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We kick off The Holiday Season with The Perfect Thanksgiving Family Movie From Disney!
Idena Menzell . Kristen Bell . Josh Gadd . Jonathan Groff and Evan Rachel Wood
FROZEN II (PG)
Written and Directed by Jennifer Lee
Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she'll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. In "Frozen," Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In "Frozen 2," she must hope they are enough.
"The characters are sprightly, the songs tailor-made for the Broadway show they'll someday inhabit."
-Bob Mondello, NPR
"One thing that really sets "Frozen 2" apart from its predecessor is the visuals, which are as gorgeous and awe-inspiring as computer animation can possibly get."
-Peter Howell, TORONTO STAR
Friday thru Sunday - 4:00 & 7:30 p.m.
Monday thru Thursday - 7:30 p.m.
Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
Friday Dec. 6th - 7:00 p.m. (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, Dec. 7th - 7:00 p.m. (SOLD OUT)
A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Opens: Dec. 13th
Starring: Tom Hanks . Matthew Rhys . Susan Kelechi Watson . Chris Cooper
Directed by: Marielle Heller
Run Time - 1hr. 50min.
Tom Hanks portrays Mister Rogers in A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, a timely story of kindness triumphing over cynicism, based on the true story of a real-life friendship between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. After a jaded magazine writer (Emmy winner Matthew Rhys) is assigned a profile of Fred Rogers, he overcomes his skepticism, learning about empathy, kindness, and decency from America's most beloved neighbor.
"A celebration of Mr. Rogers and the healing capabilities of his words and doctrine, the movie may not be a splashy as many of the year-end multiplex stocking stuffers but the experience it offers tugs effectively at the heart strings."
-James Berardinelli, REELVIEWS
"A Beautiful Day" is a work of intimate and tragic politics, of unsought heroism that's cursed with the very fact of its necessity."
-Richard Brody, NEW YORKER