Friday Night Film Series

The Friday Night Film Series features some of the best recently released box office hits right here at DCC. The films are shown in our theater and are free of charge. This is an excellent chance to see the films you've missed or see favorites again. Films begin at 8pm, Fridays, in the James & Betty Hall Theater.

January 30 – Dumb and Dumber To
Rated PG-13, 110 minutes
20 years since their first adventure, Lloyd and Harry go on a road trip to find Harry's newly discovered daughter, who was given up for adoption.

February 6 – Dear White People
Rated R, 108 minutes
A satirical portrait of race relations in early 21st-century America, tells the story of a biracial Winchester University student whose controversial radio show sparks a media frenzy of epic proportions.

February 13 – The Best of Me
Rated PG-13, 118 minutes
A pair of former high school sweethearts reunite after many years when they return to visit their small hometown.

February 20 – St. Vincent
Rated PG-13, 102 minutes
A young boy whose parents have just divorced finds an unlikely friend and mentor in the misanthropic, bawdy, hedonistic war veteran who lives next door.

March 13 – Big Hero 6
Rated PG, 93 minutes

When a criminal plot threatens the hi-tech metropolis of San Fransokyo, brilliant young robotics whiz Hiro Hamada leaps into action with his tech-savvy friends, and his robot companion Baymax.


March 27 – The Hunger Games
Mockingjay part 1
Rated PG-13, 123 minutes

The Hunger Games saga continues in this sequel that finds Katniss Everdeen faced with a decision that could sway the fate of a nation. In the wake of the Quarter Quell, the Hunger Games have been changed forever, and Katniss ends up in District 13. Her courage having inspired a nation, the brave young heroine heeds the advice of her friends, and sets out to save Peeta .Meanwhile, Katniss' fragile alliance with President Coin could lead to disaster.

April 3 – The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies
Rated PG-13, 144 minutes
Bilbo and Company are forced to engage in a war against an array of combatants and keep the Lonely Mountain from falling into the hands of a rising darkness.

April 24 – The Imitation Game
Rated PG-13, 114 minutes
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as Alan Turing, the brilliant UK mathematician and computer scientist who helped the Allies secure victory in World War II by cracking the German enigma code, and who was later prosecuted as a homosexual by his own government.