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Playing with Fire

Family Matinees Sat & Sun


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Comedy, Family

Running Time: 96 min.

After fire superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena) and his elite team of expert firefighters (Keegan-Michael Key, John Leguizamo and Tyler Mane) rescue three young siblings — Bryn (Brianna Hildebrand), Will (Christian Convery) and Zoey (Finley Rose Slater) from a burning home, they're unable to locate the children's parents.

With no option other than to watch over the children until their parents can be found, Jake makes them promise to behave so the firefighters can do their jobs. Unfortunately, the children are undisciplined and quickly take over the fire depot with their antics.

Canadian Connection Canadian Connection : Filmed in British Columbia.


Last Christmas

Family Matinees Sat & Sun


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Comedy, Romance

Running Time: 102 min.

This rom-com inspired by the classic Christmas tune of the same name by the music group Wham! revolves around Kate (Emilia Clarke), who has a job as an elf at a year-round Christmas store. While walking around the streets of London during Christmastime, the bad decisions she's made in her life tend to leave her glum, despite the beautiful displays and sounds of cheer.

That is, until she bumps into Tom (Henry Golding), a happy-go-lucky guy who seems almost too good to be true. Despite being almost complete opposites, the two find themseves attracted to what makes them different, while Tom sees through the barriers Kate has put up. For the first time in a long while, Christmastime becomes one of joy for Kate.



Family Matinees Sat & Sun


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Drama

Running Time: 126 min.

The story of Harriet Tubman (Cynthia Erivo), who in 1849 at the age of 27, escapes the Maryland plantation on which she was born and raised, leaving her husband and family behind. Jumping into a raging river as she's pursued by her captors, she survives and walks 100 miles to Philadelphia, where she's finally free.

However, Harriet feels a responsibility to help other slaves, including her family members, to freedom as well, while keeping out of the clutches of her slave master Gideon (Joe Alwyn) who has made catching her his life’s mission.

Along the way, she meets northern blacks such as Marie (Janelle Monáe) and William Still (Leslie Odom, Jr.), who have property and have never lived in bondage, so although they agree to help her, they don't really understand what she's been through.

Over the next years, in the face of growing pre-Civil War adversity, Harriet makes numerous dangerous missions to free dozens of other slaves through the Underground Railroad.



Nightly EXCEPT Monday & Thursday


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.


The Irishman

Nightly EXCEPT Monday & Thursday


Rated:   Canadian Connection

Genre:  Drama

Running Time: 209 min.

In 1950, truck driver Frank Sheeran (Robert De Niro) meets Philadelphia mobster Russell Bufalino (Joe Pesci), who takes him under his wing. A veteran of World War II, Frank is unable to separate his combat experience from civilian life, so when he's hired to do strong-arm jobs he has no problem with the violence involved. He's soon promoted to hit-man, or in mafia slang, "house painter," due to the blood spatter left behind when someone is shot.

After Frank has worked for Russ for several years, Detroit-based union leader Jimmy Hoffa (Al Pacino) hires him to be his bodyguard and right-hand man, at Russ's recommendation. The president of the Teamsters union, Hoffa faces threats from other gangsters, as well as politicians, including the Kennedy brothers. While working for Hoffa, Frank continues to work for Russ's mob, which leads to Frank's loyalties and principles eventually being put to the test.

Based on Charles Brandt’s 2004 non-fiction book I Heard You Paint Houses: Frank "The Irishman" Sheeran & Closing the Case on Jimmy Hoffa.