Bilott (Mark Ruffalo), who defends chemical companies such as Dupont, is approached by Wilbur Tennant (Bill Camp), a West Virginia farmer who has lost 190 cows. He insists their deaths are due to Dupont dumping chemical into Dry Run Creek, which they used as drinking water. Bilott knows Tennant's family because he used to visit his farm to ride horses when he was a boy, so he decides to take a trip to West Virginia to see firsthand what Tennant is talking about.

Apalled when he sees the graphic evidence on the farm, Bilott agrees to represent Tennant. However, that pits him against one of his law firm's biggest clients. He also wonders if the poisoned water killed so many cows, what is it doing to the people who live there? When he investigates, he discovers Dupont has been dumping chemicals into the water and knowingly — because the powerful company has conducted its own research — poisoning local residents for the last 40 years. When Bilott tries to expose the truth, his colleagues turn against him and he discovers his future, his family and his own life are being threatened.

Inspired by a true story.

Showtimes:

Wed
    12:35 3:45 6:30 10:00

Ford v Ferrari

PG, Action/Adventure, 152 min

In the 1960s, in order to finally defeat perennial champion Ferrari at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) and Lee Iacocca (Jon Bernthal) give automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) an important assignment.

Determined to have a Ford car win the prestigious race, they have Shelby and a team of American engineers and designers build an entirely new automobile that will have the potential to finally win the race, with British driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) at the wheel.

Based on a true story.

Showtimes:

Wed
    1:10 3:45 5:00 6:30 9:00 10:15

Frozen II

G, Family, 104 min

In this sequel to the 2013 hit movie Frozen, when Elsa (Idina Menzel) hears a voice singing a haunting tune, she remembers back to when she and her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) were small, and their father (Alfred Molina) told them a story of an enchanted forest, which was home to the Northuldra tribe. Unable to get the voice out of her head, Elsa goes on a dangerous journey north to Ahtohallan to find out what happened in the past between the tribe and her people, as well as to find out the truth behind her powers.

Although Elsa feels the journey is too dangerous for anyone else, Anna insists on going with her. Olaf (Josh Gad) the snowman happily joins them, as does Sven the reindeer and a lovesick Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), who's trying to find the right moment to propose to Anna. However, the sisters and friends become separated in the dangerous forest and have to find their way back to each other, while uncovering the past and righting past wrongs.

Showtimes:

Wed
    12:30 1:25 3:00 3:25 4:05 6:00 6:45 7:30 9:00 9:30 10:15

Frozen II 3D

G, 104 min

In this sequel to the 2013 hit movie Frozen, Elsa (Idina Menzel) discovers that the past isn't what it seems. To discover the truth behind her powers, she must go on a dangerous journey north, into the unknown.

However, she's not alone. Her sister Anna (Kristen Bell) and their friends Olaf (Josh Gad) and Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) go with her on the journey, along with Sven the reindeer. Though her powers were once feared to be too much for this world, now it's hoped they'll be strong enough to save it.

Showtimes:

Wed
    1:55 4:45 7:45 10:30

Joker

14A, Drama, 122 min

Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) lives with his frail mother, Penny Fleck (Frances Conroy), and devotes himself to caring for her. He wants to live up to her nickname for him—Happy. During the day, he paints his face and works as a clown through a service called Ha-Ha's, but he dreams of being a stand-up comic. He tries to learn from watching other comics, listening to their tone and timing in an effort to replicate it. Unfortunately, others don't relate to what he finds funny.

Insecure and awkward, Arthur has difficulty relating to others. As he struggles to find a connection in Gotham City’s fractured society, the toxic environment wears at him—the lack of compassion and empathy, the loss of civility—especially after he's bullied by teens on the street. Caught in a cyclical existence between apathy and cruelty, Arthur makes one bad decision after another, cementing his destiny and setting off a chain reaction of escalating events.

Showtimes:

Wed
    3:15 6:15 9:20

Jumanji: The Next Level

PG, Action, 123 min

In Jumanji: The Next Level, the gang is back but the game has changed. When teenagers Bethany (Madison Iseman), Martha (Morgan Turner) and Anthony a.k.a. "Fridge" (Ser'Darius Blain) find out Spencer (Alex Wolff) went back into the game on his own, they decide to go rescue him, but they're sucked into the game before they can choose their avatars. Once in Jumanji, they discover that nothing is as they expected it to be.

