Skip to Content

Important Update

Masks are not required, though they are encouraged. While we are no longer checking for proof of vaccination, we do, of course, strongly encourage everyone to be vaccinated. Click here for more information.





Thursday, November 17

(2012, Ridley Scott) In 2093, Captain Idris Elba, archeologist Noomi Rapace (Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), funder’s rep Charlize Theron, and android Michael Fassbender land the Prometheus on distant moon LV-223 in search of humanity’s origins. Scott’s first in 3-D is part Alien sequel. DCP. Approx. 124 mins.


“Something like genuine grandeur… The 3-D is unusually graceful — your gaze is absorbed rather than assaulted — and you are pulled into a world of lovely and disconcerting strangeness with plenty of time to puzzle over the behavior of its inhabitants.”
– A.O. Scott, The New York Times

“Certainly has a look—it’s grand, somber, and gray, like some region of Hell that Dante never got around to mapping…Ridley Scott’s craft is all-powerful.”
– David Denby, The New Yorker

“A CAPTIVATING EXPERIENCE, meant to be savored on the big screen. Ridley Scott’s reputation as a master craftsman is well deserved and he offers up a big, impressive, eye-opening production.”
– Indiewire

– Salon

“A magnificent science-fiction film, all the more intriguing because it raises questions about the origin of human life and doesn't have the answers. It’s in the classic tradition of golden age sci-fi, echoing Scott’s Alien (1979), but creating a world of its own…A seamless blend of story, special effects and pitch-perfect casting, filmed in sane, effective 3-D that doesn't distract.”
– Roger Ebert

– A.V. Club

Film Forum