Friday, September 7th@ 1:30PM
Flags Of Our Fathers
Ryan Phillippe, Jesse Bradford,
Based on the bestselling book by James Bradley and Ron Powers, “Flags of our Fathers” tells the stories of the six men who raised the American flag in the famous photo at Iwo Jima. This film deals with the mental and emotional struggle that affected the survivors of this battle which was a turning point in WWII. Contains very graphic battle scenes.
Rated R, 132 minutes, 2006
96 minutes, 1957
Friday, September 14th @ 1:30PM
Robert De Niro, Paul Dano
Nick Flynn is a young writer who was abandoned years ago by his father Jonathan. Suddenly facing eviction, Jonathan reaches out to Nick and the two come face-to-face but Jonathan flits away again. Moving on, Nick takes a job at a homeless shelter, where one night he runs in to Jonathan. To give the two of them a shot at a real future, Nick will have to decide whom to seek redemption for first.
Rated R, 102 minutes, 2012
Friday, September 21st @ 1:30PM
Kevin Kline, Sigourney Weaver, Charles Grodin, Ben Kingsley
Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver star as the President and First Lady in this political farce. It's double the comic confusion when Dave, hired as a look-alike stand-in for the President of the United States, is forced to make his part-time masquerade a full-time reality. Filled with star-studded cameos by Hollywood actors, real reporters, and actual U.S. senators, DAVE is a humorous look at the comedic consequences of trying to pull one over on the American public.
Rated PG-13, 105 minutes, 1993
Friday, September 28th @ 1:30PM
Mark Wahlberg, Giovanni
Ribisi, Kate Beckensale
A security guard with financial troubles considers a return to his smuggling ways when an associate offers a potentially lucrative opportunity.
Rated R, 109 minutes, 2012