Now Playing

Posted by admin on 14th April 2014 in Now Playing
Facebook Link

Closed Monday & Tuesday this week






WEDNESDAY 4/16 thru SATURDAY 4/19 at 7:00pm

SUNDAY at 3:00pm



Click on the

poster to

watch the








Rated R


Ralph Fiennes
F. Murray Abraham
Edward Norton
Mathieu Amalric
Saoirse Ronan
Adrien Brody
Willem Dafoe
Léa Seydoux
Jeff Goldblum
Jason Schwartzman
Jude Law
Tilda Swinton
Harvey Keitel
Tom Wilkinson
Bill Murray
Owen Wilson
Tony Revolori


Wes Anderson’s comedy-

drama recounts the

adventures of Gustave H,

a legendary concierge at a

famous European hotel

between the wars, and

Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy

who becomes his most trusted

friend. The story involves the

theft and recovery of a priceless

Renaissance painting, the

battle for an enormous family

fortune, and the concierge

who teams up with

one of his employees to

prove his innocence

after he is framed for



“Eloquent, offbeat and charming, The Grand Budapest Hotel

is Anderson’s most accomplished film to date”.




Coming EASTER WEEKEND: Saturday 4/19 at 3:00pm

FREE ADMISSION- Sponsored by United Methodist Church of Boothbay Cooperative Parish.

son_of_god_xlg . Click on the poster to watch the trailer




138 minutes


This major motion picture event –

an experience created to be shared

among families and communities

across the U.S. — brings the story of

Jesus’ life to audiences through

compelling cinematic storytelling

that is both powerful and

inspirational. Told with the scope

and scale of an action epic, the film

features powerful performances,

exotic locales, dazzling visual

effects and a rich orchestral

score from Oscar (R)-winner

Hans Zimmer.


Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado

portrays the role of Jesus as the

film spans from his humble birth

through his teachings, crucifixion

and ultimate resurrection .







Please support the theatre by purchasing 

Gift Certificates, Memberships & Screen ads.

Rent the theatre for your next party or special event. (See “Pages” for details)

 Thanks to generous community support, the theatre converted to digital projection on 5/8/2013

 The conversion was necessary because the movie industry will no longer

 distribute movies on 35mm film after this year.