SCREENING THIS WEEK:
The 3 great films we have been screening hold for one last week. Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, our schedule partially changes on Wednesday while the remainder of the lineup remains until Friday as usual. Come see them all.
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY keeps making the audiences dance, sing, weep and come back for a second time. If you missed Live Aid, you feel a part of it on Wembley Stadium field with thousands of fans watching one fantastic comeback by a band that pushed boundaries. “A fitting tribute to Freddie Mercury and Queen. Bohemian Rhapsody is a stirring spectacle.” Rashid Irani, Hindustatn Times. LEARN MORE AND WATCH THE TRAILER.
BEAUTIFUL BOY wrestles with the relationship between a father and son when dealing with an addiction. Based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son, David and Nic Sheff. “Both actors do powerful, subtle work.” Margot Harrison, Seven Days. LEARN MORE AND WATCH THE TRAILER.
FREE SOLO is rock climbing without a rope. A man and his quest or as Jean Lowerison of ReviewExpress.com says succinctly, “A Daredevil Does His Thing.” LEARN MORE AND WATCH THE TRAILER.
Opening Wednesday before Thanksgiving, CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME already being touted as the role that will propel Melissa McCarthy toward an Oscar nomination. “It’s not a rebirth for McCarthy, but it’s an awakening, and a reminder of what she can do when she dives into a project worthy of her talents.” said Adam Graham of the Detroit News. LEARN MORE AND WATCH THE TRAILER.
ONE NIGHT ONLY SCREENINGS
GRAVEYARD SHIFT presents John Carpenter’s THE THING – November 16th @ 10P. Sponsored by Groovy Graveyard, Kill Screen Games, Rebel Supply, Red Rose Bakery, Shoreline Media. LEARN MORE AND PURCHASE TICKETS.
HORROR CHURCH presents THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN – November 18th @ 11A.Sponsored by Ed JohnsonAP International. LEARN MOVE AND PURCHASE TICKETS.
THE NEW YORK FILM CRITICS pre-release screening of THE MERCY – December 6th @ 7:30P. Yachtsman Donald Crowhurst’s disastrous attempt to win the 1968 Golden Globe Race ends up with him creating an outrageous account of traveling the world alone by sea. Starring Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz. Includes a post-film live on tape talkback with star Colin Firth. LEARN MORE AND PURCHASE TICKETS.
FUTURE FILMS WE ARE ANTICIPATING: Movies listed as “Coming Soon” are films The ShowRoom Cinema would like to present and is actively trying to book. However, we don’t always know if or when we will be able to actually get them from distributors. We set showtimes on a week-by-week basis and will announce them as soon as we can confirm them. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
We look forward to bringing these films to THE SHOWROOM CINEMA and want you to know how much you support our theater by seeing them with us: WELCOME TO MARWEN; ON THE BASIS OF SEX; AT ETERNITY’S GATE; IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK; WILDLIFE; BORDER; MARIA BY CALLAS; NYFCS:MERCY.
HAVE A GREAT WEEK AND THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE SHOWROOM CINEMA.