Current Schedule

Jan
29
Thu
INTERSTELLAR in 70mm
Jan 29 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(US, 2014) Directed by Christopher Nolan. Screenplay by Christopher Nolan and Jonathan Nolan. Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy, John Lithgow, Michael Caine, Ellen Burstyn, Matt Damon and Bill Irwin as the voice of TARS.

Don’t miss your first and only chance in Connecticut to see Interstellar on film (in awesome 70mm!), the format specifically recommended by celluloid devotee director Christopher Nolan! Unlike Gravity, Melancholia, and most cosmological movies, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar gets a “thumbs up” from most physicists. And environmental activists like it, too, as the film opens on an eerily familiar Earth that no longer provides a safe home for humanity. Former astronaut-turned-farmer Matthew McConaughey, who wants a better life for his daughter, joins NASA’s late game, Hail Mary pass – to search out a wormhole that may lead to a planet still unspoiled by the human touch.

“…by turns edgy, breathtaking, hopeful, and heartbreaking. It’s an amazing achievement that deserves to be seen on the biggest screen with the best sound system possible.” – James Berardinelli, Reelviews.com.

169 min.

Jan
30
Fri
INTERSTELLAR in 70mm
Jan 30 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(US, 2014) Directed by Christopher Nolan. Screenplay by Christopher Nolan and Jonathan Nolan. Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy, John Lithgow, Michael Caine, Ellen Burstyn, Matt Damon and Bill Irwin as the voice of TARS.

Don’t miss your first and only chance in Connecticut to see Interstellar on film (in awesome 70mm!), the format specifically recommended by celluloid devotee director Christopher Nolan! Unlike Gravity, Melancholia, and most cosmological movies, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar gets a “thumbs up” from most physicists. And environmental activists like it, too, as the film opens on an eerily familiar Earth that no longer provides a safe home for humanity. Former astronaut-turned-farmer Matthew McConaughey, who wants a better life for his daughter, joins NASA’s late game, Hail Mary pass – to search out a wormhole that may lead to a planet still unspoiled by the human touch.

“…by turns edgy, breathtaking, hopeful, and heartbreaking. It’s an amazing achievement that deserves to be seen on the biggest screen with the best sound system possible.” – James Berardinelli, Reelviews.com.

169 min.

Jan
31
Sat
INTERSTELLAR in 70mm
Jan 31 @ 2:30 pm – 2:30 pm

(US, 2014) Directed by Christopher Nolan. Screenplay by Christopher Nolan and Jonathan Nolan. Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy, John Lithgow, Michael Caine, Ellen Burstyn, Matt Damon and Bill Irwin as the voice of TARS.

Don’t miss your first and only chance in Connecticut to see Interstellar on film (in awesome 70mm!), the format specifically recommended by celluloid devotee director Christopher Nolan! Unlike Gravity, Melancholia, and most cosmological movies, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar gets a “thumbs up” from most physicists. And environmental activists like it, too, as the film opens on an eerily familiar Earth that no longer provides a safe home for humanity. Former astronaut-turned-farmer Matthew McConaughey, who wants a better life for his daughter, joins NASA’s late game, Hail Mary pass – to search out a wormhole that may lead to a planet still unspoiled by the human touch.

“…by turns edgy, breathtaking, hopeful, and heartbreaking. It’s an amazing achievement that deserves to be seen on the biggest screen with the best sound system possible.” – James Berardinelli, Reelviews.com.

169 min.

INTERSTELLAR in 70mm
Jan 31 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(US, 2014) Directed by Christopher Nolan. Screenplay by Christopher Nolan and Jonathan Nolan. Cast: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy, John Lithgow, Michael Caine, Ellen Burstyn, Matt Damon and Bill Irwin as the voice of TARS.

Don’t miss your first and only chance in Connecticut to see Interstellar on film (in awesome 70mm!), the format specifically recommended by celluloid devotee director Christopher Nolan! Unlike Gravity, Melancholia, and most cosmological movies, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar gets a “thumbs up” from most physicists. And environmental activists like it, too, as the film opens on an eerily familiar Earth that no longer provides a safe home for humanity. Former astronaut-turned-farmer Matthew McConaughey, who wants a better life for his daughter, joins NASA’s late game, Hail Mary pass – to search out a wormhole that may lead to a planet still unspoiled by the human touch.

“…by turns edgy, breathtaking, hopeful, and heartbreaking. It’s an amazing achievement that deserves to be seen on the biggest screen with the best sound system possible.” – James Berardinelli, Reelviews.com.

169 min.

Feb
1
Sun
THE BABADOOK
Feb 1 @ 2:30 pm – 2:30 pm

(Australia, 2014) Written and directed by Jennifer Kent. Illustrations by Alex Juhasz. Cast: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley McElhinney, Daniel Henshall, and Ben Winspear.

