Friday, April 11 — 9
Sunday, April 13 — 2:30, 5, 8
If you’re one of the three people who doesn’t know the lyrics to “Let It Go,” it might be time to check out Frozen, the latest Disney animated feature film that’s been taking over the world by winter storm. Elsa (Idina Menzel), princess of Arendelle, has the magical ability to create ice and snow. While it seems like a dream come true, Elsa resents herself because of the harm she bears to her younger sister, Anna (Kristin Bell). Due to Elsa’s fear, she decides to isolate herself from Anna, causing a rift to grow between the two sisters. But when the entire kingdom gets cast under Elsa’s ice spell, Anna teams up with mountain man Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), his reindeer Sven, and the magical snowman, Olaf (Josh Gad), to find her sister. In one of the most splendid films of the year, Frozen has you singing to the top of your lungs and bawling your eyes out at the same time.
Friday, April 11 — 12
Saturday, April 12 — 12
The movie we’ve all been waiting for is finally here and we are all alive to be a part of this momentous event. Sharknado takes adventure to an entirely new world and it’s too good to be true. After a freak hurricane hits Los Angeles, man-eating sharks start attacking the city literally by storm. In a desperate attempt to save his wife, bar-owner Fin (Ian Ziering) gathers together his group of friends to face an impending tornado — of sharks. In what is definitely on of the most unexpected movies of all time, Sharknado manages to toss criticisms aside by making fun of itself within its own movie. It’s amazingly fun and fearlessly imaginative and, if you miss it, you might regret not being able to tell your grandchildren how awesome it was to be alive during the generation of Sharknado.