A documentary about one of the most loved men of all-time, a horror classic and a feel-good drama highlight the movies making their way to the Gateway Film Center this weekend.
Won’t You Be My Neighbor? – June 28
This critically-acclaimed documentary film centered around Mr. Fred Rogers finally comes to Gateway, and looks to bring light on a man that is universally loved for bringing the best out of everyone. Award-winning director Morgan Neville handles the film, and if your pure love of Mr. Rogers doesn’t get you excited, maybe a 99% Rotten Tomatoes score and 98% user score (as of 6/26) will do it.
Jaws – June 29
Steven Spielberg’s 1975 horror film about a murderous shark terrorizing a beach continues to strike fear into its viewers 43 years later, and Gateway is bringing it back to the big screen to make that terror even bigger. Back with a 4K restoration, make sure to check out this Gateway exclusive that truly started the Hollywood blockbuster, and hear that iconic score in all of its glory.
Hearts Beat Loud – June 29
Starring Kiersey Clemons (“Dope”) and Nick Offerman (“Parks and Recreation”,) “Hearts Beat Loud” is a film about a father who attempts to start a band with his daughter before she leaves for college. This movie looks to make the most of its two stars’ performances, and should be a movie meant to make you smile and cheer you up if necessary.
The Princess Bride – June 29
A classic in the minds of many, this fantasy film about a woman and her true love is back in theaters this weekend. Released in 1987, this is a movie that has certainly reached cult classic status thanks to its sharp humor and timeless story. So, whether you are already a huge fan or need to see this beloved movie for the first time, Gateway is your place to see it on the big screen.