BlacKkKlansman

18A, Comedy, 135 min

In the early 1970s, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) becomes the Colorado Springs police department’s first black police officer. When he spots an ad asking people to call the Ku Klux Klan for more information, he dials and reaches David Duke, the Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan. He tells Duke he hates Blacks, Jews, Mexicans, Italians, Irish and Chinese. And anyone else who doesn't have pure white Aryan blood running through their veins.

Through his contact with Duke, Ron discovers that the Ku Klux Klan is planning an attack. He gets Flip Zimmerman (Adam Driver), a white officer, to play him in order to meet face to face with Duke and his fellow Klan members.

Flip asks the members of the Klan what they're planning, but his questions raise suspicions and they make him take a "Jew lie detector" test. Nonetheless, the Klan allows no less than three undercover cops to join their den, as Stallworth and his fellow cops hilariously disprove all their delusions of white superiority.

Based on the autobiography Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    6:15 9:40

Christopher Robin

G, Family, 104 min

A young Christopher Robin has a going away party in the Hundred Acre Wood to say goodbye to his stuffed animal friends – Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, Roo, Kanga, Eeyore and Owl. He promises he will never forget them as he heads off for boarding school, but as an adult, Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) is much too busy to think about his friends. In fact, he barely has time for his wife Evelyn (Hayley Atwell) or daughter Madeline (Bronte Carmichael), because he's far too busy at work.

The company he works for is facing severe cutbacks, so Christopher Robin has to work on the weekend instead of going to the cottage with his family as he promised. Meanwhile, when Winnie the Pooh can't find his friends, he appeals to Christopher Robin for help. Although consumed by work, Christopher still has a soft spot in his heart for Pooh and takes the bear back to the Hundred Acre Wood again, where Christopher is not only able to help Pooh, but remembers the value of friendship.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    6:55 9:45

Eighth Grade

14A, Drama, 93 min

Kayla (Elsie Fisher) has an online blog in which she tries to help other kids like herself navigate the social ins and outs of being a teen. She advises other kids to face their fears and let other people know the "real you." 

However, that's easier said than done, even for Kayla, who is mortified when she's labeled the "most quiet" of her eighth grade class. She considers herself funny, cool and talkative, although she admits she doesn't talk a lot at school. While trying to bond with other girls, she finds their attention is so far into their cell phones that they don't even hear her. 

She has a great dad, but she finds him embarrassing, so she limits communication with him, hoping instead to be accepted by the kids at school. Even though eighth grade can be hard, she looks forward to next year, when she'll be starting high school.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    7:10 10:10

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

PG, Musical, 114 min

Three years after the events of the first film, when Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) discovers that she is pregnant, she feels terrified at the thought of having to raise a child. She reveals the news to her mother’s friends Rosie (Julie Walters) and Tanya (Christine Baranski), and to her three fathers, Bill (Stellan Skarsgård), Sam (Pierce Brosnan) and Harry (Colin Firth).

The group reminds her that her own mother, Donna (Meryl Streep) was faced with the same daunting situation thirty years before when she became pregnant with Sophie. They then reveal the story of when a young Donna (Lily James) came to meet and fall in love with three suitors during one fateful summer in Greece, filled with love, heartbreak, and lots of music.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    7:05 9:50

Mission: Impossible - Fallout 3D

PG, Action/Adventure, 147 min

The best intentions often come back to haunt you. MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT finds Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF team (Alec Baldwin, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames) along with some familiar allies (Rebecca Ferguson, Michelle Monaghan) in a race against time after a mission gone wrong. Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett, and Vanessa Kirby also join the dynamic cast with filmmaker Christopher McQuarrie returning to the helm.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    6:35 9:55

Puzzle

14A,

Puzzle
Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles, which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    6:25 9:35

Sorry to Bother You

18A, Comedy, 105 min

In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield) is struggling to make a living. He gets a job as a telemarketer, but it's not until a fellow black employee (Danny Glover) advises him to use his "white" voice, that Cassius becomes successful. He gets promoted to being a "power caller," which puts him on the upper floor, where he's provided all kinds of perks.

However, he soon discovers that what he is being asked to do is morally wrong. His girlfriend Detroit (Tessa Thompson) objects, even when CEO Steve Lift (Armie Hammer) offers him $100,000,000.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    6:40 10:05

Three Identical Strangers

PG, Documentary, 96 min

The true story of how and why identical triplets were separated and years later, when they were 19, these complete strangers named Robert Shafran, David Kellman, and Eddy Galland discovered by accident that they were brothers. 

It all started in 1980, when Bobby Shafran headed to start classes at Sullivan County Community College. When he arrived, other students greeted him as if they knew him, telling him they were happy he was back. He thought it was strange, because he'd never been there before. Until someone called him Eddy. When they figured out he wasn't Eddy, they couldn't believe it. Bobby looked like he could be Eddy's twin. When they realized Eddy and Bobby had the exact same birthday — July 12, 1961 — they thought maybe the two were twins who'd been separated. 

When local newspapers caught wind of this and published a photo of the brothers, friends of David Kellman contacted him, noting the resemblance of the two young men in the newspaper to their friend.

When the three reunite, they're catapulted to international fame, but it also unlocks an extraordinary and disturbing secret. It turns out that the three were the subject of a secret experiment in which identical triplets would be separated, but not told about their siblings. Raised in different families with different economic comforts, the families who adopted them were told that their children were being monitored as an experiment on adopted children, but not that they were triplets who were part of a psychological and behavioral experiment.

In fact, all three boys as youngsters suffered from separation anxiety, with David even telling his parents he had a brother when he was a toddler.  

When the teens find out what happened, they're understandably angry that they were denied information that dramatically impacted their lives. And what's even worse, they're not the only children to have been experimented on.

Showtimes:

Tue - Thu
    6:50 9:25