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Movie listings: May 13-19

Varsity Theatre

May 13-19

See www.catheatres.com for additional showtimes.

The Man Who Knew Infinity


Sat.-Sun. early show: 12:50

Daily showtimes: 3:30, 6:10, 8:50

In 1913, Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel), a self-taught Indian mathematics genius, traveled to Trinity College, Cambridge, where over the course of five years, he forged a bond with his mentor, the brilliant and eccentric professor, G.H. Hardy (Jeremy Irons), and fought against prejudice to reveal his mathematic genius to the world. Directed by Matt Brown; also starring Malcolm Sinclair, Stephen Fry, Devika Bhise, Padraic Delaney, Toby Jones. Rated PG-13 for some thematic elements and smoking/108m.

Louder Than Bombs


Sat.-Sun. early show: 1:20

Daily showtimes: 4:00, 6:35, 9:10

An upcoming exhibition celebrating photographer Isabelle Reed (Isabelle Huppert) three years after her untimely death brings her eldest son Jonah (Jesse Eisenberg) back to the family house, forcing him to spend more time with his father, Gene (Gabriel Byrne), and withdrawn younger brother Conrad (Devin Druid) than he has in years. With the three of them under the same roof, Gene tries desperately to connect with his two sons, but they struggle to reconcile their feelings about the woman they remember so differently. Directed by Joachim Trier. Rated R for language, some sexual content, nudity and violent images/109m.

Papa: Hemingway in Cuba

Sat.-Sun. early show: 1:05

Daily showtimes: 3:50, 6:25, 9:00

A true story about the relationship between Miami journalist Denne Bart Petitclerc (Giovanni Ribisi) and legendary writer Ernest Hemingway (Adrian Sparks). Set during the Cuban revolution, the film was shot on location in Havana and inside Hemingway's estate, Finca Vigia. It is the first Hollywood film to be shot in Cuba since 1959. Directed by Bob Yari; also starring Adrian Sparks, Joely Richardson, Minka Kelly. Rated R for language, sexuality, some violence and nudity/110m.


Sat.-Sun. early show: 2:10

Daily showtimes: 4:35, 7:00, 9:20

Curmudgeonly widower Nat Dayan (Jonathan Pryce) clings to his way of life as a Kosher bakery shop owner in London's East End. Understaffed, Nat reluctantly enlists the help of teenager Ayyash (Jerome Holder), who has a secret side gig selling marijuana to help his immigrant mother make ends meet. When Ayyash accidentally drops his stash into the mixing dough, the challah starts flying off the shelves and an unlikely friendship forms between the old Jewish baker and his young Muslim apprentice. Directed by John Goldschmidt; also starring Ian Hart, Philip Davis, Pauline Collins, Malachi Kirby. This Film is Not Rated/94m.

A Hologram for the King

Daily showtimes: 3:40, 6:00

Cultures collide when an American businessman (Tom Hanks) is sent to Saudi Arabia to close what he hopes will be the deal of a lifetime. Baffled by local customs and stymied by an opaque bureaucracy, he eventually finds his footing with the help of a wise-cracking taxi driver (Alexander Black) and a beautiful Saudi doctor (Sarita Choudhury). Directed by Tom Tykwer. Rated R for some sexuality/nudity, language and brief drug use/97m.

Eye in the Sky

Sat.-Sun. early show: 1:10

Daily showtimes: 8:25

Starring Helen Mirren as Colonel Katherine Powell, a UK-based military officer in command of a top secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. Through remote surveillance and on-the-ground intel, Powell discovers the targets are planning a suicide bombing and the mission escalates from "capture" to "kill." But as American pilot Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is about to engage, a nine-year old girl enters the kill zone, triggering an international dispute reaching the highest levels of US and British government over the moral, political, and personal implications of modern warfare. Directed by Gavin Hood. Also starring Alan Rickman, Barkhad Abdi, Jeremy Northam, Iain Glen, Phoebe Fox. Rated R for some violent images and language/102m. 

Ashland Street Cinemas

May 13-19

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Money Monster


Sat.-Sun. early show: 1:45

Daily showtimes: 4:20, 6:50, 8:15, 9:20

Lee Gates (George Clooney) is a bombastic TV personality whose popular financial network show has made him the money wiz of Wall Street. But after he hawks a high-tech stock that mysteriously crashes, an irate investor (Jack O’Connell) takes Gates, his crew, and his ace producer Patty Fenn (Julia Roberts) hostage live on air. Unfolding in real time, Gates and Fenn must find a way to keep themselves alive while simultaneously uncovering the truth behind a tangle of big money lies. Directed by Jodie Foster; also starring Dominic West, Giancarlo Esposito, Caitriona Balfe. Rated R for language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence/98m.

Captain America: Civil War

Sat.-Sun. early shows: 11:35, 1:10 (3-D)

Daily showtimes: 2:45, 4:30 (3-D), 6:00, 7:50 (3-D), 9:10

Captain America leads the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps, one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability. Directed by Anthony Russo, Joe Russo; Starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Emily VanCamp, Don Cheadle, Jeremy Renner. Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of violence, action and mayhem/147m.

Hello, My Name is Doris

Sat.-Sun. early show: 12:50

Daily showtimes: 3:15, 5:45

After a lifetime of being overlooked and ignored, a woman of a certain age finds her world turned upside down by a handsome new co-worker and a self-help seminar that inspires her to take a chance on love. Directed by Michael Showalter; starring Sally Field, Max Greenfield, Natasha Lyonne, Kumail Nanjiani, Peter Gallagher, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Tyne Daly, Beth Behrs. Rated R for language/95m.

Mother's Day

Sat.-Sun. early show: 12:40

Daily showtimes: 3:25, 6:10, 8:55

The latest star studded ensemble comedy from director Garry Marshall is a celebration of mothers everywhere. This big-hearted comedy invites us all to enjoy the laughter, tears and love as three generations come together in the week leading up to Mother's Day. Starring Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, Julia Roberts, Jason Sudeikis, Britt Robertson, Timothy Olyphant, Hector Elizondo, Jack Whitehall. Rated PG-13 for language and some suggestive material/118m. 

The Jungle Book

Sat.-Sun. early shows: 12:30Daily showtimes: 3:05, 5:40, 8:05

An all-new live-action epic adventure about Mowgli (newcomer Neel Sethi), a man-cub who’s been raised by a family of wolves, but finds he is no longer welcome in the jungle when fearsome tiger Shere Khan (voice of Idris Elba) promises to eliminate what he sees as a threat. Urged to abandon the only home he’s ever known, Mowgli embarks on a captivating journey of self-discovery, guided by panther-turned-stern mentor Bagheera (voice of Ben Kingsley), and the free-spirited bear Baloo (voice of Bill Murray). Along the way, Mowgli encounters jungle creatures who don’t exactly have his best interests at heart, including Kaa (voice of Scarlett Johansson), a python whose seductive voice and gaze hypnotizes the man-cub, and the smooth-talking King Louie (voice of Christopher Walken), who tries to coerce Mowgli into giving up the secret to the elusive and deadly red flower: fire. Directed by Jon Favreau; also with the voices of Lupita Nyong'o, Giancarlo Esposito, Neel Sethi. Rated PG for some sequences of scary action and peril/106m.