Ballerina

G, Animation, 89 min

An orphan girl (Elle Fanning) has big dreams of becoming a ballerina. Her friend Victor (Dane DeHaan) decides to help her run away from the small town where they live in order to get her into a ballet school in Paris.

Although she has no formal training, she gets a position as a pupil at the prestigious school. It soon becomes clear that she has a lot of work to do in order to keep up with the other students, who've been training for years. She will dance off against her rival ballerina Camille (Maddie Ziegler), for a coveted part in the ballet recital.

Showtimes:

Fri
    12:40 3:00 5:20

Beauty and the Beast

PG, Family, 129 min

Belle (Emma Watson) lives in a small town in France with her loving father, Maurice (Kevin Kline). He leaves on a trip to the market and when his horse comes back without him, Belle goes looking for him. The horse leads her to an enchanted castle, where Belle finds Maurice imprisoned in a tower by The Beast (Dan Stevens). She offers herself as a prisoner in exchange for her father's release.

The Beast was once a vain, arrogant and handsome prince until an Enchantress cast a spell on him. The Enchantress leaves a rose in a glass case, telling him that when the last petal falls, if he has not found someone to love him, he'll remain a Beast forever, and his servants will become inanimate objects without personalities.

Belle finds to her amazement that the household objects in the castle are alive, and can talk. They wonder if she's "the one" and tell her the Beast is not as terrible as he appears. She slowly gets to know his softer side, just as the townsfolk are preparing to rescue her.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    1:25 4:25 7:30 10:35

Beauty and the Beast 3D

PG, Family, 129 min

When Belle (Emma Watson) goes looking for her missing father, Maurice (Kevin Kline), she finds him imprisoned in a tower within a dark castle belonging to The Beast (Dan Stevens). She offers herself up as a prisoner in exchange for her father's release.

Belle finds to her amazement that the inanimate objects in the castle are alive, and can talk. She makes friends with them and is told that the Beast is not as terrible as he appears. She slowly gets to know the softer side of the frightening creature, just as the townsfolk are preparing to rescue her.

Showtimes:

Fri
    12:20 1:55 3:25 4:55 6:30 8:00 9:35 11:05

CHIPS

14A, Comedy, 100 min

Based on the popular '70s television series of the same name, this spoof film adaptation centers around an FBI agent who is given the alias Francis "Ponch" Poncherello (Michael Peña) and rookie Jon Baker (Dax Shepard).

The two meet when they're put together as partners to go undercover to expose crooked cops within the California Highway Patrol. Jon is excited about it, because he feels the fancy new uniform will impress his wife and save his marriage. While Ponch feels Jon is too intimate with other people, Jon sees Ponch as being too tough and lacking emotion and has a great time teasing him about it.

When they discover the dirty cops are carjackers, led by Vic Brown (Vincent D’Onofrio), they have to come up with a plan to take them down.

Showtimes:

Fri
    2:30 5:05 7:45 10:20

Exhibition on Screen: The Artists Garden: American Impressionism

Program,

Exhibition on Screen: The Artists Garden: American Impressionism

Showtimes:

Sun
    12:55

Get Out

14A, Thriller, 103 min

A young man named Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) is preparing to meet his girlfriend Rose's (Allison Williams) parents for the first time. However, he is skeptical of the introduction because Rose, who's white, hasn't told her parents that he is black. While she sees no importance in the color of his skin, he knows it's going to be an issue.

As they make their way to Rose's family estate, he is immediately subjected to racial profiling by a cop; but he just chocks it up to typical white suburban behavior. When they arrive at the vast estate, Rose's parents (Catherine Keener and Bradley Whitford) do not hide their discomfort at their daughter's choice of suitor. And as the awkward visit drags on, Chris begins to notice that all the African Americans in the town are acting strangely — almost as if they're hypnotized — and soon uncovers a twisted plot that may leave him at the mercy of the townsfolk.

Showtimes:

Fri - Tue
    1:10 3:45 6:50 9:45

Ghost in the Shell 3D

STC, 120 min

Ghost in the Shell 3D

Cyborg agent Motoko Kusanagi (Scarlett Johansson) lives in 2029 futuresque-Japan, where artificial intelligence is more real than reality itself. Although Motoko is aware of what she is, she knows that she was once a human, and longs for the ability to experience that connection again. She has a past, and vows to uncover the mystery around the person she used to be.

With her security team Public Security Section 9, she must take down notorious hacker, the Puppet Master. However, as Motoko begins to question her entire existence, her ability to distinguish where humanity ends and cyborgism begins is put the ultimate test.

Based on the Japanese manga series of the same name by Masamune Shirow.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00 9:45

Goon: Last of the Enforcers

14A, Comedy, 101 min

In this sequel to the cult comedy Goon (2011), the Halifax Highlanders are reaping the benefits of the NHL lockout. As a consequence of the strike, new professional players and old favorites join forces on the bench to bring rough, foul-mouthed hockey back to the rink.

Married with a baby on the way and a body that shouldn't weather another hit, aggressive and highly-skilled brawler Doug "The Thug" Glatt (Seann William Scott) is ready to turn in his skates. But when he learns that his arch rival has been named Captain of the Highlanders and that new ownership threatens to destroy the team, he's lured back to the sport. He laces up and returns to the ice to keep his treasured team together.

