Friday, July 19th
Haunted by a devastating encounter with a tornado, Kate Cooper (Daisy Edgar-Jones) gets lured back to the open plains by her friend, Javi (Anthony Ramos) to test a groundbreaking new tracking system. She soon crosses paths with Tyler Owens (Glen Powell) a charming but reckless social-media superstar who thrives on posting his storm-chasing adventures. As storm season intensifies, Kate, Tyler and their competing teams find themselves in a fight for their lives as multiple systems converge over central Oklahoma.

Not really a sequel or remake of the original 1996 film, Twisters is like the next generation of its predecessor. It has an awareness of its own silliness and, mixed with a lot of action, that makes for a great summer film.
Deadpool & Wolverine
Thursday, July 25th
Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) is recovering from his injuries when he crosses paths with the loudmouth Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds). The Time Variance Authority recruits the pair to help safeguard the multiverse.

As one of the biggest releases of the Multiverse Saga, Deadpool & Wolverine's roster of characters will include several heroes and villains from Marvel's live-action history.
Friday, August 2nd
A father (Josh Hartnett) takes his teen daughter (Ariel Donoghue) to a pop concert. Things take an interesting turn when dozens of police officers surround the venue, following a tip that a ruthless serial killer known as "The Butcher" may be among the concert's attendees.

Veteran thriller filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan brings us another “twisty,” tense mystery filled with lies, secrets, and deceptions.
Friday, August 16th
In 2008, during the last month of summer before high school begins, an impressionable 13-year-old Taiwanese American boy (Izaac Wang) learns what his family can't teach him: how to skate, how to flirt, and how to love your mom.

Writer/director Sean Wang does a nice job of balancing his naturally comedic sensibility with serious insights into how he triangulated his own identity at the boy’s age. Vulnerable and honest, Wang sees himself in the character, and so do we.


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

Online ticket sales are final; no refunds or exchanges

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


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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