Cinema Center 8 is open for late-afternoon matinees Monday through Friday and matinees on Saturday and Sunday. Movies 6 at Shawnee Mall is open for late-afternoon matinees on Fridays, matinees on Saturdays and Sundays, and a late-night show Monday through Thursday.
NOW SHOWING AT CINEMA CENTER 8 AND MOVIES 6 AT SHAWNEE MALL:
“DON’T WORRY, DEAR”: Alice and Jack are lucky enough to live in the idealized community of Victory, the company’s experimental town that houses the men who work for the top-secret Victory project and their families.
The 1950s social optimism espoused by its CEO, Frank, equal parts corporate visionary and motivational life coach, anchors all aspects of daily life in the tight-knit desert utopia. But when cracks begin to appear in her idyllic life, exposing glimpses of something much more sinister lurking beneath the alluring facade, Alice can’t help but wonder what exactly they’re doing at Victory and why. How much is Alice willing to lose to expose what is really going on in this paradise? Please note: Show times vary by theater.
Starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles. (2:02) (Rated R: For sexuality, violent content, and language.)
NOW SHOWING AT CINEMA CENTER 8:
“RAILWAY CHILDREN”: Inspired by one of the most beloved British family films of all time, this film is a charming, moving and moving adventure for a new generation.
1944 — As life in Britain’s cities becomes increasingly dangerous, three evacuee children, Lily, Pattie and Ted Watts, are sent by their mother from Salford to the Yorkshire village of Oakworth. Joining them on the train station platform are Bobbie Waterbury, her daughter Annie, and grandson Thomas, and with her help, the evacuees will soon settle into their new life in the country.
When the kids discover wounded American soldier Abe hiding in Oakworth train station, they find themselves on a dangerous quest to help their new friend who, like them, is a long way from home.
Starring John Bradley and Jenny Agutter. (1:35) (Rated PG: for thematic material, some violence and language).
“THE WOMAN KING”: The remarkable story of Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 19th century with skill and ferocity the world had never seen before. Inspired by true events, “The Woman King” follows the emotionally epic journey of General Nanisca as she trains the next generation of recruits and prepares them for battle against an enemy determined to destroy her way of life. There are things worth fighting for. Starring Viola Davis and Lashana Lynch. (2:15) (Rated PG-13: For sequences of strong violence, disturbing material, thematic content, brief language, and partial nudity.)
“RUNNING THE BASES”: When a small-town baseball coach receives the offer of a lifetime from a larger 6A high school, he uproots his family and leaves the only home he’s ever known. But as a man of faith, he soon faces extreme opposition to his training methods from the school superintendent. Starring Brett Varvel and Todd Terry. (2:07) (Rated PG: For thematic content, some violence, and mild language.)
“BEAST”: Dr. Nate Daniels, a recently widowed husband who returns to South Africa, where he met his wife, on a long-planned trip with their daughters to a game reserve managed by Martin Battles, an old family friend and wildlife. biologist.
But what begins as a journey of healing turns into a fearsome fight for survival when a lion, a bloodthirsty survivor of poachers who now sees all humans as enemies, begins to stalk them. Starring Idris Alba and Sharlto Copley. (1:33) (Rated R: For violent content, gory images, and some language.)
“BULLET TRAIN”: Ladybug is a hapless assassin determined to do her job peacefully after too many concerts have gone off the rails. Fate, however, may have other plans, as Ladybug’s latest mission puts him on a collision course with deadly adversaries from around the world, all with connected but conflicting targets on the world’s fastest train. The end of the line is just the beginning of this exciting non-stop journey through modern Japan. Starring Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock. (2:06) (Rated R: For strong and bloody violence, pervasive language, and brief sexuality.)
“WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING” – From the best-selling novel comes a captivating mystery. “Where the Crawdads Sing” tells the story of Kya, an abandoned girl who was raised to adulthood in the dangerous swamps of North Carolina. For years, rumors of the “Marsh Girl” haunted Barkley Cove, isolating the cunning and resilient Kya from her community. Drawn in by two young men from the city, Kya opens up to a surprising new world; but when one of them is found dead, the community immediately points to her as her main suspect. As the case unfolds, the verdict on what really happened grows ever more confused, threatening to reveal the many secrets that lie in the swamp. Starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Taylor John Smith. (2:05) (Rated PG-13: For sexual content and some violence, including sexual assault.)
