Elegantly adapted from Richard Ford's novel of the same name, Carey Mulligan (MUDBOUND, AN EDUCATION) delivers one of her finest performances to date as Jeanette, a complex woman whose self-determination and self-involvement disrupts the values and expectations of a 1960s nuclear family. Fourteen-year-old Joe played by newcomer Ed Oxenbould, is the only child of Jeanette (Mulligan) and Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal)--a housewife and a golf pro--in a small town in 1960s Montana. Nearby, an uncontrolled forest fire rages close to the Canadian border, and when Jerry loses his job--and his sense of purpose--he decides to join the cause of fighting the fire, leaving his wife and son to fend for themselves. Suddenly forced into the role of an adult, Joe witnesses his mother's struggle as she tries to keep her head above water. With precise details and textures of its specific time and place, WILDLIFE commits to the viewpoint of a teenage boy observing the gradual dissolution of his parents' marriage.
Friday, 11/30 - 8:20
Saturday, 12/1 - 6:30
Sunday, 12/2 - 6:50
Wednesday, 12/5 - 8:20
Thursday, 12/6 - 6:15
A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.
Now that we’ve screened the original 1977 Argento classic, we’re comfortable sharing the 2018 retelling from Luca Guadagnino. With an extra hour of runtime, an beautiful design, and magnificent base story and a score from the brilliant Thom Yorke, this film is a MUST SEE.
Friday, 11/30 – 6:15
Saturday, 12/1 – 2:00 & 4:15
Sunday, 12/2 – 4:40
Wednesday, 12/5 – 6:15
Thursday, 12/6 – 9:00
We The Animals (R) promises to be a spectacular film that explores coping, creativity, and family which handles some challenging themes in inspiring ways. Certified Fresh.
Manny, Joel, and Jonah tear their way through childhood. Their mother and father have a volatile relationship that makes and unmakes the family many times over, often leaving the boys fending for themselves. As their parents rip at one another, Manny and Joel harden and grow into versions of their father. With the triumvirate fractured, Jonah, who is the youngest, becomes increasingly aware of his desperate need to escape. Driven to the edge, Jonah embraces an imagined world all his own.