Directed by Gil Kenan. US. 2006. PG. 1 hour 31 minutes. Sony. Digital.
Just in time for Halloween comes this animated adventure about three kids (Mitchel Musso, Spencer Locke, Sam Lerner) who plan to uncover the true story behind the spooky house in their neighborhood, its kid-hating owner (Steve Buscemi) and the house’s penchant for devouring cherished toys – and sometimes people! Steven Spielberg (E.T) and Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future) produced this hilarious haunted house favorite co-written by . . .
Directed by Ivan Reitman. US. 1989. PG. 1 hour 50 minutes. Sony. Digital Restoration.
30th Anniversary Screening!
When there’s something strange in your neighborhood, it’s time again to call the Ghostbusters! After saving NYC from an outbreak of ghosts, ghouls and giant marshmallow men, everyone’s favorite paranormal exterminators (Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson) are called out of exile to stop the spirit of Vigo the Carpathian, a sixteenth-century tyrant, from taking over the world! Sigourney Weaver . . .
Directed by John Lee Hancock. US. 2009. PG-13. 2 hours 6 minutes. Warner Bros. Digital.
10th Anniversary Screening!
After years of neglect in the foster care system, Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron) finds himself homeless and adrift with no prospects for any kind of hopeful future. Enrolled in a new school Michael befriends a classmate (Jae Head) and his parents Leigh (Sandra Bullock in her Oscar-winning role) and her husband, Sean (Tim McGraw). Realizing Michael’s current situation, the family takes him in. When Leigh . . .
Directed by Bob Clark. US. 1983. Ages 6+. 1 hour 38 minutes. Warner Bros. Digital.
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The holidays aren’t complete without a screening of this classic comedy. All nine-year-old Ralphie Parker (Peter Billingsley) wants for Christmas is a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-shot Range Model Air Rifle with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time. But his request for the toy is met with the same warning from his mom, his teacher and Santa: “You’ll shoot your . . .