Free Films

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 p.m.

I Capture the Castle – February 8 (7.1), 113 minutes
Romola Garai, Rose Byrne, Bill Nighy
Love story set in 1930s England that follows an eccentric family, struggling to survive in a decaying English castle

Where to Invade Next – February 15 (7.6), 120 min.
To learn what the USA can learn from other nations, Michael Moore playfully “invades” them to see what they have to offer

Second Mother – Febreary 22 (7.9), 112 minutes
when the estranged daughter of a hard-working live in Housekeeper suddenly appears, the unspoken class barriers that exist within the home in Sao Paulo are thrown into disarray

Bridget Jones’ Baby – March 1 (7.0), 104 minutes
Renee Zellweger, Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent
Bridget’s life is interrupted when she finds herself pregnant and is only 50% sure who the father is

Greater – March 8 (8.2), 130 minutes
Christopher Severio, Neal McDonough
inspirational story of Brandon Burlsworth, possibly the greatest walk-on in the history of college football

Snowden – March 22 (7.4), 130 minutes
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley
NSA’s illegal surveillance techniques are leaked to the public by one of the agency’s employees

The Light Between Oceans – Mar. 29 (7.2), 96 min.
Michael Fassbender, Alicia Vikander
lighthouse keeper and his wife raise a baby they rescue from a drifting rowboat

The Queen of Katwe – April 5 (7.3), 124 minutes
Madina Nalwanga, David Oyelowo, Lupita Nyong’o
Ugandan girl sees her world rapidly change after being introduced to the game of chess

A Man Called Ove – April 12 (7.6), 116 minutes
ill-tempered, isolated retiree develops and unlikely friendship with his boisterous neighbors

Hell or High Water – April 26 (7.8), 102 minutes
divorced father and his ex-con brother resort to a desperate scheme to save their family’s ranch

Marguerite – May 3 (7.0), 129 minutes
Catherine Frot, Andre Marcon, Michel Fau
Paris 1920s: wealthy woman loves to sing for her friends…although she’s not a good singer

Anthropoid – May 10 (7.3), 120 minutes
the extraordinary true story of Operation Anthropoid, the WW II mission to assassinate SS General Reinhard Heydrich, third in command after Hitler

Loving – May 17 (7.3), 117 minutes
Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Will Dalton
true story of interracial couple who fought discrimination to the Supreme Court

The Choice – May 24 (6.5), 111 minutes
Benjamin Walker, Teresa Palmer
based on Nicholas Sparks’ novel in which two unlikely lovers spark a romantic relationship

My Love, Don’t Cross That River – May 31 (7.9)
Korean documentary about a couple who have lived together for 76 years

Movies at Lapham
We show our films on a big screen with subtitles whenever they are available.

Free Friday Films

Mustang – February 3 (7.7), 97 minutes
When five Turkish orphan girls are seen innocently
playing with boys, their scandalized guardians
confine them while forced marriages are arranged

Elvis & Nixon – February 10 (6.5), 120 minutes
Kevin Spacy, Michael Shannon
Untold true story behind the meeting between the
King of Rock ‘n Roll, and President Richard Nixon

Oscar and Lucinda – February 17, (6.7), 88 minutes
Cate Blanchette, Ralph Fiennes
Two eccentrics, one the rich owner of a glass-works,
and one an emotionally damaged and fragile young
minister are united by their obsession with gambling

The End of the Affair – February 24 (7.2), 102 min.
Ralph Fiennes, Julianne Moore, Stephen Rea
In England during WWII, an American writer
and the bored wife of a British civil servant fall in
love. Then she mysteriously ends the affair

The von Trapp Family – March 3 (6.6), 98 minutes
Eliza Bennett, Lauryn Canny, Yvonne Catterfield
eldest daughter of the well-known musical family pursues her musical career in the United States

Sully – March 10, (7.2), 96 minutes
Tom Hanks, Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney
story of the American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged airliner on the Hudson River

Deepwater Horizon – March 17 (7.5), 107 minutes
Mark Wahlberg, Kust Russell
dramatization of the April 2010 disaster when the offshore drilling rig, Deepwater Horizon, exploded and created the worst oil spill in U.S. history

When Elephants Were Young – Mar. 24 (7.9), 90 min.
William Shatner narrates this story of a young man and his elephant living together in Thailand

Harry & Snowman – March 31 (8.6), 84 minutes
documentary about immigrant Harry DeLeyer and the plow horse he rescued from slaughter

Mr. Church – April 7 (7.7), 104 minutes
Eddie Murphy, Britt Robertson, Natascha McElhone
a unique friendship develops when a little girl and her dying mother hire a talented cook: Henry Church

Love, Rosie – April 21 (7.2), 80 minutes
Lily Collins, Sam Claflin, Christian Cooke
Rosie and Alex are best friends until Alex’s family moves to America; they gamble everything to keep their love alive over the years and miles.

Without a Home – April 28 (7.7), 97 minutes
young woman’s desire to understand the homeless epidemic in LA takes her on a four year journey into the lives of several homeless individuals

The Eagle Huntress – May 5 (7.6), 87 minutes
follows Aisholpan, a 13 year-old girl, as she trains to become the first female in twelve generations of her Kazakh family to become an eagle hunter

Hello, My Name is Doris – May 12 (6.7), 95 minutes
Sally Field, Max Greenfield, Tyne Daly
self-help seminar inspires a sixty-something woman to romantically pursue her younger co-worker

Dark Horse – May 19 (7.4), 85 minutes
inspirational true story of friends from a working men’s club who decide to take on the elite ‘sport of kings’ and breed themselves a racehorse

Gleason – May 26 (8.3), 110 minutes
inspirational documentary about Steve Gleason, a former professional football player, who makes a video diary for his son after he is diagnosed with ALS