JULY 1: CHRISTMAS IN JULY (NR); 67 min; 1940
This comedy is about an office clerk who thinks his fortune will be made if he can win a slogan contest.
JULY 8: THE CHOICE (PG13); 110min; 2016
In this romantic drama, medical student Gabby moves next door to a charming womanizer named Travis. Although Gabby has a serious boyfriend, she and Travis quickly develop feelings for each other that blossom into love.
JULY 15: SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR (PG); 119 min; 1978
A married New Jersey accountant and a housewife accidentally meet in a Californian country inn. They have an affair, which they continue for the next 25 years, meeting only once a year for a weekend getaway at the same hotel.
JULY 22: LONDON HAS FALLEN (R); 100 min; 2016
A terrorist plot unfolds in London during the funeral of the British prime minister. A Secret Service agent, the U.S. president, and an MI-6 operative must work together to stop the terrorists from assassinating the world’s leaders.
JULY 29: RIDE ALONG 2 (PG13); 102 min; 2016
Friction continues between rookie cop Ben and his seasoned partner (and future brother-in-law) James. After discovering a mysterious flash drive, the pair travel to Miami to hunt down a local drug lord with the help of a savvy detective.
AUGUST 5: SPLENDOR IN THE GRASS (NR); 124 min; 1961
1961’s premiere “date” movie represented the screen debut of Warren Beatty. Set in the 1920s, William Inge’s screenplay concerns the superheated romance between working-class high schooler Natalie Wood and rich kid Beatty.
AUGUST 12: DADDY’S HOME (PG13); 96 min; 2015
A mild-mannered everyman whose only goal in life is to be a good stepdad, thinks he’s finally won the kids over when their biological father comes back into the picture, determined to usurp his standing as the favorite dad.
AUGUST 19: THE JOY LUCK CLUB (R); 140 min; 199330); 121 min; 2015
Ever since arriving in the United States after World War II, a group of late-middle-aged Chinese women gather weekly to play mah-jongg and to tell tales of their children and grandchildren, giving a sense of hope and renewal to each other.
AUGUST 26: RACE (PG13); 134 min; 2016
This drama based on true events focuses on legendary black athlete Jesse Owens and his inspiring journey to overcome racism at home and abroad, culminating in his triumphant track-and-field performance at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
SEPTEMBER 2: YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU (NR); 126 min; 1938
This is a comedy about the zany Sycamore household, presided over by Grandpa Vanderhof, a former businessman who has turned his back on commerce to enjoy life.
SEPTEMBER 9: THE BIG SHORT (R); 130 min; 2015
The 2008 financial crisis as seen through the lens of four unorthodox moneymen, who had foreseen the consequences of the fraudulent mortgage-lending practices of large banks on Wall Street.
SEPTEMBER 16: CREED (PG13); 132 min; 2015
The son of former heavyweight champion Apollo Creed attempts to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a boxing legend in his own right.
SEPTEMBER 23: NOTTING HILL (PG13); 124 min; 1999
Can a beautiful and internationally famous American actress find happiness with a frumpy British bookstore clerk?
SEPTEMBER 30: SAN ANDREAS (PG13); 114min; 2015
The infamous San Andreas Fault gives way, producing a devastating earthquake across California.
Films will be shown in the Roche Bros Community Room at 1PM. Program is free. No registration required.