Monday April 29 through Thursday May 2

 

New and Noteworthy

Our newest films are “Diane” Diane fills her days helping others and desperately attempting to bond with her drug-addicted son. As these pieces of her existence begin to fade, she finds herself confronting memories she'd sooner forget than face, and “Family” Kate Stone is career-focused, and enjoys her life that way. Her brash attitude keeps relationships at arm's length, making her an outcast in her own right.

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This weekend, we open “Storm Boy, “Red Joan”, and “Wild Nights with Emily”. Scroll to the bottom of the page to watch trailers.

Tickets for this weekend are available for purchase. Click the button below to see the future showtimes schedule.



Film Premier


Wild Nights with Emily

Thursday, May 2

Show: 7:30

Are you an Osio Member? Come by for complimentary wine (for members only; while supplies last)

In the mid-19th century, Emily Dickinson is writing prolifically, baking gingerbread, and enjoying a passionate, lifelong romantic relationship with another woman, her friend and sister-in-law Susan...yes this is the iconic American poet, popularly thought to have been a recluse. Beloved comic Molly Shannon leads in this humorous yet bold reappraisal of Dickinson, informed by her private letters. While seeking publication of some of the 1,775 poems written during her lifetime, Emily (Shannon) finds herself facing a troupe of male literary gatekeepers too confused by her genius to take her work seriously. Instead her work attracts the attention of an ambitious woman editor, who also sees Emily as a convenient cover for her own role in buttoned-up Amherst's most bizarre love triangle. A timely critique of how women's history is rewritten, WILD NIGHTS WITH EMILY remains vibrant, irreverent and tender--a perhaps closer depiction of Emily Dickinson's real life than anything seen before.

Rated PG-13

Run Time 1 hour 40 minutes

Comedy, Drama

91% on rottentomatoes


Daily Showings


Diane

Weekday Shows: 2:45, 5:00, 7:15

No 7:15pm showing on Thursday, May 2

For Diane (Mary Kay Place), everyone else comes first. Generous but with little patience for self-pity, she spends her days checking in on sick friends, volunteering at her local soup kitchen, and trying valiantly to save her troubled, drug-addicted adult son (Jake Lacy) from himself. But beneath her relentless routine of self-sacrifice, Diane is fighting a desperate internal battle, haunted by a past she can’t forget and which threatens to tear her increasingly chaotic world apart. Built around an extraordinary, fearless performance from Mary Kay Place, the narrative debut from Kent Jones is a profound, beautifully human portrait of a woman rifling through the wreckage of her life in search of redemption.

Not Rated 

Run Time 1 hr 50 minutes

Drama

93% on rottentomatoes.com


Family

Shows: 3:00, 6:00

(last showing Thursday, May 2nd)

Kate Stone (Taylor Schilling) is career-focused, and enjoys her life that way. Her brash attitude keeps relationships at arm's length, making her an outcast in her own right. When her estranged brother calls asking her to babysit her tween niece Maddie, Kate reluctantly agrees to help. But babysitting overnight unexpectedly turns into a week, and Kate's life spins into chaos. As Maddie reveals stories of being bullied and of wanting to run away and be a Juggalo, the two form a unique bond. In FAMILY, Schilling delivers a delightful and layered comedic performance. Laura Steinel's debut feature has heart, reminding us that family can be found in all different forms.

Rated R

Run Time 1 hr 40 minutes

Comedy


Amazing Grace

Weekday Shows: 2:30, 5:30, 7:30

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This concert documentary captures the legendary artist in her prime, performing at New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles. Accompanied by the Southern California Community Choir, under James Cleveland’s direction, Amazing Grace pays testimony to Aretha Franklin’s towering and singular talent.

Not Rated

Run Time 1 hr 40 minutes

Documentary

98% on rottentomatoes.com


The Public

Shows: 2:00, 7:00

(last showing Thursday, May 2nd)

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When sub-zero temperatures reach downtown Cincinatti, patrons of the public library- many of them homeless or mentally ill- stage a sit-in, refusing to leave the library and face the dangerously inclement weather. The situation evolves into a stand-off with the local authorities as the media and public watch on. Writer/director Emilio Estevez uses the provocative story and excellent cast to tackle important social issues such as poverty, mental illness and the commodification of news media.

Rated PG-13

Run Time 2 hr 10 min

Drama


Transit

Weekday Shows: 2:15, 5:00, 7:15

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Assuming the identity of a deceased author, Georg flees Nazi occupied France during World War II. When he is delayed in Marseilles he meets a woman desperately seeking her missing husband. The very man who’s identity Georg has stolen. TRANSIT is the third entry in Petzold’s “Love in Times of Oppressive Systems” trilogy, following Barbara and Phoenix and is not to be missed.

Drama

Rated R

Run Time 1 hr 55 min



The Mustang

Weekday Show: 4:30

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Roman Coleman (Matthias Schoenaerts), a convict in a rural Nevada prison who struggles to escape his violent past, is required to participate in an “outdoor maintenance” program as part of his state-mandated social rehabilitation. Spotted by a no-nonsense veteran trainer (Bruce Dern) and helped by an outgoing fellow inmate and trick rider (Jason Mitchell), Roman is accepted into the selective wild horse training section of the program. There, he rediscovers his own humanity in gentling an especially unbreakable mustang.

Rated R

Run Time 1hr 50min

Drama

95% on rottentomatoes.com




 
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