Featuring a towering, deeply moving performance by Tilda Swinton, acclaimed filmmaker Joanna Hogg’s beguiling latest film is a brilliant and captivating exploration of parental relationships and the things we leave behind. An artist and her elderly mother confront long-buried secrets when they return to a former family home, now a hotel haunted by its mysterious past.
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Released in 1995 at the crest of Disney's animated renaissance, the very existence of A GOOFY MOVIE confused more than a few parents and critics unfamiliar with the popular "Goof Troop" television series. But for the generation of kids who saw it then (and/or again and again and again on VHS) it's proven to be a stone cold classic, capturing the emotional tenor of the "90s kid" experience and inspiring cultural tributes as recent and distinguished as a full episode of ATLANTA's final season.
Our multiplex competitors are spotlighting the usual holiday classics this season, so we're taking the opportunity for a detour through the outskirts of Christmas cinema. First up is the fourth and final film in the JAWS franchise, in which a great white shark embarks on a holiday revenge odyssey all the way from New England to the Bahamas.
Join us for our FREE monthly live standup engagement, showcasing the best comics from Knoxville and elsewhere, courtesy of our friends at Tiny Stage Comedy!
Shot largely from the band's POV, Australian psych rockers King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard's hypnotic concert film finally makes its theatrical debut for ONE NIGHT ONLY! Don't miss out!
Shoe Game and RheaSunshine present Collectively Speaking, hosted by Knoxville poet laureate RheaSunshine.
Jane Austen's work has laid the foundation for plenty of sharp-witted film romances, but rarely has an adaptation captured her essence like Joe Wright's dreamy, astoundingly cast debut.
|Friday 12/9||Saturday 12/10||Sunday 12/11|
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The Christmas horror canon has an exciting new entry from director Joe Begos (VFW, BLISS), fresh off an award-winning debut at October's Knoxville Horror Film Fest.
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Though DIE HARD gets all the Christmas Action Movie attention, Sly Stallone actually beat Bruce Willis to the punch with this notoriously violent Yuletide cop thriller produced by the infamous Cannon Group from Stallone's own script.
|Saturday 12/10||Sunday 12/11||Monday 12/12|
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Adapted by Tina Fey from a nonfiction book on high school sociology, MEAN GIRLS' stellar cast and razor-sharp wit have made it an all-time teen comedy classic.
|Friday 12/16||Saturday 12/17||Sunday 12/18||Monday 12/19|
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Join the Knoxville Horror Film Fest for our annual holiday party with another triple dose of Christmas horror featuring Bob Clark's groundbreaking Black Christmas (1974) and a new restoration of 1984 British slasher oddity Don't Open Till Christmas, plus a surprise third feature along with gifts, trivia and a holiday photo op for all your cheery needs.
There have been plenty of debauchery-heavy holiday films in recent years, but the hilarious, heartfelt THE NIGHT BEFORE tops them all. If being on your Nicest behavior with family over Christmas is set to wear you out, come take a break and get Naughty with us!
|Wednesday 12/21||Thursday 12/22||Friday 12/23||Saturday 12/24|
|8:30 pm||9:00 pm||5:45 pm|
The debate over whether DIE HARD is or is not a "Christmas movie" doesn't seem like it'll ever die, but one thing is for sure: Bruce Willis' starmaking action spectacle is the gift that keeps on giving.
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