At the theaters

Wed, 06/26/2019 - 10:00am


185 Townsend Ave., Boothbay Harbor ~ 633-0438 ~

“Toy Story 4” - Held over!  One of the most anticipated films of the summer is Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story 4. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen (Woody and Buzz Lightyear) have done it again in a critically-acclaimed long-awaited sequel that focuses on caring and friendship. Woody (Tom Hanks) has always been confident about his place in the world, and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. So when Bonnie’s beloved new craft-project-turned-toy, Forky (Tony Hale), declares himself as “trash” and not a toy, Woody takes it upon himself to show Forky why he should embrace being a toy.

When Bonnie takes the whole gang on her family’s road trip excursion, Woody ends up on an unexpected detour that includes a reunion with his long-lost friend Bo Peep (Annie Potts). After years of being on her own, Bo’s adventurous spirit and life on the road belie her delicate porcelain exterior. As Woody and Bo realize they’re worlds apart when it comes to what they want from life as a toy, they soon come to find that’s the least of their worries. (Rated G, 1 hour, 39 minutes) Playing at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, June 26; Thursday, June 27; Friday, June 28;  Saturday, June 29;  Monday, July 1 and Tuesday, July 2; plays at 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday, June 30.


Voted Best Theater in Maine in Down East Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards!

2 Theater St., Damariscotta ~ 563-3424 ~

“Non-Fiction” - In French with English subtitles -  Juliette Binoche and Guillame Canet reunite with acclaimed director Olivier Assayas for this wry, slyly seductive tale of sex, lies, and literature. Set amidst the bohemian intelligentsia of the Parisian publishing world, Non-Fiction traces the romantic and emotional fallout that results when a controversial writer begins blurring the line between fact and fiction, using his real-life love affairs -- including a passionate fling with an actress who happens to be married to his editor -- as fodder for his explosive new novel. Balancing dry wit with keen observations on the tensions between art, commerce, and technology, Non-Fiction is a buoyant, breezy delight from a master director at his most effortlessly brilliant. (R; 1 hour, 48 minutes)  Final screening Thursday, June 27 at 2 p.m. 

“Small Island” - NT Live -  Andrea Levy’s Orange Prize-winning novel Small Island comes to life in an epic new theatre adaptation, filmed live on stage as part of National Theatre Live’s 10th birthday. Small Island embarks on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, through the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury, England. The play follows three intricately connected stories. Hortense yearns for a new life away from rural Jamaica, Gilbert dreams of becoming a lawyer, and Queenie longs to escape her Lincolnshire roots. Hope and humanity meet stubborn reality as the play traces the tangled history of Jamaica and the UK. A company of 40 actors take to the stage of the National Theatre in London in this timely and moving story. Directed by Rufus Norris. (R; 2 hours, 50 minutes) Playing Thursday,  June 27 at 7 p.m.. Tickets: $15/adult, $13/members and $5/youth 18 and under.

“The Biggest Little Farm” -  A testament to the immense complexity of nature. The Biggest Little Farm follows two dreamers (Documentarian John Chester and his wife Molly) and their beloved dog when they make a choice that takes them out of their tiny L.A. apartment and into the countryside to build one of the most diverse farms of its kind in complete coexistence with nature. When their plan to create perfect harmony takes a series of wild turns, to survive they realize they'll have to reach a far greater understanding of the intricacies of nature, and life itself. Written and directed by John Chester. (PG; 1 hour, 31 minutes)  Playing at 2 and 7 p.m. Friday, June 28; Saturday, June 29;  Sunday, June 30; Wednesday, July 3 and Thursday, July 4.