May 4, 2023
In a career-defining performance, Bill Nighy plays Williams, a 1950’s London civil servant who struggles to maintain order under mountains of paperwork. Overwhelmed at work and lonely at home, his life takes a heartbreaking turn when a medical diagnosis tells him time is short. Influenced by a local decadent (Tom Burke) and the vibrant Margaret (Aimee Lou Wood), Williams continues to search for meaning until a simple revelation gives him the purpose to create a legacy for the next generation. (C) (2022) (1h 42min) (PG-13).
“Everything Everywhere All At Once”
May 11, 2023
Winner of this year’s Best Picture and 6 other Oscars, Everything Everywhere All at Once tells the story of a woman whose Laundromat is teetering on the brink of failure and her marriage to wimpy husband, Waymond, is on the rocks. Overworked Evelyn Wang struggles to cope with everything, including tattered relationships with her judgmental father, Gong Gong, and her daughter, Joy. She must also brace herself for an unpleasant meeting with an impersonal bureaucrat, Deirdre, the shabbily-dressed IRS auditor. However, as the stern agent loses patience, an inexplicable multiverse rift becomes an eye-opening exploration of parallel realities. Will Evelyn jump down the rabbit hole? (C) (2022) (2h 19m) (R for some violence, sexual material and language).
“80 For Brady”
May 18, 2023
Academy Award nominee Lily Tomlin, and winners Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, and Sally Field star in this hilarious and heartfelt comedy, inspired by a true story of friendship and adventure. Four lifelong friends set out on an unforgettable journey to see their hero Tom Brady play in Super Bowl LI and witness one of the greatest comebacks in sports history, discovering that it’s never too late to live life to the fullest. (C) (2023) (1h 38m) (PG-13).
“All Quiet on the Western Front”
May 25, 2023
The story follows teenagers Paul Bäumer and his friends Albert and Müller, who voluntarily enlist in the German army, riding a wave of patriotic fervor that quickly dissipates once they face the brutal realities of life on the front. Paul’s preconceptions about the enemy and the rights and wrongs of the conflict soon crumble. However, amid the countdown to armistice, Paul must carry on fighting until the end, with no purpose other than to satisfy the top brass’ desire to end the war on a German offensive. (C) (2022) (2h 28m) (R for bloody war violence and grisly images.).
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