“If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of the Babadook.” Don’t say we didnít warn you – Babadook is the most genuinely terrifying movie we’ve shown since (the original Swedish) Let the Right One In! A young widow (Essie Davis) struggles with her 8-year-old son Samuelís fears and tantrums as best she can. But rational thought goes out the window when they start reading a pop-up book with a monster called the Babadook, whose power to haunt the mind is chillingly real.
“Shot in chilly shades of blue, The Babadook will haunt anyone who’s ever wondered what was under the bed, in the dark.” Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times.

95 min.

THE BABADOOK
Feb 1 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(Australia, 2014) Written and directed by Jennifer Kent. Illustrations by Alex Juhasz. Cast: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley McElhinney, Daniel Henshall, and Ben Winspear.

“If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of the Babadook.” Don’t say we didnít warn you – Babadook is the most genuinely terrifying movie we’ve shown since (the original Swedish) Let the Right One In! A young widow (Essie Davis) struggles with her 8-year-old son Samuelís fears and tantrums as best she can. But rational thought goes out the window when they start reading a pop-up book with a monster called the Babadook, whose power to haunt the mind is chillingly real.
“Shot in chilly shades of blue, The Babadook will haunt anyone who’s ever wondered what was under the bed, in the dark.” Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times.

95 min.

Feb
2
Mon
THE BABADOOK
Feb 2 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(Australia, 2014) Written and directed by Jennifer Kent. Illustrations by Alex Juhasz. Cast: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley McElhinney, Daniel Henshall, and Ben Winspear.

“If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of the Babadook.” Don’t say we didnít warn you – Babadook is the most genuinely terrifying movie we’ve shown since (the original Swedish) Let the Right One In! A young widow (Essie Davis) struggles with her 8-year-old son Samuelís fears and tantrums as best she can. But rational thought goes out the window when they start reading a pop-up book with a monster called the Babadook, whose power to haunt the mind is chillingly real.
“Shot in chilly shades of blue, The Babadook will haunt anyone who’s ever wondered what was under the bed, in the dark.” Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times.

95 min.

Feb
3
Tue
THE BABADOOK
Feb 3 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(Australia, 2014) Written and directed by Jennifer Kent. Illustrations by Alex Juhasz. Cast: Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman, Hayley McElhinney, Daniel Henshall, and Ben Winspear.

“If it’s in a word, or it’s in a look, you can’t get rid of the Babadook.” Don’t say we didnít warn you – Babadook is the most genuinely terrifying movie we’ve shown since (the original Swedish) Let the Right One In! A young widow (Essie Davis) struggles with her 8-year-old son Samuelís fears and tantrums as best she can. But rational thought goes out the window when they start reading a pop-up book with a monster called the Babadook, whose power to haunt the mind is chillingly real.
“Shot in chilly shades of blue, The Babadook will haunt anyone who’s ever wondered what was under the bed, in the dark.” Moira MacDonald, Seattle Times.

95 min.

Feb
4
Wed
TOP FIVE
Feb 4 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(US, 2014) Written and directed by Chris Rock. Cast: Chris Rock, Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Hart, Tracy Morgan, Cedric the Entertainer, JB Smoove.

Comedian Chris Rock takes on the Woody Allen writer/director/actor dance in his new film, Top Five. And not unlike Allen’s Stardust Memories, his main character is a famous comic actor who wants to make a serious film, disappointing fans who just want more of the same. The difference is that Top Five is actually a very funny movie, one that gently mocks comedians’ craving to be taken seriously. Rock’s success comes from his unique take on life in NYC as a black celebrity, and from his fantastic cast, from Rosario Dawson to Cedric the Entertainer, JB Smoove and Ben Vereen.

“It’s a slap-happy movie and often scurrilously funny – the sound of a gifted comic mind finally finding its onscreen voice.” – Ty Burr, Boston Globe.

101 min.

Feb
5
Thu
TOP FIVE
Feb 5 @ 7:30 pm – 7:30 pm

(US, 2014) Written and directed by Chris Rock. Cast: Chris Rock, Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Hart, Tracy Morgan, Cedric the Entertainer, JB Smoove.

Comedian Chris Rock takes on the Woody Allen writer/director/actor dance in his new film, Top Five. And not unlike Allen’s Stardust Memories, his main character is a famous comic actor who wants to make a serious film, disappointing fans who just want more of the same. The difference is that Top Five is actually a very funny movie, one that gently mocks comedians’ craving to be taken seriously. Rock’s success comes from his unique take on life in NYC as a black celebrity, and from his fantastic cast, from Rosario Dawson to Cedric the Entertainer, JB Smoove and Ben Vereen.

“It’s a slap-happy movie and often scurrilously funny – the sound of a gifted comic mind finally finding its onscreen voice.” – Ty Burr, Boston Globe.

101 min.