Alamo Theatre

Movies playing at the Alamo Theatre
Fri 17 Aug, 2:00 pm
Fri 17 Aug, 6:00 pm
Sat 18 Aug, 2:00 pm
Sat 18 Aug, 6:00 pm
Sun 19 Aug, 2:00 pm
Sun 19 Aug, 6:00 pm

Animation/ Action/Adventure
After the events of "The Incredibles" (2004), Elastigirl (Helen, voiced by Holly Hunter) is sent on a mission to make supers legal again. Mr. Incredible (Bob, voiced by Craig T. Nelson) is left to care for Jack-Jack, Violet, and Dash. When a dangerous new threat arises, it is up to the family to neutralize the threat and save the day once again.
118 minutes

*The 2pm Sunday show will feature OPEN CAPTIONS.

Do you have a child with autism and wish you could go to the movies as a family but the sound and lights are too much? Do you have a toddler who can't sit still but your other children Really want to go to the movies? This show might be for you! Lights up. Sound down. Doors to the lobby open. Feel free to stand and shout or run back and forth to the lobby. No judgement. EVERYONE deserves a chance to go to the movies!

Fri 24 Aug, 6:00 pm
Fri 24 Aug, 8:20 pm
Sat 25 Aug, 6:00 pm
Sat 25 Aug, 8:20 pm
Sun 26 Aug, 2:00 pm
Sun 26 Aug, 6:00 pm

Discover Donna's (Meryl Streep, Lily James) young life, experiencing the fun she had with the three possible dads of Sophie (Amanda Seyfriend). As she reflects on her mom's journey, Sophie finds herself to be more like her mother than she ever even realized.

*The Sunday 2pm show will feature Open Captions

Wed 5 Sep, 6:30 pm

On the eve of the release of her new album, internationally recognized soul singer Sharon Jones was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Tour dates were cancelled, the album pushed back and Sharon entered into a fight for her life and career. MISS SHARON JONES! intimately follows this intense and courageous year in Sharon’s life.
93 minutes
Suggested donation $8.

Brought to you by Wednesday on Main

Wed 12 Sep, 6:30 pm

In 1959, Berry Gordy Jr. gathered the best musicians from Detroit's thriving jazz and blues scene to begin cutting songs for his new record company. Over a fourteen year period they were the heartbeat on every hit from Motown's Detroit era. By the end of their phenomenal run, this unheralded group of musicians had played on more number ones hits than the Beach Boys, the Rolling Stones, Elvis and the Beatles combined - which makes them the greatest hit machine in the history of popular music. They called themselves the Funk Brothers. Forty-one years after they played their first note on a Motown record and three decades since they were all together, the Funk Brothers reunited back in Detroit to play their music and tell their unforgettable story, with the help of archival footage, still photos, narration, interviews, re-creation scenes, 20 Motown master tracks, and twelve new live performances of Motown classics with the Brothers backing up contemporary performers.
108 minutes
Suggested donation $8.

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Wed 19 Sep, 6:30 pm


Before Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tom Jones, Tony Bennett or Engelbert Humperdinck ever played the stages of Vegas, there was Louis Prima. One of America's most hypnotic and original performers, Prima's career spanned several decades and turned out hits like "That Old Black Magic," "Sing, Sing, Sing," "Just a Gigolo," "I Ain't Got Nobody" and "Jump, Jive an' Wail." In Disney's animated classic "The Jungle Book," Prima created the "hep" voice of King Louie the orangutan. This film profiles the magnetic Louis Prima in a nostalgic historical journey through the music scenes of a racy New Orleans, the swinging jazz culture of uptown New York and Las Vegas's "formative" years. As a solo act or with his wife, acclaimed singer Keely Smith, Louis Prima was and will forever be the "wildest" man in show business!
90 minutes

Suggested donation $8.

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Wed 26 Sep, 5:30 pm

In this 2001 re-edited version of the 1970 concert documentary, Elvis Presley's first non-fiction film, Elvis returns from thirteen years of concentrating on movie roles to perform his "Summer Festival" run of shows in Las Vegas. As the film opens, Elvis is rehearsing a new ensemble, the TCB (Taking Care of Business) Band. The film follows Presley through rehearsals, relaxation and performance and looks at the fan culture surrounding the shows.
97 minutes

Suggested donation $8.

Brought to you by Wednesday on Main