Showtimes:

Fri
    1:50 4:30 7:00 9:25

Hidden Figures

PG, Drama, 127 min

The inspirational true story of the first female African-American mathematician, Katherine Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), and her two colleagues, Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monáe), whose groundbreaking calculations helped NASA catch up in the "Space Race" with the Soviet Union and allowed John Glenn (Glen Powell) to become the first American astronaut to successfully make a complete orbit of the Earth.

In addition to helping launch John into orbit, the brilliant women crossed gender and race lines, defied expectations and battled stereotypes. In the process, they inspired generations of people to aim high and dream big.

Showtimes:

Fri - Wed
    9:25

John Wick: Chapter 2

18A, Action/Adventure, 122 min

In a follow up to 2014's John Wick, this film brings back Keanu Reeves in the title role as the former hit man pulled out of retirement. The story tracks John's life since the first film and explores the identity crisis he finds himself in: is he John, the family man who's mourning the death of his wife, or John Wick, the ruthless international assassin?

When a former associate hatches a plan to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild, John realizes his hit man days are far from over. He makes the trip to Rome to demolish the plot, and an epic battle ensues between him and some of the globe’s deadliest killers.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    11:00

Kong: Skull Island

14A, Action, 120 min

In the 1970s, a diverse team of explorers (including Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, and Samuel L. Jackson) is brought together to venture deep into an uncharted but beautiful isolated island that goes by the name of Skull Island, in the Indian Ocean.

They soon discover that the island is home to a wonder of colossal proportions — the gigantic and prehistoric ape known as King Kong, who possesses great strength and semi-human intelligence. As the team ventures deeper into the primate's territory, it becomes clear that they have more to fear than Kong, as there may be more terrifying, blood-thirsty predators lurking inhabiting the island.

Showtimes:

Fri
    12:30 6:20

Kong: Skull Island 3D

14A, Action/Adventure, 120 min

In the 1970s, a diverse team of explorers (including Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson, and Samuel L. Jackson) is brought together to venture deep into an uncharted but beautiful isolated island that goes by the name of Skull Island, in the Indian Ocean.

They soon discover that the island is home to a wonder of colossal proportions — the gigantic and prehistoric ape known as King Kong, who possesses great strength and semi-human intelligence. As the team ventures deeper into the primate's territory, it becomes clear that they have more to fear than Kong, as there may be more terrifying, blood-thirsty predators lurking inhabiting the island.

Showtimes:

Fri
    1:00 3:20 4:00 7:05 9:15 10:05

Life

14A, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, 104 min

The six-person crew aboard the International Space Station includes Roy Adams (Ryan Reynolds), David Jordan (Jake Gyllenhaal) and others. They're initially excited when a Rover discovers the first evidence of life on Mars. Contained in a petri dish, the alien life form is taken aboard their ship.

The crew is elated, but their excitement soon takes a turn when the creature, which initially appeared harmless, attacks one of the astronauts (Ariyon Bakare). The sudden attack creates terror and uncertainty among the crew as they try to figure out what to do in order to make sure the alien does not come with them back to Earth, where it could become a massive threat to humans.

Showtimes:

Fri
    2:50 5:30 8:15 10:55

Logan

18A, Action/Adventure, 137 min

In 2024, an aged and rugged Logan (Hugh Jackman), along with Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), must cope with the loss of the X-Men when a corporation led by Nathaniel Essex is destroying the world. Logan's mutant healing abilities are slowly fading away and Xavier is succumbing to Alzheimer's.

When an 11-year-old mutant girl named Laura Kinney (Dafne Keen) with her own superhuman powers comes into his life, Logan must protect her. Logan, Laura and Professor Xavier must defeat Nathaniel Essex. The trio flee for the Mexican border, in an attempt to keep Laura away from an evil corporation called Transigen.

Showtimes:

Fri
    12:15 12:50 3:35 4:00 6:45 7:25 10:05 10:40

Maudie

PG, Drama, 115 min

In Nova Scotia, Maud Lewis (Sally Hawkins), who suffers from severe arthritis, is hired as a housekeeper by reclusive local fish peddler Everett Lewis (Ethan Hawke).

Despite her crippled hands, Maud yearns to be independent and to live away from her overprotective family, but most of all, she wants to create art. An unlikely romance blossoms between herself and Everett, as she determinedly hones her skills despite her pain, and overcomes the physical challenge of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.

She eventually rises to become one of Canada’s premier folk artists, whose paintings hang in The White House.

  Canadian Connection: Filmed in Newfoundland. Several cast members are Canadian.

Showtimes:

Thu
    7:00

Power Rangers

PG, Action/Adventure, 124 min

In the small town of Angel Grove, five teenagers (Dacre Montgomery, RJ Cyler, Ludi Lin, Naomi Scott, Becky G) who are treated like outcasts by their peers find themselves in a strange cave with colorful, glowing coins. When they fall into the water, they're amazed to find their bodies are glowing, each in a different color.

