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Happening This Thursday Night, July 9th, 2015 at 7:30pm ~ (Doors open at 7pm).

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Thursday, July 9th, 2015
Additional Showings Scheduled for Thursdays in July @ 7:30pm / Doors at 7pm

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Showtime @ 7:30pm / Doors at 7pm
20th Century Fox
MPAA Rating: Rated PG for mild action, some rude humor and brief language.

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Director: Shawn Levy
Writer: Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon
Running Time: 98 Min.
Cast: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais, Dan Stevens, Rebel Wilson, Ben Kingsley
Plot: Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night At the Museum ever as Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family

IMDb: Link
Website: www.nightatthemuseummovie.com

Review Excerpted From Tom Long / Detroit News:

It’s the rare film that features a Neanderthal making out with a British security guard, a monkey peeing on a river of lava and Sir Lancelot battling a skeletal Triceratops.

Then again, maybe it’s not so rare. Movies are getting more and more weird. At least in the case of “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” all the weirdness turns out to be fun.

There are some key elements that make this “Night at the Museum” sequel work better than its predecessor. For one, all the major characters go on a road trip to London and a different museum comes alive.

This movie also introduces two new scene-stealing characters, the above-mentioned saucy security guard, played by Rebel Wilson, and Sir Lancelot, played by Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey,” “The Guest”). For good measure, star Ben Stiller plays a caveman doppelganger of his security guard character, Larry Daley.

Larry’s problem this time around is the magic tablet that brings all the denizens of his museum to life every night — it’s failing. To find out how to fix it, he needs to fly to England, where the father of Ahk (Rami Malek), the pharaoh who created the tablet, is on display. Somehow most of the franchise’s major characters — including Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt, Owen Wilson as cowboy Jedediah and Steve Coogan as Roman legionnaire Octavius — come along for the ride.

Wackiness, as they say, ensues. But throughout the film, Larry is worrying about his rebellious son Nick (Skyler Gisondo), fretting over his immediate family even as he tries to save his extended, magical family.

It’s sweet and frankly sentimental subtext to a goofy movie is just made for family viewing.

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Happening This Friday Night, July 2nd, 2015 at 7:30pm... (and... every Thursday in July!)

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Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
Additional Showings Scheduled for ALL Thursdays in July @ 7:30pm / Doors at 7pm

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Showtime @ 7:30pm / Doors at 7pm
20th Century Fox
MPAA Rating: Rated PG for mild action, some rude humor and brief language.

 Poster      
 

Director: Shawn Levy
Writer: Robert Ben Garant, Thomas Lennon
Running Time: 98 Min.
Cast: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais, Dan Stevens, Rebel Wilson, Ben Kingsley
Plot: Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night At the Museum ever as Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Family

IMDb: Link
Website: www.nightatthemuseummovie.com

Review Excerpted From Tom Long / Detroit News:

It’s the rare film that features a Neanderthal making out with a British security guard, a monkey peeing on a river of lava and Sir Lancelot battling a skeletal Triceratops.

Then again, maybe it’s not so rare. Movies are getting more and more weird. At least in the case of “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,” all the weirdness turns out to be fun.

There are some key elements that make this “Night at the Museum” sequel work better than its predecessor. For one, all the major characters go on a road trip to London and a different museum comes alive.

This movie also introduces two new scene-stealing characters, the above-mentioned saucy security guard, played by Rebel Wilson, and Sir Lancelot, played by Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey,” “The Guest”). For good measure, star Ben Stiller plays a caveman doppelganger of his security guard character, Larry Daley.

Larry’s problem this time around is the magic tablet that brings all the denizens of his museum to life every night — it’s failing. To find out how to fix it, he needs to fly to England, where the father of Ahk (Rami Malek), the pharaoh who created the tablet, is on display. Somehow most of the franchise’s major characters — including Robin Williams as Teddy Roosevelt, Owen Wilson as cowboy Jedediah and Steve Coogan as Roman legionnaire Octavius — come along for the ride.

Wackiness, as they say, ensues. But throughout the film, Larry is worrying about his rebellious son Nick (Skyler Gisondo), fretting over his immediate family even as he tries to save his extended, magical family.

It’s sweet and frankly sentimental subtext to a goofy movie is just made for family viewing.

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Happening This Monday Night, June 22nd, 2015 from 7 to 8:30pm...

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Nepal Fundraiser~ Monday, June 22nd 2015 @ 7pm!
   
"Fundraiser for the People of Nepal"

A Night of Electronic Music To Raise Funds For a New Digital Projector For The Theatre...

Admission: $20 Suggested Donation/ Sliding Scale

The public is invited for an evening of standing meditation Qigong on Monday, June 22nd starting at 7 p.m. at the Garberville Theater.

Learn how to use the natural geometry of the human body from an art form called Snake Crane Wing Chun with Sifu Daniel Stark.

This event is being held in conjunction with the MIT Qigong Group Sifu Jim Roselando in Boston and Iowa City Acupuncture and Herb's Sifu Rob Weingeist to help raise money for Nepal, which is in need of help after being devastated by an earthquake.

The standing meditation will be followed by live music and organic popcorn.

Sliding scale is $20 suggested donation, with 100 percent of all proceeds donated going directly to the people of Nepal.

For more information visit the Nepal Charity Event Facebook Group at: https://www.facebook.com/mitqigong

 

 

 

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Hey, where did all the regular movies go??? Read on or... see the special notes on our Home Page ... and in this news post ...

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You may have noticed...

The Garberville Theatre is Rarely Showing Movies lately while we look for another available 35mm film we can run, or find the funds for a digital projector to return to our normal first-run movie presentations. As soon as we know more... we’ll post it right here!

For additional infomation see this news post: "Go Digital or Go Dark..."

In the meantime, to keep the theatre alive and running, and to HAVE FUN and support community-based events, we're hosting a variety of music, gaming, and other LIVE activities, as outlined in the posters above and below. PLEASE ATTEND as often as you can, enjoy yourself, and help support your local theatre!

ALL EVENTS ARE SPONSORED BY: The Garberville Theatre ~ ONEWAY PRESENTS ~ GYTC ~ Treats ~ GotRespect Store ~ Blue Moon ~ Lil' Sprouts ~ Cadillac Wok ~ Sicilito's ~ We Fix It ~ Carpet Express ~~~>>> Please show your support by visiting these businesses. Thanks!

List of Current Weekly and Upcoming Special Events:

~ Sundays @12pm: “Call of Duty” Tournaments
~ Sundays @ 6:30pm: Open Mic Nights
~ Tuesdays @ 6:00pm:
"Free Jam" Nights
~ Wednesdays @ 7:30
Open Mic Comedy Nights
~ Coming in Summer, 2015: @ Times TBA Space Jazz
~ Saturdays and Sundays on Sept, 5th, 6th, 12th, & 13th, 2015: PURE SCHMINT & The SOHUM GIRLS

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