JANUARY 6: THE GLENN MILER STORY (G); 115 min; 1954
The Glenn Miller Story traces Miller’s rise from pit-orchestra trombone player to leader of the most successful big
band of his era.

JANUARY 13: BARBERSHOP, THE NEXT CUT (PG13); 112 min; 2016
Calvin, Rashad, Eddie and the rest of the crew at the barbershop are now working alongside a number of female
hairdressers. Soon, they are all forced to band together to stop the violence in their Chicago neighborhood, and
their plan includes brokering a truce among rival gangs and giving away free haircuts to promote their message of
peace.

JANUARY 20: MOTHER’S DAY (PG13); 118 min; 2016
This star-studded ensemble comedy tells a series of interlocking stories about motherhood.

JANUARY 27: SULLY (PG13); 96 min; 2016
This is the portrait of airline pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, which depicts his successful emergency landing of
an Airbus A320 on the Hudson River in January 2009. In the aftermath of this unprecedented and heroic feat, the
traumatized pilot must endure second-guessing by investigators, the weight of sudden fame, and his own doubts.

FEBRUARY 3: FUNNY GIRL (G); 145 min; 1968
Based on a true story. A gawky New Yawker, Fanny Brice fast-talks her way into show business, certain that she’s
destined to be “The Greatest Star.” Hired as a “dramatic” singer by impresario Flo Ziegfeld, Brice defies orders to
play it straight, turning her scene into a laugh riot and turning Brice into an overnight star and the toast of
Broadway.

FEBRUARY 10: BRIDGET JONES’S BABY (R); 125 min; 2016
Bridget Jones, now a fortysomething news producer, discovers that she’s pregnant. However, she isn’t sure if the
baby’s father is Mark Darcy, her on-and-off boyfriend, or Jack Qwant, her new American love interest.

FEBRUARY 17: JASON BOURNE (PG13); 123 min; 2016
Years after the events of The Bourne Ultimatum, former CIA assassin Jason Bourne, now fully recovered from his
amnesia, resurfaces just as his former employers are implementing a new program aimed at hunting him down.

FEBRUARY 24: NO MOVIE—SCHOOL VACATION

MARCH 3: JEZEBEL (NR); 103 min; 1938
Set in the 1850s, Jezebel heroine Julie Marsden is a headstrong Southern belle. She loves her fiancé but loses him
when she makes a public spectacle of herself (to provoke envy in him) by wearing an inappropriate red dress to a
ball.

MARCH 10: CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE (PG13); 114 min; 2016
Mild-mannered accountant Calvin is stunned when he runs into an old high-school classmate named Bob — once an
overweight and frequently bullied teen, Bob is now a CIA agent who’s in perfect shape. However, their reignited
friendship turns dangerous when Bob asks for Calvin’s help with a crucial mission involving the hacking of U.S. spy
satellites.

MARCH 17: SPOTLIGHT (R); 128 min; 2015
Under the direction of new editor Marty Baron, the Boston Globe’s elite investigative team, known as Spotlight, is
tasked with delving into decades’ worth of child-abuse claims against the Catholic Church.

MARCH 24: NO MOVIE– BOOK SALE

MARCH 31: FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS (PG13); 110 min; 2016
Heiress Florence Foster Jenkins longs to become an opera star in 1940s New York, despite possessing a horrible
singing voice. With the help and encouragement of her husband and a talented musician, she finds a very strange
kind of success as a performer and recording artist.