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Rated R/ 94 Minutes
Directed by: Jason Reitman
Cast: Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston


  • Friday, May 25:  (4:45), 7:00
  • Saturday, May 26 - Monday, May 28:  (2:30), 4:45, 7:00
  • Tuesday, May 29 - Thursday, May 31:  (4:45), 7:00

Marlo (Charlize Theron), a mother of three including a newborn, is gifted a night nanny by her brother (Mark Duplass). Hesitant to the extravagance at first, Marlo comes to form a unique bond with the thoughtful, surprising, and sometimes challenging young nanny named Tully (Mackenzie Davis).

Due to studio restrictions, passes cannot be accepted opening weekend for this film.

'Tully' takes motherhood head-on

• 3½ stars out of four •

Calvin Wilson / St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“Tully” is a return to form for director Jason Reitman, who had back-to-back hits with “Juno” (2007) and the largely St. Louis-shot “Up in the Air” (2009), but whose recent films have been met with critical derision and audience indifference. Perhaps not coincidentally, his latest was written by Diablo Cody, Reitman’s collaborator on both “Young Adult” (which also starred Theron) and “Juno.” Clearly, Reitman and Cody have spot-on comic chemistry.

Theron is terrific, turning in a bravely unglamorous performance that’s all the more hilarious for its emotional truth. And Davis is a delight as a punk-rock Mary Poppins who has more in common with Marlo than one might think.

Not many films address motherhood with as much irreverence and insight as “Tully.”

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PG-13/ 101 Minutes
Directed by: Wes Anderson
Cast: Bryan Cranston, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum


  • Friday, May 25 - Monday, May 28:  (5:45), 8:00
  • Tuesday, May 29 - Thursday, May 31:  8:00




When, by executive decree, all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to a vast garbage-dump called Trash Island, 12-year-old Atari sets off alone in a miniature Junior-Turbo Prop and flies across the river in search of his bodyguard-dog, Spots. There, with the assistance of a pack of newly-found mongrel friends, he begins an epic journey that will decide the fate and future of the entire Prefecture.

Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs' is smart and fun

• Four stars out of four •

Calvin Wilson / St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“Isle of Dogs” is the latest film from writer-director Wes Anderson (“The Grand Budapest Hotel”) — and one of his best. As he did with “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” Anderson proves that in the right hands stop-motion animation can be put to brilliant storytelling purposes. The film is not only hilariously entertaining, but also firmly in the tradition of such political parables as George Orwell’s “Animal Farm.”

Fans of Anderson’s offbeat approach won’t be disappointed, and the first-rate voice cast — which also includes Scarlett Johansson, Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton — delivers each word with panache.

There’s so much going on in “Isle of Dogs” that it probably has to be seen at least twice to be properly appreciated. How many films can you say that about?

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