See brief descriptions of all movies showing this week on the Vineyard.

 Capawock Theatre
508-627-MOVY
Edgartown Cinemas
508-627-8008
MV Film Center
508-696-9369
Thursday (12/11)_ 
Horrible Bosses 2 (R)
4 & 7 pm

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (PG-13) 3:45 & 6:45 pm
 

 
Dear White People (R) 7:30 pm

 

Friday (12/12) 

The Hunger Games: 
  Mockingjay Part 1 
  (PG-13) 4 & 7:30 pm

  Exodus (PG-13) 3:45 & 7:15* pm

* 3-D Showing


Awake: The Life Of Yogananda   
   (PG) 4 pm

   Citizenfour (R) 7:30 pm

 

Saturday (12/13) 

The Hunger Games: 
  Mockingjay Part 1 
  (PG-13) 7:30 pm

  Penguins Of Madagascar 
  (PG) 1 pm*

  Exodus (PG-13) 
  12:30*, 3:45 & 7:15* pm

A Christmas Story (PG) 4 pm, free with donation to Island Food Pantry

* 3-D Showing




Citizenfour (R) 4 pm

   Dear White People (R) 7:30 pm




 

Sunday (12/14)

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 The Hunger Games: 
  Mockingjay Part 1 
  (PG-13) 7 pm

   Penguins Of Madagascar 
  (PG) 1 pm

  Exodus (PG-13) 
  12:30, 3:45* & 6:45 pm

Frozen (PG) 4 pm, free with donation to Island Food Pantry

* 3-D Showing

National Gallery (NR) 4 pm

   Citizenfour (R) 7:30 pm

Monday (12/15)_

St. Vincent (PG-13) 4 & 7 pm

  The Judge (R) 3:45 & 6:45 pm

* 3-D Showing

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Tuesday (12/16)_


Exodus (PG-13) 
   12:30, 3:45 & 6:45* pm

   The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 
   (PG-13) 12:45 & 4 pm

   The Hobbit: The Battle 
Of Five Armies (PG-13) 7* pm
 

* 3-D Showing

The Christmas Show (NR) 7:30 pm


 
Wednesday (12/17) 

Exodus (PG-13) 
   12:30*, 3:45 & 7* pm

   The Hobbit: The Battle 
 Of Five Armies (PG-13) 
   12:15*, 3:30 & 6:45* pm

* 3-D Showing




It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)
   (NR) 7:30 pm








 

Thursday (12/18)_
The Hunger Games: 
   Mockingjay Part 1 
   (PG-13) 3:45 & 7 pm

   The Hobbit: The Battle 
   Of Five Armies (PG-13) 
   3:30* & 6:45 pm


* 3-D Showing





Citizenfour (R) 7:30 pm





 

 

Movie Synopses

Movie Synopses

Awake: The Life of Yogananda

Documentary about Indian Swami Paramahansa Yogananda who brought yoga and meditation to the West.

Citizen Four

Documentary about Edward Snowden directed by Laura Poitras.

Dear White People

Satire of current state of race relations. Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Award.

Exodus: Gods and Kings

It’s Moses as seen through the eyes of director Ridley Scott. Christian Bale plays the man who parts the sea.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The final installment of the Hobbit trilogy by Peter Jackson. Sad, really. No more Lord of the Rings, no more Hobbits. What’s next for Mr. Jackson? What’s next for us?

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1

Katniss, draw back your bow, and let, your arrow go, straight through, Antonius’ heart, for me.

It’s a Wonderful Life

Jimmy Stewart and you get your angel wings once again.

Penguins of Madagascar

The world is about to end and it’s up to some icy dudes who favor a black and white fashionstyle to save us all. Back off evil villains; it’s time for some Penguin Power.

St. Vincent

Bill Murray stars as a hedonistic aging war veteran who becomes the unlikely mentor to his next door neighbor. Think Caddyshack without the golf or Ted Knight.

The Judge

Robert Downey Jr. puts away the Iron Man suit to go dramatic. He stars as a hotshot lawyer headed home to defend his father, a judge, in a homicide trial.