Coming to the Pro (1/25 – 2/4)
Blade Runner 2049 – R
Set thirty years after the original, a LAPD blade runner named K (Ryan Gosling) uncovers a world-shaking secret that leads to him tracking down a longtime missing blade runner, Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford). This film is just as pensive and drenched in atmosphere as the original, yet being a much longer film (2h 44m) with more plot to chew on, it is much slower than one would expect from a sci-fi detective story. Nevertheless, this film is sure to dazzle and satisfy audiences with a little more time on their hands.
1/25-1/28 Thursday @ 9 p.m., Friday & Saturday @ 6:30 p.m., Sunday @12:30 p.m.
Marshall – PG-13
This biographical film about Thurgood Marshall follows a dramatic case in his early days as a lawyer. When an African American chauffeur is wrongly accused of rape, the only lawyer there to help him is Thurgood Marshall (Chadwick Boseman). The legal proceedings are exciting to watch as Marshall and his partner, Sam Friedman (Josh Gad), take many matters of investigation into their own hands. This film is a solid legal drama with plenty of reasons to be seen at the Pro.
1/25-1/28 Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday @ 9 p.m.; Sunday @ 3 p.m.
1/29-2/4 Thursday – Saturday @ 6:30 p.m., Sunday @ 12:30 p.m.
Thank You For Your Service – R
This film is about the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder on Adam Schumman (Miles Teller) and other soldiers after serving a grueling tour of duty in the Iraq war. As the heroes struggle to reintegrate into civilian life, flashbacks to combat and introspective conversations between survivors offer insight to the experiences of soldiers that return from war. It’s a surprising success for a directorial debut, and it honors the true story well.
1/29 – 2/4 Monday – Tuesday, Thursday – Saturday @ 9 p.m.; Sunday @ 3 p.m.
2/ 5 – 2/11 Thursday – Saturday @ 6 p.m.; Sunday @ 12:30 p.m.
Throwback Thursday – Pulp Fiction – R
2/15 – Thursday @ 6:30 p.m.
You can step right into Quentin Tarantino’s super stylized world of 90s LA gangsters with this film. It was an instant classic when it released in 1994, launching Tarantino into superstardom. Though this film throws many movie conventions out the window If you haven’t seen it yet, there’s no better time to catch it on the big screen at the Pro