Monday Afternoon Movies

Recently released movies are shown on a large screen TV, with captions for the hearing impaired, every Monday at 1:00 pm.

Please note: Titles may change without notice. 

May 21 -

The Shape of Water

- This is the Academy Award Winner for Best Picture.  A mute cleaning lady working in a secret U.S. Government lab in 1962 befriends an unworldly creature who's being held there against its will.  In time, she and her friends decide to help it escape from captivity in this stirring fantasy romance.  Rated R

June 4 -

I, Tonya

- this electrifying biopic uses the format of a faux documentary to trace the rise and fall of Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding whose career comes crashing down when her ex-husband orchestrates and attack on rival skater Nancy Kerrigan. Rated R

June 11 -

Victoria & Abdul

- True story of an unexpected friendship with Abdul Karim in the later years of Queen Victoria's extraordinary rule. As their friendship grows, the Queen begins to see a changing world through new eyes and joyfully reclaims her humanity.  This drama stars Judi Dench. Rated PG-13

June 25 -

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri

- The story of a mother who goes to war against her local police force by painting three billboards leading into town with controversial messages about them being too inept to solve her daughters murder. Rated R

July 2 -

Lady Bird

- This drama is set in 2002 Sacrament California and tells the story of a mother and her teenage daughter and looks how their relationship  shapes them, how their beliefs defines them and the unmatched beauty of a place called home. Rated R.

July 9 -

Darkest Hour

- Staring Academy Award Winner Gary Oldman, this drama retells the story as Hitler's forces near the United Kingdom and it is up to Winston Churchill to decide between negotiating peace of fighting against impossible odds. Rated PG-13

July 16 -

Filmstars Don't Die in Liverpool

- This moving love story explores the blooming May-December romance between an young English actor and an aging movie star. Rated R

July 23 -

The Post

- Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep star in this docudrama set in 1971 as the staff of the Washington Post face the dilemma on whether or not to publish the highly classified - top secret Pentagon Papers that reveal the US Government knew for decades the Vietnam War was unwinnable. Rated PG-13