The movies schedule is subject to change. Please call the theater to ensure that movies are playing at their scheduled times.
Movies start at 6:30 p.m. When playing, late shows start at 9 p.m. Shows are $3 for adults (12 and older) and $1.50 for children. For a recorded announcement of showings, call 301-677-5324. Further listings are available on the Army & Air Force Exchange Service Web site at www.aafes.com.
There will be no showings Dec. 24, 25 and 31.
Dec. 16: "Alfie" (R) Jude Law, Marisa Tomei (106 min.) Jude Law stars in this trenchant dramatic-comedy, a remake of the 1966 British counterculture classic that launched the career of Michael Caine. This version is set in New York City and is pumped up with giddy, cleverly experimental editing. The story has Alfie (Law), a Don Juan-esque limo driver, speaking directly to the cameras as he seduces the lovely ladies of the city, womanizing them from one bed to the next. While his actions arise more from nonchalance than malice, Alfie nonetheless faces a moral dilemma when considering that he's impregnated one of his latest girlfriends.
Dec. 17-19: "Saw" (R) Leigh Whannell, Cary Elwes (100 min.) Obsessed with teaching his victims the value of life, a deranged, sadistic serial killer is abducting morally wayward people and forcing them to play horrific games for their own survival. Faced with impossible choices, each victim must struggle to win back his/her life or else, die trying.
Dec. 20-22: "The Polar Express" (G) Animated (90 min.) Believing in Santa Claus isn't easy when all of your friends and family insists that he's just make-believe. But a young boy's faith is rewarded on Christmas Eve when he's awakened by a steam train whose conductor pulls up in front of his house and takes him and other children to the North Pole to meet Santa.
Dec. 23: "After the Sunset" (PG-13) Pierce Brosnan, Salma Hayek (93 min.) Life should be easy after a sterling career as a master thief. Though he is now retired to an island paradise, trouble comes looking for Max when his former nemesis from the FBI shows up with news of a big score rumored to be on the horizon. With a savvy local cop also in the wings, a new cat-and-mouse game of friendship, suspicion and thievery is afoot.
Dec. 26, 27: "National Treasure" (PG) Nicolas Cage, Justin Bartha (125 min.) Gates is an archaeologist from the eighth generation of a family who has shared an unusual quest. As the Gates family legend has it, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin hid a massive cache of gold during the waning days of the Revolutionary War and left clues as to its whereabouts in the original drafts of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence. With no firm proof that it actually exists, Gates sets out to crack the code that will lead him to the fortune.
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