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Cats


Family Matinees Sat & Sun

10:30am


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Musical

Running Time: 110 min.


A big screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's beloved smash musical Cats and the poems from "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats," by T.S. Elliot in which a tribe of felines known as The Jellicles have to decide each year which one of them will ascend to the Heaviside Layer.


 


Joker


Family Matinees Sat & Sun

12:30pm


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Drama, Thriller

Running Time: 122 min.


Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) lives with his frail mother, Penny Fleck (Frances Conroy), and devotes himself to caring for her. He wants to live up to her nickname for him—Happy. During the day, he paints his face and works as a clown through a service called Ha-Ha's, but he dreams of being a stand-up comic. He tries to learn from watching other comics, listening to their tone and timing in an effort to replicate it. Unfortunately, others don't relate to what he finds funny.


Insecure and awkward, Arthur has difficulty relating to others. As he struggles to find a connection in Gotham City’s fractured society, the toxic environment wears at him—the lack of compassion and empathy, the loss of civility—especially after he's bullied by teens on the street. Caught in a cyclical existence between apathy and cruelty, Arthur makes one bad decision after another, cementing his destiny and setting off a chain reaction of escalating events.


 


A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood


Family Matinees Sat & Sun

2:30pm


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Drama

Running Time: 109 min.


Lloyd Vogel (Matthew Rhys), an investigative journalist for Esquire magazine, is less than pleased when he's given an assignment to write a short profile on Fred Rogers (Tom Hanks), the beloved star of the children's television show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.


Lloyd is dealing with his father Jerry (Chris Cooper), who abandoned Lloyd and their family when Lloyd's mother grew ill. Now elderly, Jerry wants back into Lloyd's life, but Lloyd still carries a lot of resentment.


On that note, Lloyd travels to Pittsburgh to meet Mr. Rogers, but at every turn, he's surprised by how empathetic the man is and how in tune he is to others' problems. Lloyd soon realizes he needs more than one short interview to write his piece, because there's so much more to Fred Rogers than he first thought. And what Lloyd finds will change his life forever.

Based on the 1998 Esquire magazine article titled Can You Say...Hero? by Tom Junod.


Canadian Connection Canadian Connection : Enrico Colantoni, who plays Bill Isler, was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario.


 


Bombshell


Nightly EXCEPT Monday for the Okanagan Screen Arts

4:30pm


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre: 

Running Time: 109 min.


A revealing look inside the most powerful and controversial media empire of all time - Fox News, and the explosive story of the women who brought down the infamous man who created it.

Based on the real scandal.


 


Ford V Ferrari


Nightly EXCEPT Monday for the Okanagan Screen Arts

6:30pm


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre: 

Running Time: 153 min.


In the 1960s, in order to finally defeat perennial champion Ferrari at the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans race in France, Henry Ford II (Tracy Letts) and Lee Iacocca (Jon Bernthal) give automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) an important assignment.

Determined to have a Ford car win the prestigious race, they have Shelby and a team of American engineers and designers build an entirely new automobile that will have the potential to finally win the race, with British driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) at the wheel.


 


Knives Out


Nightly EXCEPT Monday for the Okanagan Screen Arts

9:00pm


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Comedy, Drama

Running Time: 130 min.


When wealthy crime novelist Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer), the patriarch of an eccentric, combative family, dies during a family gathering to celebrate his 85th birthday, the family believes it was suicide. However, famed Southern detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) suspects foul play. He joins forces with a member of the local police, Detective Lieutenant Elliott (LaKeith Stanfield), to investigate.


Detective Blanc asks the family members to remain at the home until the investigation is completed. However, his request is met with disbelief, anger and contempt as the family members turn on each other.