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In-House Movies This Month

Check the University Update weekly for the date and time movies will be shown. In-House movies shown on channel 1390.

2012 (2 hours 18 minutes) Rated R
After his amazing safe landing of a damaged passenger plane, an airline pilot is praised for the feat, but has private questions about what happened. Further, the government’s inquiry into the causes soon puts the new hero’s reputation at risk. Starring Denzel Washington, Don Cheadle and Kelly Reilly.

Up the Down StaircaseUp the Down Staircase
1967 (2 hours 4 minutes) Not Rated
Sandy Dennis stars as Sylvia Barrett, a green but idealistic young teacher who takes a job at a tough inner-city high school. Troubled by the apathy of both her students and fellow teachers, Barrett revels in her few successes. But her naïveté may prove a fatal flaw, despite her good intentions. Eileen Heckart, Jean Stapleton and Patrick Bedford co-star in director Robert Mulligan’s adaptation of Bel Kaufman’s novel.

The Twelve ChairsThe Twelve Chairs
1970 (1 hour 34 minutes) Rated G
In this comedy directed by Mel Brooks, an aging ex-nobleman (Ron Moody) of the Czarist regime adjusts to life under the Communist commissars in Russia — but jumps at the opportunity to find his family’s hidden fortune. When he and the local priest learn that the jewels are hidden in a chair (one of a set of twelve) in the nobleman’s estate, they return separately to Moscow to root out the loot. Frank Langella and Dom DeLuise co-star.

The Spirit of St. LouisThe Spirit of St. Louis
1957 (2 hours 15 minutes) Not Rated
Air travel became limitless when Charles A. Lindbergh (James Stewart) flew the pioneer route from New York to Paris on May 21, 1927. From his dubious airborne mail runs to the conception and creation of a trans-Atlantic aircraft, the ambitions of Lucky Lindy paved the sky for aviation advancement. Academy Award-winning director Billy Wilder pilots this soaring adventure through the trials and tribulations of an iconic American hero. Murray Hamilton and Patricia Smith co-star.

Time After TimeTime After Time
1979 (1 hour 52 minutes) Rated PG
Notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper (David Warner) is back to continue his ghastly reign of terror. But this time, he’s found his way from Victorian times to the late 1970s, and he’s intent on taking care of unfinished business. Using a time machine to pursue Jack into the future, H.G. Wells (Malcolm McDowell) meets Amy (Mary Steenburgen), a bank clerk who teaches Wells about life in the ’70s while helping him hunt for Jack.

Sherlock Holmes and the Secret WeaponSherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
1942 (1 hr 8 mins) Not Rated
Sherlock Holmes (Basil Rathbone) and Doctor Watson (Nigel Bruce) once again set out to foil the nefarious Moriarty (Lionel Atwill) — and save humanity in the process. This time, they must prevent a Swiss-made bomb from falling into the hands of the Gestapo. Unfortunately, Moriarty has captured the bomb’s inventor and intends to slowly bleed him to death unless he reveals the secret behind his handiwork.

A Quiet PlaceA Quiet Place
2018 (1 hour 30 minutes) Rated PG-13
In this tense chiller, the horror mounts as the Abbott family struggles to survive in a postapocalyptic world where monstrous blind creatures use their supersensitive hearing to stalk human prey — forcing the Abbotts to live in silence. Starring John Krasinski, Emily Blunt and Noah Jupe.

2010 (1 hour 38 minutes) Rated PG-13
It’s a nail-biting race against time as an unmanned train carrying a load of lethal chemicals speeds out of control, and a conductor and engineer do everything in their power to keep it from derailing and killing tens of thousands of people. Denzel Washington leads the cast in Tony Scott’s tough-minded action thriller, in which a terrible circumstance forces a couple of ordinary men to become extraordinary heroes. Starring Denzel Washington, Chris Pine and Rosario Dawson.