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Sunday 19, August

The Beatles: Yellow Submarine

The Beatles: Yellow Submarine

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Sunday 19, August

Titanic

Titanic

PG-13for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

Sunday 19, August

The Meg

The Meg

PG-13Action/peril, bloody images and some language.

Sunday 19, August

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

PGFor some action.

Sunday 19, August

Monday 20, August

Titanic

Titanic

PG-13for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

Monday 20, August

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

PGFor some action.

The Meg

The Meg

PG-13Action/peril, bloody images and some language.

Tuesday 21, August

Titanic

Titanic

PG-13for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

Tuesday 21, August

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

PGFor some action.

The Meg

The Meg

PG-13Action/peril, bloody images and some language.

Wednesday 22, August

Titanic

Titanic

PG-13for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

Wednesday 22, August

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

PGFor some action.

Wednesday 22, August

The Meg

The Meg

PG-13Action/peril, bloody images and some language.

Wednesday 22, August

Thursday 23, August

Titanic

Titanic

PG-13for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

Thursday 23, August

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

PGFor some action.

Thursday 23, August

The Meg

The Meg

PG-13Action/peril, bloody images and some language.

Thursday 23, August

The Happytime Murders

The Happytime Murders

Rfor strong crude and sexual content and language throughout, and some drug material

Thursday 23, August

Monday 27, August

Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Won't You Be My Neighbor?

PG-13For some thematic elements and language.

Monday 27, August

Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

PGFor some action.

In the heartwarming live action adventure Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” the young boy who shared countless adventures with his band of lovable stuffed animals in the Hundred Acre Wood is now grown up and living in London but he has lost his way. Now it is up to his childhood friends to venture into our world and help Christopher Robin rediscover the joys of family life, the value of friendship and to appreciate the simple pleasures in life once again.

Sunday 19, August

Wednesday 22, August

Thursday 23, August

Show Future Dates
The Beatles: Yellow Submarine

The Beatles: Yellow Submarine

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An icon of psychedelic pop culture, Yellow Submarine is a colourful musical spectacle and an exhilaratingly joyful cinematic experience for all ages – filled with visual invention, optical illusions, word play, and glorious, glorious music.

Once upon a time….or maybe twice….there was an unearthly paradise called Pepperland, 80,000 leagues under the sea it lay, a place where beauty, happiness, and music reign supreme.

But this peaceful harmony is shattered when the Blue Meanies invade with their army of storm bloopers, apple bonkers, snapping turtle turks, and the menacing flying glove in an attempt to stop the music and drain Pepperland of all colour and hope. So it’s The Beatles to the rescue, as our animated heroes team up with Young Fred and the Nowhere Man and journey across seven seas to free Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, make peace with the Meanies, and restore music, colour, and love to the world.

But beyond all the glorious music, Yellow Submarine is a landmark in animation, with Heinz Edelmann’s inspired art direction conjuring up a non-stop parade of wildly different styles and techniques. From the paper-doll residents of Pepperland, to the tinted photography of the soot covered roofs and smokestacks Liverpool, the menagerie of fanciful characters in the Sea of Monsters, the kaleidoscopic colour-splashed rotoscoping of Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, the vertigo inducing op-art of the Sea of Holes, and the triumphant euphony of the It’s All Too Much finale, the film is simply a joy.

Sunday 19, August

The Happytime Murders

The Happytime Murders

Rfor strong crude and sexual content and language throughout, and some drug material

THE HAPPYTIME MURDERS is set in the underbelly of Los Angeles where puppets and humans coexist. Two clashing detectives, one human and one puppet, are forced to work together to try and solve who is brutally murdering the former cast of “The Happytime Gang,” a beloved classic puppet show.

Thursday 23, August

The Meg

The Meg

PG-13Action/peril, bloody images and some language.

Five years ago, expert sea diver and Naval Captain Jonas Taylor encountered an unknown danger in the unexplored recesses of the Mariana Trench that forced him to abort his mission and abandon half his crew. Though the tragic incident earned him a dishonorable discharge, what ultimately cost him his career, his marriage and any semblance of honor was his unsupported and incredulous claims of what caused it - an attack on his vessel by a mammoth, 70-foot sea creature, believed to be extinct for more than a million years. But when a submersible lies sunk and disabled at the bottom of the ocean - carrying his ex-wife among the team onboard - he is the one who gets the call. Whether a shot at redemption or a suicide mission, Jonas must confront his fears and risk his own life and the lives of everyone trapped below on a single question: Could the Carcharodon Megalodon - the largest marine predator that ever existed - still be alive ... and on the hunt?

Sunday 19, August

Wednesday 22, August

Thursday 23, August

Show Future Dates
Titanic

Titanic

PG-13for disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.

Titanic, winner of 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director, will return to select theaters nationwide for an exclusive one-week engagement starting Dec 1st in Dolby Cinema at AMC.

Sunday 19, August

Monday 20, August

Tuesday 21, August

Wednesday 22, August

Thursday 23, August

Show Future Dates
Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Won't You Be My Neighbor?

PG-13For some thematic elements and language.

Fred Rogers led a singular life. He was a puppeteer. A minister. A musician. An educator. A father, a husband, and a neighbor. Fred Rogers spent 50 years on children’s television beseeching us to love and to allow ourselves to be loved. With television as his pulpit, he helped transform the very concept of childhood. He used puppets and play to explore the most complicated issues of the day—race, disability, equality and tragedy. He spoke directly to children and they responded by forging a lifelong bond with him—by the millions. And yet today his impact is unclear. WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? explores the question of whether or not we have lived up to Fred's ideal. Are we all good neighbors?

Monday 27, August