George Takei's Allegiance: The Broadway Musical will be shown on the Big Screen, in select cinemas nationwide for a special one-night event on Tuesday, December 13, 2016.
Straight from its Broadway run, and inspired by the true-life experience of its star George Takei, Allegiance follows the emotional story of a family whose lives are upended by the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII following the events of Pearl Harbor. Their loyalty was questioned, their freedom taken away, but their spirit could never be broken. This special event also features Tony Award-winner Lea Salonga and includes behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with the cast and crew.
Return engagement on February 19, 2017 for one day only.
Starring: George Takei, Lea SalongaNow playing at:
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Gary "Eggsy" Unwin (Taron Egerton) is learning what it takes to be a true Kingsman from mentor Harry Hart (Colin Firth). He learns nice clothes, fancy cars and cool weapons help the Kingsman with their ultimate goal: to sacrifice anything for the greater good.
But when the Kingsman headquarters is destroyed, Eggsy and Merlin (Mark Strong) have to figure out who is responsible. Their research leads them to discover an allied American agency called Statesman comprised of Agent Tequila (Channing Tatum), Agent Whiskey (Pedro Pascal) and Agent Champagne (Jeff Bridges). The two agencies decide to band together to try to discover this new enemy and save the world.
After her father dies, Leah (Nicole Muñoz), a teenage girl, is forced to move to a house in the woods by her unstable mother. In the house, Leah finds a book of black magic and begins to study it. Feeling trapped and hopeless, she naively performs an occult ritual to evoke the spirit of a witch to kill her mother.
Stricken by guilt, Leah desperately tries to reverse the spell, but soon realizes she has awoken something in the woods, and nothing can prepare Leah for the terror she has unleashed.
Major German Singh Mann, like any other typical Punjabi youngster dreams 24x7 about migrating to foreign lands.
After umpteen futile attempts to migrate to his dream country England, he seeks the expertise of a local agent Boota Singh, who advises him to get married to a British girl Geet Kahlon to get through.Major German Singh Mann falls for the "fake marriage" and soon moves to England.
Bigger surprise awaits German when he finds out that Geet and her boyfriend Ricky are in the 'marriage of convenience' business. Even more that they are a happy couple and soon to be married themselves. Soon enough, U.K. Immigration come knocking on their door as they suspect a fraud marriage.
What follows is a series of lies to avoid prison... they have 15 days to 'fake' in love OR spend 3 years in a British jail.Now playing at:
When porn king Stegman (Ross McMillan) goes missing, crime boss Don (Michael Ironside) tasks professional thief Gus (Michael Eklund) with getting into Stegman's house to retrieve incriminating tapes. However, Gus has several problems with this.
First, the police are already inside the house. Second, his wife is against the idea. Meanwhile, assassin Evy (Bernice Liu) is out to kill Stegman. Unfortunately, someone else has beaten her to it.
When Gus and Evy get into and then out of Stegman's house, only then do they discover the true nature of his secret, and with it, the awful realization that now... they have to break back in.
Starring: Michael Eklund, Michael Ironside, Bernice Liu, Ross McMillanNow playing at:
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Tommy Wiseau's The Room (2003), starring Tommy (James Franco) and his best friend, actor Greg Sestero (Dave Franco). The two met during an acting workshop, when Greg was just an aspiring actor.
Tommy takes Greg under his wing, setting him up in Los Angeles in an apartment Tommy rarely uses. While Greg soon finds an agent (Sharon Stone) and a girlfriend (Alison Brie), Tommy isn't as lucky, so he decides to write, direct and star in his own movie, despite lacking talent in any of those areas.
The Room, made on a production budget of $6 million was notoriously awful. It opened in two Los Angeles theaters in June 2003 and grossed a pitiful $1,200, but in a twist of fate, went on to earn a cult following, earning the dubious honor of being dubbed "the Citizen Kane of bad movies."
At the age of 50, Wikhström, a sales representative specializing in the sale of men's shirts, feels he’s due for a change in life. He decides to leave his alcoholic wife and realize his dream of opening a restaurant in Helsinki.
At the end of a difficult journey, Syrian refugee Khaled arrives in Finland by accident. A mechanic in training, he begins to go through the process of being able to stay in Helsinki and also eventually bring his sister, from whom he was separated during his exile. When his asylum application is rejected, Khaled balks at being sent back to his country, which is still at war. Despite the racist repression he experiences in the Finnish capital, Khaled finds refuge in the courtyard of Wikhström’s restaurant. Touched by Khaled’s story, the restaurateur helps him.
Starring: Ville Virtanen, Dome Karukoski, Kati OutinenNow playing at:
Two former high school friends Patty and Cocoy find each other thirty years later not only as organizers of their high school reunion but also as neighbors. Patty and her daughter Yanni's quiet lives are shaken up when Cocoy and his nephew Jason comes knocking on their door.Now playing at: