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THE DARK KNIGHT

2008 • PG-13

Sunday, April 14 & Wednesday, April 17

Directed by Christopher Nolan (Oppenheimer) and considered by many to be the best Batman movie ever. The first-rate cast includes Heath Ledger, who gives a chilling Oscar®-winning performance as the Joker. (“Why so serious?”) Christian Bale stars as millionaire Bruce Wayne, who moonlights as “The Batman,” Gotham City’s masked vigilante (“I’ve seen now what I would have to become to stop men like him…”)

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HARRY POTTER & THE GOBLET OF FIRE

2008 • PG-13

Saturday, April 20, Sunday, April 21 & Wednesday, April 24

When Hogwarts hosts students from other schools (“the proud sons of Durmstrang and the lovely ladies of Beauxbatons”) for the legendary (and dangerous) Triwizard Tournament, Harry is unexpectedly chosen to be a contestant. Professor McGonagall (Maggie Smith) provides dance lessons for the glittering Yule Ball. (“I will not have you behaving like a babbling, bumbling band of baboons!”)

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THE MATRIX (25TH ANNIVERSARY)

1999 • R

Sunday, April 28 & Wednesday, May 1

Mind-blowing, futuristic action thriller that challenges our assumptions of what is real. Keanu Reeves is Neo, a computer hacker who is lured into a mysterious underworld (“Have you ever had a dream that you were so sure was real?”) With dazzling stunts and Oscar®-winning visual effects that bend the laws of physics. (“Unfortunately, no one can be told what the matrix is. You have to see it for yourself.”)

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DIAL M FOR MURDER

1954 • PG

Sunday, May 5 & Wednesday, May 8

Classic spellbinder directed by Alfred Hitchcock, the “Master of Suspense,” and featuring Oscar®- winning stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age. Ray Milland plays a suave tennis pro who suspects his beautiful rich wife (Grace Kelly) of having an affair. A delightful concoction of murder and deception, with twists and turns that will keep you happily on the edge of your seat. (“Do you really believe in the perfect murder?”)

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THE WIZARD OF OZ

1939 • G

Saturday, May 11, Sunday, May 12 (Mother’S Day) & Wednesday, May 15

Follow the yellow brick road with Dorothy, Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion, in the beloved musical based on the children’s book by L. Frank Baum. This magnificent Technicolor production features Judy Garland in her star-making role (“Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore…”) and Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch of the West. (“I’ll get you, my pretty…and your little dog too!”)