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Movie Nights

What could be better than relaxing with some friends and watching a movie in a lovely theatre?  Sounds pretty good, eh?  Now what if that movie was free?  Well,  things just got even better!  Here at the JMCPL, we host no-cost Movie Nights from the fall to the spring in the Mahon Auditorium.  Just follow the signs downstairs to take advantage of this free service and enjoy some cinematic storytelling.  We screen a wide range of films so there’s something for everyone.  Check this page or the calendar on the Adult programming page to find out what’s playing.  See you at the movies!

 

Wednesday Movie
Wednesday, April 25, 7:00
Suburbicon (105 min., 14A)

A crime comedy-drama about a family that moves to a quiet, picturesque community. The area is beautiful and peaceful when the family arrives during the summer of 1959. The residents seem ordinary and their actions are innocent. A deadly crime reveals underlying layers of betrayal, blackmail, and revenge. A series of deceitful events shows that the peaceful setting is an illusion. As the family uncovers the sinister history of the area, they reveal hidden anger and violence.

 

Wednesday Movie
Wednesday, May 2, 7:00
Just Getting Started (91 min., PG13)

A former mob lawyer and a former FBI agent might not seem to have much in common However, they must learn how to get along and cooperate with each other when under the witness protection program, they find themselves together at an exclusive golf resort. A hit man lurks nearby, and he has his eye on both of them. The only way that they can maximize their chances of survival is to become a team. With a little bit of luck, they will escape this uncomfortable situation, even if they nearly kill each other in the process.

 

French Movie Night
Thursday, May 3, 6:00
La Grande Séduction (109 min., NR)

A much-needed boost, in the form of a new factory, is promised to the residents of the tiny fishing village St. Marie-La-Mauderne, provided they can lure a doctor to take up full-time residency on the island. Inspired, the villagers devise a scheme to make Dr. Christopher Lewis a local.

Co-sponsored by French Canadian Society of Prince Albert.

 

Wednesday Movie
Wednesday, May 9, 6:45
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (115 min., R)

Mildred Hayes is the beleaguered mother of a young woman who was violently murdered. As the investigation into her daughter’s death stalls, Mildred takes things into her own hands and hires a painter to erect three billboards on the main roads leading into the center of the city. The billboards are designed to capture the attention of the lackadaisical police chief, who seems to be doing next to nothing to find the young woman’s killer. The deputy chief of police, a violent man himself, gets extremely riled up about the billboards, and a lot more violence and darkness takes place.

 

Wednesday Movie
Wednesday, May 16, 6:45
Darkest Hour (125 min., PG13)

While the German Nazi regime bombarded Britain during the Second World War and continued its attack on Europe, the British were faced after Neville Chamberlain’s resignation with choosing a new Prime Minister. Their only hope was a man few wanted in the job because of his push politically for less colonialism: Winston Churchill. After becoming Prime Minister, Churchill had to face a difficult choice for a man who had stood in fierce opposition to the Nazi’s even before the war. He had to decide to continue to focus on British military resistance or negotiate a peace treaty with Adolf Hitler.

 

Wednesday Movie
Wednesday, May 23, 7:00
The Post (116 min., PG13)

This historical drama is based on the events surrounding the release of the Pentagon Papers, documents which detailed the history of the United States’ political and military involvement in Vietnam. The story centers on Kay Graham, the first female newspaper publisher in the country (specifically of the Washington Post), as well as her tough editor, Ben Bradlee. The two become involved in an unprecedented power struggle between journalists and the government, exposing a cover-up that has spanned four different American presidencies.

 

Wednesday Movie
Wednesday, May 30, 6:30
All the Money in the World (132 min., R)

A billionaire’s grandson is kidnapped and held for ransom. The boy’s desperate mother must convince the miserly billionaire to pay up or her son dies. He refuses to part with a penny of his vast wealth. The grieving mother teams up with her father’s advisor in an attempt to get her son back. With threats against her son mounting and the captors becoming more violent, can she convince her father that family is worth more than money?

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

Please note: not all films are suitable for a family audience; viewer discretion is advised.