Directed by Fred F. Sears. US. 1956. NR. 1 hour 23 minutes. Sony. Digital.
Relive the exciting days of sci-fi movie matinees with this classic! Featuring extraordinary visual effects by cinematic genius Ray Harryhausen, the film pits earthlings against alien humanoids in a violent battle for Earth’s survival! When the aliens arrive at the U.S. Army base in search of help for their dying planet, they try to make friendly contact with scientist Dr. Russ Marvin (Hugh Marlowe). The military greets . . .
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Doors & Pre-Show Entertainment at 7:00 PM – Movies start at 8:00 PM*Take advantage of the wonderful weather (and your membership) by joining fellow members on the Colonial’s rooftop deck for a series of special outdoor screenings! What’s playing? That’ll be a surprise until show time – but we can tell you that each title is a gem! So bring your favorite camping chair and . . .
Directed by Don Siegel. US. 1956. NR. 1 hour 20 minutes. Paramount. Digital.
Something is wrong with the town of Santa Mira, California. At first, Dr. Miles Bennell (Kevin McCarthy) is unconcerned when the townsfolk accuse their loved ones of acting like emotionless imposters. Soon the evidence is overwhelming–Santa Mira has been invaded by alien “pods” that are capable of replicating humans and taking possession of their identities. It’s up to McCarthy to spread the word of warning, battling the alien . . .
Directed by Emile Ardolino. US. 1987. PG-13. 1 hour 40 minutes. Lionsgate. Digital.
You’ll have the time of your life when this summertime classic returns to the big screen! Baby (Jennifer Grey) is one listless summer away from the Peace Corps. Hoping to enjoy her youth while it lasts, she’s disappointed when her summer plans deposit her at a sleepy resort in the Catskills with her parents. Her luck turns around, however, when the resort’s dance instructor, Johnny (Patrick Swayze . . .
Directed by John G. Alvidsen. US. 1984. PG. 2 hours 7 minutes. Sony. Digital.
The feel-good favorite from the director of Rocky is back to kick up plenty of cheers from the current crowd! When Daniel (Ralph Macchio) moves to Southern California with his mother, he quickly finds himself the target of a group of bullies who study karate at the Cobra Kai dojo. Fortunately, Daniel befriends Mr. Miyagi (Noriyuki “Pat” Morita), an unassuming handy man who just happens to be a martial . . .
Directed by David and Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin. US. 1970. NR. 1 hour 31 minutes. Janus Films. Digital.
Called the greatest rock film ever made, this landmark documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their notorious 1969 U.S. tour. When three hundred thousand members of the Love Generation collided with a few dozen Hells Angels at San Francisco’s Altamont Speedway, Documentary pioneers David and Albert Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin were there to capture this historic tour that culminates with the infamous Altamont concert. Also features appearances by . . .
Directed by David Anspaugh. US. 1993. PG. 1 hour 56 minutes. Sony. Digital.
Get ready for football season with this crowd-pleasing, inspirational true story! Rudy Ruettiger (Sean Astin) wants to play football at the University of Notre Dame, but has neither the money for tuition nor the grades to qualify for a scholarship. Rudy redoubles his efforts to get out of the steel mill where his father works when his best friend (Christopher Reed) dies in an accident there. Overcoming his dyslexia . . .
Directed by George Lucas . US. 1973. PG. 1 hour 52 minutes. Universal. Digital.
Say goodbye to summer with this classic comedy/drama from a pre-Star Wars George Lucas! On the last day of summer vacation in 1962, friends Curt (Richard Dreyfuss), Steve (Ronny Howard), Terry (Charles Martin Smith) and John (Paul Le Mat) cruise the streets of small-town California while a mysterious disc jockey (Wolfman Jack) spins classic rock’n’roll tunes. It’s the last night before their grown-up . . .
Directed by Michael Curtiz. US. 1945. NR. 1 hour 51 minutes. Warner Bros.. Digital.
When Mildred Pierce’s (Joan Crawford) wealthy husband leaves her for another woman, Mildred decides to raise her two daughters on her own. Despite Mildred’s financial successes in the restaurant business, her oldest daughter, Veda (Ann Blyth), resents her mother for degrading their social status. In the midst of a police investigation after the death of her second husband (Zachary Scott), Mildred must evaluate her own freedom and her . . .
Directed by Robert Mulligan. US. 1962. NR. 2 hours 10 minutes. Universal. Digital.
The classic adaptation of the beloved novel returns to the Colonial’s big screen! Scout Finch (Mary Badham) and her brother, Jem (Phillip Alford) live in sleepy Alabama town. They spend much of their time with their friend Dill (John Megna) spying on their reclusive and mysterious neighbor, Boo Radley (Robert Duvall). When Atticus (Gregory Peck), their widowed father and a respected lawyer, defends a black man named Tom Robinson . . .