August Friday Movies




Movies are free and open to the public


August 2      Breakthrough (2019)

John Smith (Marcel Ruiz) is a 14-year-old Guatemalan boy raised in Lake St. Louis, Missouri by his adoptive parents, Brian (Josh Lucas) and Joyce (Chrissy Metz) Smith. Though they are openly loving and supportive towards him, John struggles with feelings of abandonment from his birth parents as he goes through puberty and self-discovery, and starts rebelling against his parents and teachers. Rating: PG. Runtime: 116 minutes

August 9    The Mustang (2019)

The story of Roman Coleman, a violent convict, who is given the chance to participate in a rehabilitation therapy program involving the training of wild mustangs. Rating: R (for language, some violence and drug content) Runtime: 96 minutes.

August 16    Gloria Bell (2018)

Gloria Bell (Julianne Moore) is a 50-something woman who has been divorced for nearly 10 years. She has two grown kids and works an office job at an insurance company. She spends her days working and checking in with her children. At night, she likes to go out dancing and meeting people. At home, a stray cat keeps sneaking its way into her apartment, and her upstairs neighbor is constantly screaming. Rating: R (sexuality, nudity, language and some drug use) Runtime: 102 min.

August 23    The Best of Enemies (2019)

Ann Atwater (Taraji P. Henson), a civil rights activist in Durham, North Carolina, battles with the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) leader C. P. Ellis (Sam Rockwell) for a decade until 1971, when the two agree to co-chair a two-week community meeting to deal with a court-ordered school desegregation decree, which changes both of their lives.  Rating: PG-13 (for thematic material, racial epithets, some violence and a suggestive reference) Runtime: 133 minutes.

August 30    Ashes in the Snow (2018)

In 1941, a 16 year-old aspiring artist and her family are deported to Siberia amidst Stalin’s brutal dismantling of the Baltic region. One girl’s passion for art and her never-ending hope will break the silence of history. Rating: NR Runtime: 98 minutes