SHOWING at the CRYSTAL THEATRE
Fri-Thur * Feb 27-Mar 5
*except Mon Mar 2
Fri & Sat 7:30
A talented young jazz drummer experiences a trial by fire when he's recruited by a ferocious instructor whose unyielding search for perfection may lead to his undoing. Determined to make a name for himself no matter what it takes, Andrew Neyman enrolls in a prestigious east coast music conservatory where his talent quickly catches the attention of Terence Fletcher, an esteemed music teacher who's notorious for his caustic approach in the classroom. The leader of the school's top jazz ensemble, Fletcher promptly transfers Neyman into his band, giving the ambitious young drummer a shot at true greatness. He may achieve it, too, if Fletcher's methods don't drive him to madness first. (R) 1 hr 45 min
Oscars for Best Supporting Actor, J.K.Simmons, Best Film Editing and Best Sound Mixing.
The Imitation Game
Saturday Feb 28
Oscar Winner for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Drama, based on a true story, about mathematical wizard Alan Turing's
key role in Britain's effort to crack Germany's Enigma code
during World War II. Stars Oscar nominees Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley.
Sun Mar 1: 2pm-captioned (explanation at bottom of page)
Starring Oscar Winner for Best Actor, Eddie Redmayne, and Oscar nominee Felicity Jones.
The story of renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and his relationship with fellow Cambridge student Jane Wilde.
Directed by Academy Award winner James Marsh (Man on Wire).
Classic Movie Night presented by the Sopris Sun
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Monday March 2, 7:30 (PG) 1hr 50 min
Tickets are $8 at the door, with proceeds benefiting your non-profit community newspaper. Come and see the film that won 4 Oscars in 1969. starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford. Costumes are encouraged. Get Your Cowboy On and Support The Sun!
***The winter Sunday showtimes are now 2pm & 5pm (no 7:30)***
movies may not always be the same for both shows. The 2pm show, when
possible, will be captioned. This means the movie has captions in
visible on the screen (like the closed-caption option on
TV). The captions contain readable text on the movie screen that
include descriptors of dialogue,
sound effects and music. They are
intended to enhance the moviegoing experience for anyone who is deaf,
hard-of-hearing, or who feel that they miss
some of the dialogue.
***We will try to adhere to this schedule but, on occasion, it may