'Big Hero 6' The Wayne Theatre is back on track with a great family movie. This week we will be showing ‘Big Hero 6’ the latest Disney animated film in the style of ‘Frozen.’ It is PG so bring all your out-of-town Thanksgiving guests to the movie.
Remember the admission price is only $4 and $3 on Saturday and $6 and $5 on Friday and Sunday when it will be in 3D. All concessions are still only $1.
Robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada learns to harness his genius thanks to his brilliant brother, Tadashi. Their brilliant minded friends also help—Go Go Tamago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon and Fred. Nov 24, 2014, 09:06
'Fury' This week we have another R-rated movie, 'Fury,' but it is based on history of the World War II and an embattled tank battalion. This is the last of the R-rated films for a while and we will start getting the holiday blockbuster movies.
This week’s movie stars Brad Pitt in this World War II fictional account. War Daddy (Pitt) and four other tanks are assigned to assist in a rescue mission. It is quickly followed up with a winless battle against the Nazis. Heavily outnumbered and outgunned, War Daddy has to somehow motivate his weary crew to overcome the enemy. Balancing hatred for the Nazis against the power of human spirit the crew gives it their all in a brutal conflict that effectively delivers the pure horror that is war. Nov 17, 2014, 08:31
'The Judge' It is another ‘R’ week at the Wayne Theatre. We are between seasons for PG and PG-13 films, and to stay open with current movies, it will be good movies only that have an R rating. The free PG and G films will be coming up the weekend of Thanksgiving and for the three Saturdays until Christmas and will be sponsored by our local business people.
This week is an R rated film that has been requested by a number of our customers. ‘The Judge’ with Robert Downy Jr. and Robert Duval has been called the best film of this fall season. Nov 10, 2014, 08:43
'The Best of Me' This week's movie, ‘The Best of Me,’ is rated PG-13. It is based on a novel by Nicolas Sparks. This film is considered better than some of the earlier Sparks films because of the affable, low key chemistry between the stars, James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan, as lovers.
When a mutual friend dies, former high school sweethearts, Dawson Cole and Amanda Collier, find themselves back in their hometown for the first time in 20 years. Nov 3, 2014, 09:00
'Gone Girl' This week we are departing from our regular policy of not showing R movies. But we do want to bring to the Wayne Theatre the movies our audience wants to see.
The Wayne Theatre has had several requests for ‘Gone Girl’ a definite “R” rated film. Many have read and liked the book. We hope all 17-year-olds and older will appreciate the movie. All tickets sold will be $4. Oct 27, 2014, 10:16