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Sunday Night at the Movies is presented by the Sunday Night Movie Group. Our goal is to provide a balanced and varied source of entertainment for residents. Proceeds benefit the Scholars and Benevolent Funds.
November 26 Wonder Woman (2017) Rated PG-13 [120 min]
Inspired by the classic DC comics character, this epic tale charts the origins of the mighty Wonder Woman, who leaves her all-female island home hoping to deploy her powers to help put an end to the carnage of World War I.
December 3 Maudie (2017) Rated PG-13 [115 min]
This affecting biopic charts the story of Maud Lewis, who rises above the juvenile rheumatoid arthritis that made her a social outcast and finds a passion for painting, becoming a beloved Canadian folk artist in the process.
Cast includes Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke.
December 10 Paris Can Wait (2017) Rated PG [120 min]
With her daughter in college and her workaholic husband perpetually absent, Anne Lockwood is ripe for the wooing when one of her spouse’s associates offers to give her a lift from Cannes to Paris – a seven-hour journey that turns into two days. Diane Lane and Alex Baldwin head the cast.
December 17 Mr. Church (2016) Rated PG-13 [104 min]
Hired to lend a hand to a single mother diagnosed with cancer, Henry Joseph Church (Eddie Murphy) wins the hearts of mom Marie Brody and daughter Charlie through his cooking, establishing a bond that lasts long beyond Marie’s death and Charlie’s childhood.
December 24 NO MOVIE!!
Enjoy Christmas with your family and friends!!
December 31 The King and I (1956) Rated G [133 min]
Celebrate New Year’s Eve with one of the greatest Musicals of all times!!!
See the separate announcement which comments on the movie that earned Yul Brynner the Best Actor Oscar for 1954. Deborah Kerr also stars.