The next morning they discover that they all have super strength. The kids who once bullied them are surprised to find the five teens are invincible. In order to find out how and why this happened, the five teens decide to go back to the cave where it all began. There they encounter a voice that informs them they are the Power Rangers and they must defeat an evil alien named Rita Repulsa (Elizabeth Banks).

Showtimes:

Fri - Wed
    1:15 4:15 7:15 10:15

Space Jam

G, Comedy, 88 min

Space Jam

His Airness and His Hareness—what a team! Michael Jordan slams, Bugs Bunny jams and a calvacade of Looney Tunes and NBA stars hoop it up in the rim-rattlin' out-of-this-world, roundball romp: SPACE JAM.

Showtimes:

Sat
    11:00AM

T2 Trainspotting

18A, Drama, 117 min

The follow-up to 1996's cult classic Trainspotting, Danny Boyle's long-awaited sequel takes place 20 years after the events of the first film as Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns to Scotland to make amends with Spud (Ewen Bremner) and Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller). However, the trio must also avoid the psychopathic Begbie (Robert Carlyle), who has just been released from prison.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    1:40 4:40 7:40 10:45

The Boss Baby 3D

STC, 97 min

The Boss Baby 3D

This original animated comedy by DreamWorks follows an unusual baby boy (voice of Alec Baldwin). He's bratty, witty, wears a suit, carries a briefcase, is addicted to coffee and has a profound impact on his new family. But Boss Baby has a singular purpose. He's been sent by Baby Corp. to investigate and put an end to Puppy Co., an organization with aims of putting babies out of business in favor of pets.

The story of Boss Baby's arrival and his mission to derail Puppy Co. is humorously told through the eyes of Tim (voice of Miles Bakshi), his imaginative, seven-year-old brother.

Showtimes:

Thu
    6:30 9:10

The LEGO Batman Movie

PG, Action/Adventure, 104 min

LEGO Batman (Will Arnett) lives a lonely life in his Batcave along with his butler Alfred (Ralph Fiennes). He misses his family, but won't admit it. When saving the city from The Joker (Zach Galifianakis), Batman tells The Joker that he means nothing to him. Upset that he is not Batman's greatest enemy, The Joker flees in search of a plan to prove to Batman how wrong he is.

In the meantime, Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon hands the keys of the city to his daughter Barbara (Rosario Dawson), who later becomes Batgirl. While distracted by Barbara's beauty, Batman accepts young orphan Robin's (Michael Cera) plea to be adopted.

Soon, big changes take place in Gotham as The Joker joins forces with other evil masterminds to destroy the city. Batman is forced to drop the lone vigilante thing and work with Batgirl, Robin and Alfred to save Gotham.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    4:10

The LEGO Batman Movie 3D

PG, Action/Adventure, 104 min

LEGO Batman (Will Arnett) lives a lonely life in his Batcave along with his butler Alfred (Ralph Fiennes). He misses his family, but will not admit it. When saving the city from The Joker (Zach Galifianakis), Batman tells The Joker that he means nothing to him. Upset that he is not Batman's greatest enemy, The Joker flees in search of a plan to prove to Batman how wrong he is.

In the meantime, Gotham City Police Commissioner James Gordon hands the keys of the city to his daughter Barbara (Rosario Dawson), who later becomes Batgirl. While distracted by Barbara's beauty, Batman accepts young orphan Robin's (Michael Cera) plea to be adopted.

Soon, big changes take place in Gotham as The Joker joins forces with other evil masterminds to destroy the city. Batman is forced to drop the lone vigilante thing and work with Batgirl, Robin and Alfred to save Gotham.

Showtimes:

Fri
    1:35 6:40

The Metropolitan Opera: Idomeneo

Musical,

The Metropolitan Opera: Idomeneo

Mozart's first operatic masterpiece, Idomeneo will be shown in select cinemas nationwide on Saturday, March 25. James Levine conducts this rare Met revival, set in the aftermath of the Trojan War. Jean-Pierre Ponnelle's classic production, which has its first Met revival in over a decade this season, stars Matthew Polenzani in the title role. The cast also includes Elza van den Heever as Elettra, Nadine Sierra as Ilia, Alice Coote as Idamante, and Alan Opie as Arbace.

Sung in Italian with Met titles in English, German, Italian and Spanish.

Encore performances in select theaters on May 6, 8, and 10, 2017.

Showtimes:

Sat
    12:55

The Shack

PG, Drama, 132 min

When Mack Philips (Sam Worthington) takes three of his children on a camping trip, his youngest daughter, Missy, goes missing. Evidence discovered in an abandoned shack leads authorities to believe she was kidnapped and murdered by a serial killer, although her body isn't found.

Four years later, Mack receives a note in his mailbox asking him to return to the shack. The note is signed from "Papa" and Mack suspects it could be from God, whom his wife Nan (Radha Mitchell) always refers to as "Papa." Against his better judgment, he accepts the invitation and finds something there that will change his life forever.

  Canadian Connection: Based on the bestselling novel by Canadian author William Paul Young. The movie was filmed in British Columbia and several cast members are Canadian.

Showtimes:

Fri - Sat
    7:55