Shawnee movie list this week

Jones Theaters

Cinema Center 8 and Movies 6 in Shawnee Mall open late afternoon on Friday and early morning on Saturday and Sunday. Both theaters are open for one evening show Monday through Thursday. Private theater rentals are now available at Movies 6 in Shawnee Mall. To schedule a special show, go to

Now showing in Cinema Center 8 and Film 6 in Shawnee Mall:

“the wicked”: No one has ever failed so hard in trying to be good. There have never been five notorious friends like The Bad Guys – the smashing pickpocket Mr. Wolf, the safe-cutter that Mr. Snake has seen it all, Mr. Shark Mr. Shark, the short-fused “muscles” Mr. Piranha and the sharp – the flamboyant hacker Mrs. Tarantula. But after years of countless robberies and being the world’s most wanted villain, the gang is finally caught, Mr. Wolf brokers a deal (he has no intention of keeping) to save them all from prison: The Bad Guys will go well. Under the tutelage of their mentor Professor Marmalad, the wicked set out to deceive the world that they have changed. Along the way, though, Mr. Wolf begins to suspect that actually doing good might give him what he has always secretly longed for: acceptance. So when a new villain threatens the city, can Mr. Wolf convince the rest of the gang to become… The Good Guys? Please note: Showtimes vary by theater. Featuring the voices of Sam Rockwell and Awkwafina. (1:40) (Rated PG: For action and rude humor.)

“Fantastic Fantasies: Dumbledore’s Secrets”: Professor Albus Dumbledore learns that the powerful dark wizard Gilert Grindelwald is moving to take over the wizarding world. Unable to stop it on his own, he is entrusted with magizologist Newt Scamander to lead a intrepid team of wizards, magicians and a brave baker from the Mogul on a dangerous mission, where they encounter monsters old and new and clash with the growing legion of Grindelwald’s henchmen. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore stay on the sidelines? Please note: Showtimes vary by theater. Starring Eddie Redmayne and Jude Law. (2:22) (Rated PG-13: Some fiction/violence.)

“Sonic the Hedgehog 2”: After settling in the Green Hills, Sonic is ready for more freedom, and Tom and Maddie agree to leave him at home while they go on vacation. But, no sooner had they gone, when Dr. Robotnik returns, this time with a new partner, Knuckles, in search of an emerald that has the power to build and destroy civilizations. Sonic teams up with his special companion, Tails, and together they embark on a journey to find emeralds before they fall into the wrong hands. Please note: Showtimes vary by theater. Starring Ben Schwartz and James Marsden. (2:02) (PG Rating: For action, some violence, rude humor, and gentle language.)

We are now showing at Cinema 8 Center:

The unbearable weight of talent: The fictional version of Nichoas Cage must accept a million-dollar offer to attend the birthday of a serious big fan. Things take a hugely unexpected turn when Cage is recruited by a CIA agent and forced to live up to his own legend, directing his most famous and beloved characters on screen in order to save himself and his loved ones. With a career built for this very moment, the award-winning actor must take on the role of a lifetime: Nick Cage. Starring Nicolas Cage and Pedro Pascal. (1:47) (Rated R: For entire language, some sexual references, drug use, and violence.)

Northman: Prince Amelith is about to become a man when his father is brutally murdered by his uncle who kidnaps the boy’s mother. Two decades later, Amelith is now a Viking invasion of Slavic villages. He soon meets a major who reminds him of his vow – save his mother, kill his uncle, and avenge his father. Starring Alexander Skarsgård and Nicole Kidman. (2:16) (Rating R: For severe bloody violence, some sexual content and nudity.)

“Father STU”: When an injury ends his amateur boxing career, Stuart Long moves to Los Angeles in search of money and fame. While working as a supermarket clerk, he meets Carmen, a Sunday school teacher who seems immune to bad boy magic. Determined to win her over, the longtime agnostic begins going to church to impress her. However, a motorcycle accident leaves him wondering if he could use his second chance to help others, which leads to the sudden realization that he’s supposed to be a Catholic priest. Starring Mark Wahlberg and Mel Gibson. (2:04) (Rated R: for language all the time.)

Morbius: Mysterious hero Dr. Michael Morbius, one of Marvel’s most compelling and conflicting characters, comes to the big screen. A dangerous patient with a rare blood disorder and bent on saving others who suffer the same fate, Dr. Morbius tries a desperate gamble. While at first it appears to be a drastic success, darkness ensues within. Will good overcome evil – or will Morbius succumb to his new, mysterious impulses? Starring Jared Leto and Michael Keaton. (1:44) (Rated PG-13: For intense sequences of violence, some frightening visuals, and strong, succinct language.)

“the lost City”: Brilliant but reclusive writer Loretta Sage has spent her career writing about exotic places in her popular romance and adventure novels featuring handsome cover model Alan, who has dedicated his life to embodying the heroic character, “Dash.” While on tour to promote her new book with Alan, Loretta is kidnapped by an eccentric billionaire who hopes it will lead him to the lost ancient city treasure from her last story. Wanting to prove that he can be a hero in real life and not just in the pages of her books, Alan sets out to save her. Embark on an epic jungle adventure, an unexpected pair will need to work together to survive the elements and find ancient treasure before it is lost forever. Starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum. (1:52) (Rated in PG-13 for violence, some bloody imagery, suggestive material, partial nudity, and language.)

Now appears in MOVIES 6 in SHAWNEE MALL:

“Everything Everywhere Every Time”: An elderly Chinese immigrant is drawn into a crazy adventure where she alone can save the world by exploring other universes connected to the life she could have lived. Starring Michelle Yeoh and Stephanie Hsu. (2:19) (Rated R for some types of violence, sexual material and language.)

“Ambulance”: Over the course of a day through the streets of Los Angeles, three lives will be forever changed. In this thriller, veteran Will Sharp, desperate for money to cover his wife’s medical bills, seeks help from the only person he knows he shouldn’t – his adopted brother Danny. Instead, charismatic criminal Danny gave him a score: the largest bank robbery in Los Angeles history: $32 million. With his wife still on the line, Will can’t refuse. However, when their escape goes spectacularly wrong, desperate thieves hijack an ambulance with a wounded, life-clinging cop and an EMT worker on board. In a high-speed manhunt that never stops, Will and Danny must evade a massive citywide law enforcement response, keep their hostages alive and somehow try not to kill each other, all while carrying out the craziest escape Los Angeles has ever seen. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. (2:16) (Rated R: For extreme violence, bloody images, and language everywhere.)

“Batman”: Batman ventures into the underworld of Gotham City when a sadistic killer leaves a trail of hidden clues behind. When evidence begins to approach home and the scale of the perpetrator’s plans becomes clear, he must forge new relationships, expose the perpetrator and bring justice to the abuse of power and corruption that has long plagued the city. Starring Zoe Kravitz and Robert Pattinson. (2:55) (Rated PG-13 for strong, violent and disturbing content, drug content, vulgar language, and some suggestive material.)

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