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New movies, special showings in Bloomington and surrounding area

June 20, 2013



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'Monsters University'

(G, 110 min.) Billy Crystal and John Goodman return as Mike Wazowski and Sully. This prequel to "Monsters Inc." has the two meeting in college. With voices by Helen Mirren, Steve Buscemi and Sean Hayes.

'World War Z'

(PG-13, 116 min.) When zombies invade the world, Gerry Lane (Brad Pitt) focuses on protecting his family until he is called upon to help save the human race. With David Morse and Mireille Enos.


'Il Trovatore'

At 7 p.m. Wednesday at AMC 11 East, The Met: Live in HD presents "Il Trovatore." Tickets for the Verdi opera are $12.50. The Met in HD series brings high-definition broadcasts of Met operas to movie theater screens. See for more.

'Something in the Air'

At the Ryder, see "Something in the Air" a semi-autobiographical movie that follows Gilles, a graduating high school student whose interests in music and art pull him into political protests. Also showing are "A Place at the Table" and "Augustine." Tickets to Ryder films are $5. Call 339-2002 or visit for show times and locations.


At the IU Cinema, "Blancanieves" is a re-imagination of the "Snow White" story set in Spain with a bullfighter thrown in for good measure. The cinema is at 1213 E. Seventh St. Learn more at or call 855-7632.

'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

Throw Back Thursdays at the Tivoli Theatre is a partnership with the library to screen movies for free. The 1981 action flick "Raiders of the Lost Ark" will be shown tonight at 7. The theater is at 24 N. Washington St., Spencer. Learn more at

'Star Trek Into Darkness'

The Brown County Playhouse has installed a state-of-the-art digital movie projector and surround sound to screen first-run movies. The first will be the latest "Star Trek" at 4 and 7 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $5. The theater is at 70 S. Van Buren St. in Nashville. Learn more at


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