“TOP GUN: MAVERICK” – After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy’s finest aviators, Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a fearless test pilot and fending off the rank advancement that awaits him. I would leave him on the ground. . When he finds himself training a detachment of Top Gun graduates for a specialized mission the likes of which no living pilot has ever seen, Maverick meets Lieutenant Bradley Bradshaw, call sign: ‘Rooster’, the son of Maverick’s late friend and officer. radar intercept. Lieutenant Nick Bradshaw, also known as ‘Goose’. Facing an uncertain future and facing the ghosts of his past, Maverick is drawn into a confrontation with his own deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice from those who will be chosen to fly it. Starring Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly and Miles Teller.
(2:11) (Rated PG-13: For intense action sequences and some strong language.)
NOW SHOWN IN THE 6 MOVIES AT THE SHAWNEE MALL:
“PEARL”: Trapped on her family’s isolated farm, Pearl must tend to her ailing father under the bitter and domineering watch of her devoted mother. Desiring a glamorous life like the one she’s seen in the movies, Pearl finds her ambitions, temptations and repressions collide in this origin story of the iconic X villain. Starring David Corenswet and Mia Goth. (1:42) (Rated R: For some strong violence, gore, strong sexual content, and graphic nudity.)
“LAST MINUTE”: When Navy Veteran Brian Brown-Easley is denied support by Veterans Affairs, financially desperate and out of options, he takes a bank and several of its employees hostage, setting the stage for a tense confrontation with police. Based on a true story. Starring John Beyega and Nicole Berharie. (1:43) (Rated PG-13: for violent content and strong language).
“THE INVITATION”: After her mother’s death and having no other known relatives, Evie takes a DNA test and discovers a long-lost cousin she never knew she had.
Invited by her new family to a lavish wedding in the English countryside, she is initially seduced by the handsome aristocratic host, but soon finds herself thrust into a nightmare of survival as she uncovers twisted secrets in her family’s history and the disturbing intentions behind it. of his sinful generosity. Starring Nathalie Emmanuel and Thomas Doherty. (1:44) (Rated PG-13: For Horror, Violent Content, Strong Language, Sexual Content, and Partial Nudity.)
“THREE THOUSAND YEARS OF LONGING”: Dr. Alithea Binnie is an academic, content with life, and a creature of reason. While attending a conference in Istanbul, she meets a Djinn who offers her three wishes in exchange for her freedom. This presents two problems. Firstly, she doubts that he is real, and secondly, as she is a student of history and mythology, she knows all the cautionary tales of wishes gone wrong. The Djinn pleads her case by telling her fantastic stories from her past. Eventually, she is fooled into making a wish that surprises them both. Starring Tilda Swinton and Idris Elba. (1:48) (Rated R: For some sexual content, graphic nudity, and brief violence.)
“DC LEAGUE OF SUPER-PETS” – Krypto the Super-Dog and Superman are inseparable best friends, sharing the same superpowers and fighting crime in Metropolis side by side.
When Superman and the rest of the Justice League are kidnapped, Krypto must convince a ragged group of refugees: a bloodhound named Ace, who becomes super strong, a pig named PB, who can grow to giant size, a turtle named Merton. , who becomes super fast, and a squirrel named Chip, who gains electrical powers to master his new powers and help him rescue the superheroes. With the voices of Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart. (1:46) (Rated PG: For Action, Mild Violence, Coarse Language and Humor.)
“MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU” – In the 1970s, young Gru attempts to join a group of supervillains called the Vicious 6 after they drive out their leader, legendary wrestler Wild Knuckles. When the interview turns disastrous, Gru and his Minions go on the run with the Vicious 6 hot on their heels. Fortunately, he finds an unlikely source of guidance, Wild Knuckles himself, and soon discovers that even the bad guys need a little help from his friends. With the voices of Steve Carell and Pierre Coffin. (1:27) (Rated PG: For some action/violence and rude humor.)