Gravity, Rated PG-13, 91 min. - Scientist Dr. Ryan Stone finds herself adrift in space after an accident on the shuttle. Along with a veteran astronaut, they both have to find a way to get back to safety instead of the alternative of floating into the nether reaches of space.
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Prior to the sing-along screening of Mary Poppins, join us for the 2013 film about the making of the famous Walt Disney Classic! PG-13, 125 min.
Delivery Man, Rated PG-13, 105 min. - The story of underachiever David, whose ordinary life gets twisted in a knot when he finds out that he has fathered 533 children via sperm donations he made twenty years earlier.
Rush, Rated R, 123 min. - Set against the golden age of Formula One racing in the 1970s, this is based on the true story of a sporting rivalry between English playboy James Hunt, and his structured, intelligent opponent, Austrian driver Niki Lauda.
Enough Said, Rated PG-13, 93 min - Around the same time fellow divorcees Eva and Albert fall for each other, Eva makes a new friend, Marianne, who rants on and on about her ex. Eva eventually discovers that Mariannes ex and Albert are one in the same.
New Release Movie - About Time, Rated R, 123 min. - Tim has recently discovered he can travel in time. After another lonely New Years Eve, he decides to change history.
Romeo + Juliet - 1996, PG-13, 120 min - Shown in conjunction with The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Members of The Shakespeare Project will be on hand for discussion for each film.
New Release Movie - 42, Rated PG-13, 128 min. - History was made in 1947, when Jackie Robinson broke the professional baseball race barrier to become the first African American MLB player of the modern era.
New Release Movie - The Way, Way Back, Rated PG-13, 103 min. - When 14-year-old Duncan is dragged on a family trip with his mom and her overbearing boyfriend, he finds a gregarious friend at a local water park.
A Midsummer Nights Dream - 1935, not rated, 133 min - Shown in conjunction with The Shakespeare Project of Chicago. Members of The Shakespeare Project will be on hand for discussion for each film.