Movies at Lapham
(With Internet Movie Rating on a 10 scale)
If you haven’t seen a film at Lapham, you should try one of these. Our movies are shown on a ten foot screen using Blu-Ray technology whenever possible. Nearly all our films are shown with English sub-titles for those who have difficulty hearing.
Free Wednesday Films at 1:00 p.m.
Lost City of Z – November 1 (7.1), 141 minutes
Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller
true-life drama, centering on British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett, who disappeared while searching for a mysterious city in the Amazon in the 1920s
Going in Style – November 8 (6.8), 96 minutes
Morgan Freeman, Alan Arkin, Michael Caine
lifelong buddies decide to step off the straight-and-narrow for the first time in their lives when their pension fund becomes a corporate casualty
A United Kingdom – Nov. 15 (6.8), 111 minutes
David Oyelowo, Rosamund Pike, Tom Felton
true story of the king of Botswana’s marriage to a white woman which puts his kingdom into turmoil
Being Poirot– November 22, (8.6), 50 minutes
after 25 years of playing Hercule Poirot, British actor David Suchet explores the enduring appeal of his most legendary character
Gifted – November 29 (7.8), 101 Minutes
Chris Evans, Mckenna Grace, Lindsay Duncan
a single man raising his child prodigy niece, is drawn into a custody battle with his mother
Megan Leavey – December 6 (7.5), 120 min.
Kate Mara, Ramon Rodriguez, Tom Felton
true story of a young Marine whose unique bond with her military combat dog saved many lives in Iraq
The Glass Castle – December 20 (7.9), 124 minutes
Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson, Naomi Watts
young girl comes of age in a dysfunctional family of nonconformist nomads
Sweet Bean – January 3 (7.4), 113 minutes
pancake stall manager meets an odd but sympathetic elderly woman looking for work. . . her homemade bean jelly convinces him to hire her
A Quiet Passion – January 10 (6.8), 125 min.
Emma Bell, Sara Vertongen, Rose Williams
story of American poet Emily Dickinson from her early days to her later years as a reclusive artist
Frantz – January 24 (7.5), 113 minutes
Pierre Niney, Paula Beer, Ernst Stötzner
true-life in the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fiancé’s grave
The Past – Jan. 31 (7.8), 130 minutes
Iranian man deserts his French wife and her two children to return to his homeland
Great American Scenic Railroads – Feb. 7, 114 minutes
the Canadian Rockies have never been captured so beautifully as you ride through the vistas of Lake Louise and Banff on VIA’s famous Canadian
It Happened One Night – Feb.14 (8.2),
Claudette Colbert, Clark Gable
classic comedy about an antagonistic couple determined to teach each other about life
Obit – Feb. 21 (7.4) 93 minutes
a first-ever glimpse into the daily rituals, joys and existential angst of the Times obit writers, as they chronicle life after death on the front lines of history
Papa Hemingway in Cuba – Feb. 28 (6,3) 110 min.
in 1959, a young journalist ventures to Havana to meet his idol, the legendary Ernest Hemingway who helped him find his literary voice, while the Cuban Revolution comes to a boil around them
Free Friday Films at 1:00 p.m.
Before the Flood – November 3 (8.4), 96 minutes
a look at how climate change affects our environment and what society can do to prevent the demise of endangered species and ecosystems
Summer Hours – November 10 (7.3), 103 minutes
Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling, Jérémie Rénier
the divergent paths of three adult siblings collide when their mother, an heiress, dies suddenly
My Life as a Zucchini – Nov. 17 (7.8), 70 minutes
after losing his mother, a young boy is sent to a foster home with other orphans his age where he begins to learn the meaning of trust and true love
A Monster Calls – December 1 (7.5), 108 minutes
Lewis MacDougall, Sigourney Weaver
boy seeks the help of a tree monster to cope with his single mother’s terminal illness
Eero Saarinen: The Architect who Saw the Future
– December 8 (7.0), 70 minutes
explores the life of the renowned architect whose visionary buildings include the St. Louis’ Gateway Arch
Joyeux Noel – Dec. 15 (7.1), 114 min.
In December 1914, an unofficial Christmas truce on the Western Front allows soldiers from opposing sides of WWI to gain insight into each other’s lives
Becoming Warren Buffett – Jan. 5 (7.6), 90 min.
The legendary investor started out as an ambitious, numbers-obsessed boy from Nebraska and ended up becoming one of the richest and most respected men in the world.
A Little Chaos – January 12 (6.5), 112 min.
Kate Winslet, Alan Rickman, Stanley Tucci
two talented landscape artists become romantically entangled while building a garden at Versailles
A Royal Night Out – January 19 (6.5), 97 minutes
Sarah Gadon, Bel Powley, Emily Watson
on V.E. Day in 1945, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations
Miss You Already – January 26 (6.8), 112 minutes
Drew Barrymore, Toni Collette, Dominic Cooper
friendship between two life-long girlfriends is put to the test when one starts a family and the other falls ill
Rams – February 2, (7.3), 93 minutes
in a remote Icelandic farming valley, two brothers who haven’t spoken in 40 years have to come together to save what’s dearest to them – their sheep
Hot Coffee – February 9 (7.6), 88 minutes
beginning with the infamous case of the woman who sued McDonalds over spilled coffee, this film tears apart conventional wisdom about ‘frivolous lawsuits’
A Map for Saturday – February 16 (7.9), 90 minutes
this film reveals a world of long-term, solo travel through the stories of trekkers on four continents
Impossible Dreamers – February 23 (8.9), 75 min.
inspirational documentary that follows a number of Senior Athletes, ranging from ages 60-94