SPONGEBOB Movie: Sponge On The Run -August 14TH 

Running Time: 1Hr 32Mins

SpongeBob (Tom Kenny) loves his pet snail Gary, whom he first met years ago at Camp Coral. However, when he comes home one day to find Gary has been snail-napped, SpongeBob and his friend Patrick (Bill Fagerbakke) embark on an epic adventure to The Lost City of Atlantic City to bring Gary home.

As they navigate the delights and dangers on this perilous and hilarious rescue mission, including a meeting with a mystic Sage (Keanu Reeves) made out of sage. SpongeBob and his pal prove there's nothing stronger than the power of friendship.

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 UNHINGED - Coming Soon - August 14

  Running Time: 1Hr 31Mins

When a light changes from red to green and the truck in front of her doesn't move, Rachel (Caren Pistorius), a young mother with her teenage son (Gabriel Bateman) in the car, leans on her horn impatiently, then tears out from behind it.

When she's caught in a traffic jam up ahead, the man (Russell Crowe) in the truck pulls up beside her and asks her son if he knows what a courtesy tap is. He gives an example, tapping his car horn lightly and tells the boy, "I'm sure that's what your mom meant to do."

Still angry, she replies, "No, it's not." The man explains, "I've been having kind of a hard time lately, I'm sorry." He asks her to accept his apology and suggests that maybe she wants to apologize as well. Rachel tells her horrified son to ignore the man and says to the guy in the truck she doesn't have anything to apologize for.

Enraged, the man begins to follow Rachel. He tells her he doesn't think she knows what a bad day is and threatens, "But you're going to find out." He goes after Rachel, her family and everyone in the vicinity as he sets out to teach her what a bad day is and when to apologize, as he uses violence and retribution as his teaching aids.


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 TENET- Coming Soon - August 26th

  Running Time:  2Hr 30Mins

In this international spy thriller from writer/director Christopher Nolan, a man (John David Washington) chooses to die rather than give the names of his colleagues. When he comes to in a hospital bed, he discovers it was a test and he has passed it. As he recovers from his near death experience, he's welcomed to "The Afterlife."

He joins a group of international spies, all of whom are all trying to prevent World War III. He is given the code word “tenet,” which should open both the right – and wrong – doors to help save the entire world. He teams up with another man (Robert Pattinson) and together, through bold moves and the power to reverse the flow of time, they must save the people in the future – and the present.


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