A Thousand and One
Friday, March 31st
After unapologetic and fiercely loyal Inez (Teyana Taylor) kidnaps her son Terry from the foster care system, mother and son set out to reclaim their sense of home, identity, and stability. A Thousand and One is a deeply felt, decades-spanning portrait of a woman raising her boy on the margins of legality in rapidly gentrifying 1990’s New York City.

In her feature debut, director A.V. Rockwell uses the full range of cinematic expressivity to turn a small, often tragic story of raw deals and rash decisions into an admiring portrait of survivorship, determination and resourcefulness.
Wednesday, April 5th
Following the career-defining gamble of an unconventional team with everything on the line, the uncompromising vision of a mother who knows the worth of her son’s immense talent, and the basketball phenom who would become the greatest of all time.

Air is Ben Affleck's fifth directorial feature and stars his long-time friend and cinematic partner Matt Damon as Sonny Vaccaro - the aspiring sports executive guru whose claim to fame was signing a young Michael Jordan to his historic contract at Nike. Not only are the humble origins of Michael Jordan explored, but Air also showcases how Nike went from a joke in the industry into one of the biggest sports accessory brands in the world.
Friday, April 14th
R.M. Renfield (Nicholas Hoult) decides to leave his centuries-long line of work as a henchman and familiar to Count Dracula (Nicolas Cage) and finds a new lease on life in modern day New Orleans when he falls in love with a feisty but perennially aggressive traffic cop named Rebecca Quincy (Awkwafina).

Writer Ryan Ridley calls Renfield “a much weirder soufflé than anyone’s expecting. It’s an action horror and it’s a workplace comedy.” Cage explains, “When I got a sense of where [director Chris] McKay wanted to go, I realized the movie has a comedic, pop art attitude. So I thought: ‘This will be a pop-art Dracula.’”
Beau is Afraid
Friday, April 21st
A mild-mannered but paranoid and anxiety-ridden man (Joaquin Phoenix) confronts his darkest fears as he embarks on an epic, Kafkaesque odyssey to get home to his mother.

Writer/director Ari Aster’s past work (Hereditary, Midsommar) shows how trauma and grief can manifest in unexpected and terrifying ways and how the process of finding meaning and closure is full of twists and turns. This film is no different, and may be Aster’s magnum opus for everything he’s been trying to say all along.


All shows starting after 8:00pm are strictly 21 and over.
For shows starting before 8:00pm, anyone 20 or younger must be with their parent.

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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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