Opening this week: March 23rd 

Beyond the Gates: A teacher must decide whether to stay with his students or flee the genocide in this drama set in 1994 Rwanda. Rated R. At the Embarcadero.

Boy Culture

Based on the novel by Matthew Rettenmund, this romantic drama follows a successful male escort’s tangled relationship with two roommates and an older, enigmatic male client. Not rated. At the Castro.

Color Me Kubrick

John Malkovich stars in this "truish story" about a man who bluffed his way into London’s high society by pretending to be legendary director Stanley Kubrick. Not rated. At the Lumiere.

Crude Impact

Journeying from the West African Delta to the Amazon rain forest, this investigative documentary explores the entanglement of man and oil while providing inspiration for citizens who want to make a change. Not rated. At the Roxie.

The Hills Have Eyes 2

Some National Guard trainees find themselves battling a vicious group of mutants in the desert in this horror sequel. Rated R.

The Last Mimzy

Two siblings develop special talents after they find a mysterious box of toys, and soon they and their parents are drawn into a strange and sometimes terrifying world, in this fantasy adventure. Rated PG.


Terrence Howard stars as Jim Ellis, who started a successful swim team for troubled teens in a rough Philadelphia neighborhood, in this fact-based drama. Rated PG.


The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles return to the big screen in this CGI action adventure. Rated PG.

What Love Is

Cuba Gooding Jr. stars in a frank romantic comedy about a man who finds out what love is — on the night before he’ll ask his longtime girlfriend to marry him. Rated R. At the Lumiere.

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