Members & Children $6.50,
Non Members $7.50
Matinees, All Seats $6.50
Additional $2.00 fee for 3D
The Crandell offers three different devices (at no charge) to assist our hearing and visiually impaired patrons.
Assisted Listening: Using a headset and transmitter, you will hear the same audio that is playing through the house speakers but with increased volume.
Captioning Devices: Descriptive text about the film is displayed on a hand-held device you take to your seat.
Descriptive Audio: You are given a headset and transmitter to hear descriptions of dialogue and activity in the film.
Our friendly box office staff can assist you with choosing a device and with setup when you come to the theater. We hope this technology will make the movie-going experience more enjoyable!
A Quiet Place
Fri 5/18 & Sat 5/19, 7:00pm & 9:00pm
Sun 5/20, 2:30pm & 7:00pm
Mon 5/21 thru Thu 5/24, 7:00pm
Running Time: 90 minutes
Shot in the Hudson Valley, John Krasinski‘s A Quiet Place hit the sweet spot, a critics’ darling that audiences loved enough to keep it at number one on the box office chart for weeks. It has a simple premise—sound kills—when you’re a family facing aliens who find and disembowel their human prey when they so much as sneeze. The film is executed with a sure hand and unusual intelligence, and the lack of horror movie dialogue is a real treat. Imagine how good the superhero franchise would be if no one said anything!—Peter Biskind
“In its convincing portrayal of a situation where a rusty nail is as lethal as an unexploded bomb, and the few remaining inhabitants seem – much like the audience – more likely to die of stress than anything else, the movie rocks.”—Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times
“Krasinski has made one of the most poetic horror movies of recent years. Its sound design alone is glorious, locating the infinite gradations in that thing we so casually call silence.”—Stephanie Zacharek, TIME Magazine
“A creeping, increasingly queasy sense of dread pervades “A Quiet Place,” John Krasinski’s nervy thriller that marks a notable addition to the recent spate of smart, timely genre pictures.”—Ann Hornaday, Washington Post
STARTS FRIDAY 5/25
Solo: A Star Wars Story
Fri 5/25, 7:00pm & 9:30pm
Sat 5/26 & Sun 5/27, 2:30pm, 7:00pm & 9:30pm
Mon 5/28, 2:30pm & 7:00pm
Tue 5/29 thru Thu 5/31, 7:00pm
Running Time: 135 minutes
Ever wonder what Han Solo was like growing up? Did he sleep with a teddy bear? Have any friends? Play an instrument? Get straight A’s or do drugs? OK, I haven’t either, and luckily, this origins picture won’t answer any of these burning questions. It will tell us how he became a pilot (I think), and learned to navigate the criminal underworld that provides the backdrop for this exciting Star Wars thriller. Lawrence Kasdan wrote it and Ron Howard directed, and it doesn’t get any better than that if you’re looking for two hours off from the news flashes coming out of our nation’s capital. Plus, there are some surprising casting choices to spice things up: Emilia Clarke, aka Daenerys Targaryen; Thandie Newton, aka, Maeve; and Michael K. Williams, aka Omar. If you need to ask which character appears in what show, don’t go!—Peter Biskind
“Best of all, the movie is different.”—Christopher Orr, The Atlantic
“While Solo is a Star Wars movie that gambles on not really being a “Star Wars movie,” it’s a winning chapter that only sparingly (though intriguingly) shows its hand in connecting to the bigger universe. “—Brian Truitt, USA Today
“It may be a prequel, and it may ostensibly stand alone, but it fits into the wider galaxy with ease.”—Kate Erbland, IndieWire
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