Spencer's grandfather (Danny DeVito) is now Dr. Smolder Bravestone (Dwayne Johnson). His friend Milo (Danny Glover) is now Moose (Kevin Hart), Fridge is Professor Shelly Oberon (Jack Black) and Bethany is nowhere to be found. Only Martha is the same character — Ruby Roundhouse (Karen Gillan). When they discover Bethany, it turns out her avatar is a horse, ridden by Alex (Nick Jonas), whom they met last time they played the game. Something seems to have gone very wrong — and they think the game is broken. Especially when they learn that not everyone will leave the game alive this time around.

Showtimes:

Thu
    4:00 4:30 7:00 9:55

Jumanji: The Next Level 3D

PG, 123 min

In Jumanji: The Next Level, the gang is back but the game has changed. When teenagers Bethany (Madison Iseman), Martha (Morgan Turner) and Anthony a.k.a. "Fridge" (Ser'Darius Blain) find out Spencer (Alex Wolff) went back into the game on his own, they decide to go rescue him, but they're sucked into the game before they can choose their avatars. Once in Jumanji, they discover that nothing is as they expected it to be.

Spencer's grandfather (Danny DeVito) is now Dr. Smolder Bravestone (Dwayne Johnson). His friend Milo (Danny Glover) is now Moose (Kevin Hart), Fridge is Professor Shelly Oberon (Jack Black) and Bethany is nowhere to be found. Only Martha is the same character — Ruby Roundhouse (Karen Gillan). When they discover Bethany, it turns out her avatar is a horse, ridden by Alex (Nick Jonas), whom they met last time they played the game. Something seems to have gone very wrong — and they think the game is broken. Especially when they learn that not everyone will leave the game alive this time around.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:30 10:25

Knives Out

PG, Comedy, 130 min

When wealthy crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), the patriarch of an eccentric, combative family, dies during a family gathering to celebrate his 85th birthday, the family believes it was suicide. However, famed Southern detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) suspects foul play. He joins forces with a member of the local police, Detective Lieutenant Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield), to investigate.

Detective Blanc asks the family members to remain at the home until the investigation is completed. However, his request is met with disbelief, anger and contempt as the family members turn on each other.

Showtimes:

Wed
    12:45 4:00 7:20 10:30

Last Christmas

PG, Romance, 102 min

This rom-com inspired by the classic Christmas tune of the same name by the music group Wham! revolves around Kate (Emilia Clarke), who has a job as an elf at a year-round Christmas store. While walking around the streets of London during Christmastime, the bad decisions she's made in her life tend to leave her glum, despite the beautiful displays and sounds of cheer. 

That is, until she bumps into Tom (Henry Golding), a happy-go-lucky guy who seems almost too good to be true. Despite being almost complete opposites, the two find themseves attracted to what makes them different, while Tom sees through the barriers Kate has put up. For the first time in a long while, Christmastime becomes one of joy for Kate. 

Showtimes:

Wed
    9:40

Les Misérables: The Staged Concert

Concert, 180 min

Seen by over 120 million people worldwide, LES MISÉRABLES is undisputedly one of the world's most popular musicals. Coinciding with its 35th triumphant year in London's West End, Cameron Mackintosh produced a spectacular sell-out staged concert version at the Gielgud Theatre featuring an all-star cast including Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Matt Lucas and John Owen Jones. Now cinema audiences can experience a live broadcast of the musical phenomenon which broke box office records and sold out its entire 16 week season. Featuring a cast and orchestra of over 65 and including the songs I Dreamed A Dream, Bring Him Home, One Day More and On My Own this sensational staged concert is not to be missed - an absolute must-see for any fans of musical theatre or live event cinema.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

PG, Action/Adventure, 118 min

Princess Aurora (Elle Fanning) is living as the Queen of the Moors when her beloved, Prince Philip (Harris Dickinson), asks her to marry him. Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) is furious about the upcoming marriage, but in order to keep the peace, Philip's parents, King John (Robert Lindsay) and Queen Ingrith (Michelle Pfeiffer), hold an engagement dinner at their castle, with Aurora and Maleficent as the honored guests.

However, the dinner doesn't go as planned when Maleficent clashes with the scheming Queen Ingrith. Maleficent lashes out and casts a spell that leaves King John in a deep sleep. As Maleficent flees, she's hit by an iron bullet from Ingrith’s henchwoman. Rescued by dark fairies who have been cast off by humans and are therefore eager for revenge, Maleficent is in awe by the discovery of a race of her own kind and decides to join their quest.

Showtimes:

Wed
    12:30 3:35

Playing with Fire

G, Comedy, 96 min

After fire superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena) and his elite team of expert firefighters (Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo and Tyler Mane) rescue three young siblings — Bryn (Brianna Hildebrand), Will (Christian Convery) and Zoey (Finley Rose Slater) from a burning home, they're unable to locate the children's parents.

With no option other than to watch over the children until their parents can be found, Jake makes them promise to behave so the firefighters can do their jobs. Unfortunately, the children are undisciplined and quickly take over the fire depot with their antics.

Showtimes:

Wed
    12:50 3:25

Playmobil: The Movie

G, Animation, 99 min

Marla (Anya Taylor-Joy) and her brother Charlie (Gabriel Bateman) unexpectedly find themselves transported and separated into a living and animated world of Playmobil toys. Marla gets help from a local named Del (Jim Gaffigan), a man with connections to the kinds of people who can help find her brother, like super spy Rex Dasher (Daniel Radcliffe). They soon learn that Charlie isn't the only one to have gone missing over the last few months.

When they find out that Charlie has been captured along with the other missing Playmobil citizens by the forces of Emperor Maximus (Adam Lambert) to be unwilling participants in gladiatorial style games, the trio sets out on an adventure to reunite the siblings and find some way home.

Showtimes:

Wed
    1:00 3:50 6:40

Queen & Slim

14A, Drama, 132 min

Costco worker Slim (Daniel Kaluuya) and criminal defense attorney Queen (Jodie Turner-Smith) go on a first date after meeting on Tinder. They hit it off, even though she tells him she picked him because he looked sad in his picture, which made her feel sorry for him. As they're chatting on the drive home, Slim forgets to put his turn signal on and is pulled over by a white police officer.

The officer takes offense when Slim makes a comment about how cold it is outside and angrily tells Slim to put his hands up and get on the ground. Queen gets out of the car to ask why Slim is being arrested. She tells the police officer she's an attorney and informs him she's going to take out her cell phone. However, the police officer reaches for his gun. In the ensuing chaos, the police officer is shot dead and the entire incident is captured on his dashcam video.

Rather than turn themselves in and face a bigoted police force, Queen and Slim go on the run and are dubbed "the black Bonnie & Clyde." Thrown together, the two begin to fall in love as they try to elude the authorities.

Showtimes:

Wed
    12:50 4:00 7:10 10:10

Terminator: Dark Fate

14A, Action/Adventure, 128 min

Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) experiences a terrible, life-changing loss. Years later, Skynet deploys a powerful new Rev-9 Terminator (Gabriel Luna), deadlier than any previous model, to hunt down and kill Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes), who is key to the new future resistance.

Grace (Mackenzie Davis), an augmented human super soldier, time travels to Mexico to save Dani and is joined by a battle-hardened Sarah Connor. The three women are led to a T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger) from Sarah's past. His involvement may prove to be their best hope to save not only themselves, but the future.

Showtimes:

Wed
    9:10

The Good Liar

14A, Drama, 109 min

Now in his eighties, career con artist Roy Courtnay (Ian McKellen) wants to pull off one more con, with a windfall comfortable enough to retire on. He can hardly believe his luck when he meets wealthy widow Betty McLeish (Helen Mirren) on an internet dating site. Betty readily opens her home and life to him, but their relationship becomes more complicated than Roy could have ever anticipated.

Based on author Nicholas Searle's debut novel of the same name.

Showtimes:

Wed
    3:00 6:05