The Boogeyman
Thursday, June 1st
High school student Sadie Harper (Sophie Thatcher) and her little sister Sawyer (Vivien Lyra Blair) are still reeling from the recent death of their mother. Devastated by his own pain, their therpist father Will (Chris Messina) gives them neither the support nor the affection they need. When a desperate patient shows up unexpectedly at their house asking for help, they bring in a terrifying entity that preys on families and feeds on their greatest suffering.

The Boogeyman was first published in a 1973 issue of Cavalier magazine and later included in Stephen King’s 1978 short-story collection, The Night Shift. As one of his earliest works, it is classically and universally spooky. King calls the screenplay for this adaptation “terrific.”
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Thursday, June 1st
Brooklyn's full-time, friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. However, when the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles finds himself pitted against the other Spiders. He must soon redefine what it means to be a hero so he can save the people he loves most.

This version of Peter Parker is the one that the comics would’ve gotten if he had been allowed to change and develop. Glimpses of his future amidst his journey across the multiverse will show just how much he’s grown since the first film, and provide a critique of Marvel’s reluctance to transform their characters.
The Birdcage
Friday, June 2nd
Engaged couple Val (Dan Futterman) and Barbara (Calista Flockhart) shakily introduce their future in-laws. Val's father, Armand (Robin Williams), a gay Miami drag club owner, pretends to be straight and attempts to hide his relationship with Albert (Nathan Lane), his life partner and the club's flamboyant star attraction, so as to please Barbara's right-wing moralistic parents.

The desire for the acceptance of others is what drives our day-to-day actions; The Birdcage promotes the notion that life is a lot more enjoyable and worthwhile if everyone else’s opinions don’t dictate our own behavior. And what this film displays perfectly while remaining wholly hilarious, is the burden of performing normativity.
The Flash
Friday, June 16th
Worlds collide when the Flash (Ezra Miller) uses his superpowers to travel back in time to change the events of the past. However, when his attempt to save his family inadvertently alters the future, he becomes trapped in a reality in which General Zod (Michael Shannon) has returned, threatening annihilation. With no other superheroes to turn to, the Flash looks to coax a very different Batman (Michael Keaton) out of retirement and rescue an imprisoned Kryptonian -- albeit not the one he's looking for.

With inventive storytelling, fantastic action sequences, and so many nerdy details The Flash has everything you want from a superhero film & more.
Asteroid City
Friday, June 23rd
The itinerary of a Junior Stargazer/Space Cadet convention (organized to bring together students and parents from across the country for fellowship and scholarly competition) is spectacularly disrupted by world-changing events.

Director Wes Anderson paints stories in vibrant visuals and immersive narratives that have the power to teleport you into his world. Asteroid City is a sci-fi romantic comedy with an incredible ensemble cast. It is lavish, cinematic, and perhaps the most decidedly Wes Anderson-looking film yet.


All shows are 21+ with valid I.D.
Minors with parental accompaniment are welcome to shows starting before 8:00pm.

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General Admission is $9
Seniors(64 and up)/Students/kids (under 12)  $6.50
Shows starting before 5:30 are $6


The parking lot directly west of the Laurelhurst is available for customer parking Monday thru Friday after 6pm.
Saturday and Sundays after 12pm (noon).
5 minute previews - no commercials!

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