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Fri, Jan 28 – Thu, Feb 3

Parallel Mothers

Rated R | 2h 2m | Drama
In Spanish with English Subtitles
Written and Directed by Pedro Almodóvar
Watch Trailer Here

Two women, Janis and Ana, coincide in a hospital room where they are going to give birth. Both are single and became pregnant by accident. Janis, middle-aged, doesn’t regret it and she is exultant. The other, Ana, an adolescent, is scared, repentant and traumatized. Janis tries to encourage her while they move like sleepwalkers along the hospital corridors. The few words they exchange in these hours will create a very close link between the two, which by chance develops and complicates, and changes their lives in a decisive way.

—Sony Pictures Classics

Note to Oscar: Make sure a best actress nomination happens for the blazing Penelope Cruz in this emotional powerhouse from director Pedro Almodóvar about a Madrid photographer coping with an unplanned pregnancy and a tangled political past.

—Peter Travers, ABC News

Critic’s Pick: The central plot of Parallel Mothers is vintage Almodóvar: a skein of reversals, revelations, surprises and coincidences unraveled with style, wit and feeling.

—A.O. Scott, New York Times


 Rated R | 2h 13m | Comedy/Drama/Romance | In English Written and Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson | Watch Trailer Here

Licorice Pizza is the story of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine growing up, running around and falling in love in the San Fernando Valley, 1973….the film tracks the treacherous navigation of first love.

Critic’s Pick: An instant classic that brings out the best from some old pros and the brilliant newcomers Cooper Hoffman and Alana Haim.

-Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times

Critic’s Pick: [Paul Thomas Anderson] has sifted through a haze of wildly embellished tales and half-forgotten memories — and pieced together something that feels more concrete, more achingly, tangibly real, than just about any American movie this year.

-Justin Chang, Los Angeles Times


Rated PG-13 | 1h 57m | In English | Documentary | Watch Trailer Here

Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America offers a stirring and persuasive reckoning with a subject that’s as fundamental as it is highly charged. 

Interweaving lecture, personal anecdotes, interviews, and shocking revelations, in WHO WE ARE: A Chronicle of Racism in America, criminal defense/civil rights lawyer Jeffery Robinson draws a stark timeline of anti-Black racism in the United States, from slavery to the modern myth of a post-racial America.

-Sony Picture Classics

Who We Are should be made required viewing in every American school as we find ourselves perched, once again, at a pivotal tipping point.


Critic’s Pick: It’s unlikely that any lecture documentary since “An Inconvenient Truth” has had the galvanizing potential of “Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America” – and if that sounds like faint praise, it isn’t meant that way.

-New York Times

FRI, FEB 25 – THU, MAR 3