Louisville Exclusives/New Releases

MISSISSIPPI GRIND  (R)   October 2 - October 8
Gerry is a talented poker player, but his gambling habit is getting the best of him. One day, he meets a charismatic young traveler named Curtis. Deeming Curtis his lucky charm, Gerry convinces him that they should hit the road together. As they gamble their way down South toward a legendary high-stakes poker game in New Orleans, the trip's highs and lows unveil the duo's true character and motivation, and an undeniable bond forms between them.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 1:10p 4:20p 7:15p 9:40p
SUNDAY-THURSDAY 1:10p 4:20p 7:15p
Run time: 1 hr  58 mins
SHANGHAI  (R)   October 2 - October 8
This period drama concerns an American (John Cusack) in Shanghai who, through the investigation of the death of a friend, ends up falling in love while stumbling upon a political conspiracy. 1408 helmer Mikael Håfström directs. Gong Li and Ken Watanabe co-star in the production, from a script supplied by Hossein Amini.

Run time: 1 hr  50 mins

SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE  (R)   October 2 - October 8
Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie star as two romantic failures whose years of serial infidelity and self-sabotage have led them to swear that their relationship will remain strictly platonic. But can love still bloom while you're sleeping with other people? Writer/director Leslye Headland's (Bachelorette) sexy romantic comedy co-stars Amanda Peet, Adam Scott, and Natasha Lyonne.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY 1:00p 4:05p 7:10p 9:40p
SUNDAY-THURSDAY  1:00p 4:05p 7:10p
Run time: 1 hr  45 mins

THE OLD WINTER (PG-13)    ONLY SHOWING ON Friday, October 23 at 7pm
A historically based drama that takes a stand for farmers who never had the chance to own the land they worked, raised families on, and bled upon. Often, that same land would later be sold to outsiders and the landowners would become even wealthier, while the tenant farmers who had spent their lives working that land were left struggling to find a place to live and raise their families, often never having a chance to own any of it. In most cases, the land became subdivided. But, The Old Winter goes even deeper. It takes a look at how the hard, physical work amid the solitude of beautiful fields and pastures, created mature men, women, and children, strengthened their Christian spirituality and brought them closer to God; the result being people that led cleaner, safer, happier, and more rewarding lives in the long run. Yet, as the farms have been destroyed by human lust for power and money, we have also destroyed the simplistic power of beauty, peace, morality, and spirituality. Starring Thomas Clark, Mike Seely, Paul Louis Harrell, Sebrina Scott, and John Wells. Written and Directed by John A. Coulter.
Run Time 2 hr\s  09 mins

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