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Fri 11/27 (*1:00) (*3:30) 6:00 8:30
Sat 11/28 (*1:00) (*3:30) 6:00 8:30
Sun 11/29 (*12:15) (*2:45) 5:15 7:45
Mon 11/30 (*2:45) (*5:15) 7:45
Tues 12/1 (*5:15) 7:45
Weds 12/2 (*5:15) 7:45
Thurs 12/3 (*5:15) 7:45 
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Miss You Already

Fri 11/27 (*3:30) 6:00 8:30
Sat 11/28 (*3:30) 6:00 8:30
Sun 11/29 (*2:45) 5:15 7:45
Mon 11/30 (*2:45) (*5:15) 7:45
Tues 12/1 (*5:15) 7:45
Weds 12/2 (*5:15) 7:45
Thurs 12/3 (*5:15) 7:45 
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A Brilliant Young Mind

Fri 11/27 8:30
Sat 11/28 8:30
Sun 11/29 7:45
Mon 11/30 7:45
ENDS Tues 12/1 7:45
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Fri 11/27 (*1:00) (*3:30) 6:00
Sat 11/28
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Sun 11/29 (*12:15) (*2:45) 5:30
Mon 11/30 (*2:45) (*5:30)
Tues 12/1 (*5:30)
Weds 12/2 (*5:30) 7:45
Thurs 12/3 (*5:30) 7:45
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Learning To Drive

Fri 11/27 (*1:00)
Sat 11/28 (*1:00)
ENDS Sun 11/29 (*12:15)
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Ireland/UK/Canada. 2015. Directed by John Crowley. (105 mins.) Rated PG-13.

In BROOKLYN, Saoirse Ronan lights the way as our guide back in time, to a place where immigrants found opportunity, as well as open arms, in an America that looks oh-so lovely!  


In this moving romantic drama, an ambitious young woman (Saoirse Ronan, THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL) is lured from Ireland by the American Dream in the wake of World War II and in search of a better life. She staves off loneliness by boarding with an amusing, catty collection of girls in a cramped boarding house with a stern landlady (the scene-stealing Julie Walters) to keep her in line, and she soon finds herself swept off her feet by a sweet Italian boy. But when family news brings her back to Ireland, she finds herself at a vexing crossroads about where to call home. Masterfully adapted by Nick Hornby for the screen, BROOKLYN is a rich, vibrant, stirring tale about finding one's place in the world.



United States. 2015. Directed by Catherine Hardwicke. (112 mins.) Rated PG-13.

Starring Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette, MISS YOU ALREADY is an honest, powerful and unflinching tale that celebrates a life-long friendship and the triumphs and trials that come with it!


An honest, indelible and insightful portrait of the highs, lows and heartaches of an enduring friendship, MISS YOU ALREADY is a touching, comedic drama about a lifelong relationship put to the test in the wake of challenging news. Drew Barrymore and Toni Collette deliver dynamic performances as Jess and Milly, friends since primary school who are utterly inseparable, but their relationship hits a rough patch as one struggles to start a family while at the same time a troubling diagnosis disrupts the other's happy-go-lucky life. Director Catherine Hardwicke's intimate style results in a resonating, poignant, often comical journey with two women who remain, through it all, each other's ultimate soulmate.



UK. 2015. Directed by Morgan Matthews. (111 mins.) Not Rated.

A BRILLIANT YOUNG MIND is a sweet, smart, satisfying tale of grace and sensitivity!


This inspirational and heart-warming drama is a story of profound warmth and emerges as one of the year's most rewarding discoveries. Diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum from a very young age, Nathan (Asa Butterfield) is a teenage math prodigy who has always struggled to relate to people, even his affectionate, patient mother (Sally Hawkins). When Nathan's talents win him a place to compete in the International Mathematics Olympiad, he is confronted by a series of unexpected challenges, including the irrational nature of love. A BRILLIANT YOUNG MIND is about more than connecting numbers - it's about connecting hearts.



UK. 2015. Directed by Sarah Gavron. (106 mins.) Rated PG-13.

SUFFRAGETTE is a relevant and fiercely intelligent period piece that perfectly captures the pulse and passion of a past era!

Profoundly moving, SUFFRAGETTE tells the story of the women who were foot soldiers in the fight for the right to vote in the early 20th century, ordinary women who risked their jobs, homes, children - even their lives - in hopes of breaking the cycles of injustice, poverty, and abuse that so many women endure. One such is Maud (Carey Mulligan), a laundry worker since childhood who joins the evolving movement guided by Edith (Helena Bonham Carter) and inspired from afar by the charismatic Mrs. Pankhurst (Meryl Streep). An exemplary homage to the working women whose passion, devotion and vision gained British women the vote, this evocative tribute is an inspiring and powerful reminder that positive change is always worth fighting for.



United States/UK. 2015. Directed by Isabel Coixet. (90 mins.) Rated R.

LEARNING TO DRIVE is an intelligent, heartfelt and beautifully acted tale of friendship!

A perceptive, feel-good comedy about an improbable friendship,LEARNING TO DRIVE introduces us to Wendy Shields (Patricia Clarkson), a successful book editor whose comfortable twenty-year marriage crumbles around her overnight. In order to visit her daughter, she must reclaim her independence and finally learn how to drive. When she meets an instructor (Ben Kingsley) who has some unique roadblocks of his own, together they look for the strength to help each other and move forward. This charmer will warm your heart!


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