2016 September Movies

Hunter's Prayer

    • R
    • 91 min
    • Thriller

    This high octane thriller focuses on Lucas, (Sam Worthington), a solitary assassin, hired to kill a young woman, Ella, (Odeya Rush). When he can't bring himself to pull the trigger the plan falls apart, setting in motion a twisted game of cat and mouse. Now both are marked for death and forced to form an uneasy alliance. Relentlessly pursued across Europe, their only hope for survival is to expose those responsible for brutally murdering her family and bring them to justice.

    Zoom

    Zoom

    • 55%
    • 96 min
    • Animation

    A multi-dimensional interface between a comic book artist, a novelist, and a film director. Each lives in a separate reality but authors a story about one of the others.

    Brother Nature

    Brother Nature

    • 67%
    • R
    • 97 min
    • Comedy

    Roger (Taran Killam), a straight-laced politician has big plans to propose to his dream girl (Gillian Jacobs) at her family's lake house. But everything goes awry when he meets his potential brother-in-law Todd (Bobby Moynihan): a full-time camp counselor with a heart of gold and a wild sense of fun, pining to be Roger's best friend, and ultimately catapulting him into a series of unfortunate events. As Roger tries to take a stand amidst outrageous fishing excursions, propulsive water jetpacks and American history-themed musicals, he realizes that being a part of a new family may be more difficult than he'd thought.

    No manches Frida

    • 13%
    • PG-13
    • Comedy

    An ex-con works as a substitute teacher in order to retrieve the loot he buried under a high school's new gym. Omar Chaparro and Martha Higareda star in this comedy directed by Nacho G. Velilla.

    A Town Called Panic: Double Fun

    A Town Called Panic: Double Fun

      • 60 min
      • Animation

      With disarming wit and hilarious visuals, A Town Called Panic: Double Fun revels in the simple setup of three plasticine toys sent on increasingly surreal and freewheeling adventures. Cowboy and Indian are always up to some harebrained scheme, with Horse left to clean up the mess. In Christmas Panic, their out-of-control antics lead Horse to call Santa and cancel the presents. But the boys figure they can still save Christmas... if they break into their neighbor's house to steal his yule log! In Back to School Panic, a class assignment yields a special prize, but only Pig knows the answer. Cowboy and Indian use a special shrinking potion to sneak into Pig's brain, where they discover a sodium-packed world of pig cops riding in bacon cars and sausage cycles. These new short films continue the brilliant, over-the-top visual inventiveness that has given the series a dedicated cult following, with a classic slapstick comedy sensibility that is perfect for all ages. This special Art House Theater Day release continues the fun with an intermission featuring two classic A Town Called Panic shorts, Lisa & Jan and Cow-Hulk, where ill-behaved European backpackers and an alien microbe cause even more mayhem!

      Amanda Knox

      Amanda Knox

        • NONE
        • 92 min
        • Documentary

        American exchange student Amanda Knox is convicted and eventually acquitted for the 2007 death of another student in Italy.

        ARQ

        ARQ

          • 88 min
          • Sci-Fi

          Trapped in a lab and stuck in a time loop, a disoriented couple fends off masked raiders while harboring a new energy source that could save humanity.

          As I Open My Eyes

          As I Open My Eyes

            • 102 min
            • Drama

            Tunis, summer 2010, a few months before the Revolution: Farah, 18 years-old, has just graduated and her family already sees her as a future doctor. But she doesn't think the same way. She sings in a political rock band. She has a passion for life, gets drunk, discovers love and her city by night against the will of her mother Hayet, who knows Tunisia and its dangers too well.

            At All Costs

            At All Costs

              • 100 min
              • Documentary

              At All Costs is a feature documentary that explores how the AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) basketball machine has professionalized youth basketball in America. As the business of youth basketball balloons into a multi-billion dollar industry, the stakes for finding “the next big thing” have never been higher. The film follows blue-chip high-school recruits, their families and their AAU programs as they travel the country playing in marquee tournaments, competing against top-tier athletes, all fighting to make it to the next level.

              Audrie & Daisy

              Audrie & Daisy

                • NONE
                • 95 min
                • Documentary

                A look at the effects that online bullying has on the lives of teenagers and their community.