Doors open 40 minutes before show time. We recommend arriving at least 20 to 30 minutes prior to show time if you plan to eat with us or if you have a group of three or more and want to sit together. Reservations are encouraged but not always required. Seating is first-come, first-served, general admission -even if you have a reservation. Our phone number is (828) 697-2463. We don't answer the phone if we're not open and if we're seating for a show so keep trying if you can't reach us.
We usually change our schedule each Friday. Tickets are $8.75 for all shows, all ages. Tickets are $6 on Tuesdays, excluding Sony films and special events.
All prices subject to change without notice.
Films listed are subject to availability, are shown in no particular order, and may change without notice. We usually change our schedule each Friday.
It is RARE for us to know the exact dates we can play these films and since we only have one screen, we can't always play films on their release dates - but we try. We ALWAYS post our schedule as soon as we know it so check back with us often or sign up to have show times delivered to you via email using this link.
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Jason Clarke, Ed Helms, Jim Gaffigan,
Kate Mara, Bruce Dern
May 18th - 24th:
FRI, SAT, TUE, WED, THU 4:00, 7:00
$6 Movie Tickets on Tuesday!
$2.50 pints on Wednesday!
$5 Lunch Plates on Sunday!
PG-13, Drama, History, Thriller, 106 Minutes
Director: John Curran
Chappaquiddick recounts the tragic events of the 1969 car accident involving U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy and a young, female campaign worker who died at the scene. Kennedy left the scene of the accident and didn't alert authorities for ten hours. What happens over the ensuing days, reveals how one of the most powerful and influential political family dynasties in U.S. history orchestrated the truth behind the death of Mary Jo Kopechne. Their efforts to control the story in the press, run damage control and preserve the family's legacy is an extraordinary story of the powerful and the untouchable. This tension-filled war room became Kennedy's savior and nemesis, ultimately revealing his vulnerabilities, his damaged relationship with his father, Joe Kennedy Sr., all while testing his integrity and political future. As his brother John's presidential promise to land a man on the moon unfolds, Kennedy considers his own legacy. This infamous incident will become a defining moment in his career, as he wrestles with his own moral compass, and ultimately puts his future in the hands of the American People.