Best in Show
We’re saluting the Traverse City Winter Comedy Arts Festival’s 2014 Comedy Legend honoree, Fred Willard, by screening director/actor Christopher Guest’s wickedly funny mockumentary that satirizes the world of championship dog breeding and training. With his brilliant portrayal of the greatest announcer in fake announcer history, Fred Willard created a comic character for the ages: the addled, loose-lipped, sex-obsessed sports TV commentator Buck Laughlin. You’ll laugh so hard, the tears will run down your cheeks. Co-starring Catherine O’Hara, Eugene Levy, Michael McKean, Jennifer Coolidge, Jane Lynch, Larry Miller, and Parker Posey. Rated PG-13, 90 min.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
It's a bird. It's a plane. It's...leftovers? Inventor Flint Lockwood and friends must return home after learning his infamous machine is now producing dangerously delicious foodimals! Rated PG, 95 min.
Before the show, we’re giving away a FREE children’s bike, courtesy of Grand Traverse Pie Co. and Einstein Cycles.
Dealin' with Idiots
If you’ve ever felt like the only sane person in the room, have we got a movie for you. In addition to directing and writing this sweet and smart comedy, our co-founder Jeff Garlin stars as Max, a suspiciously Jeff Garlin-esque comedian, who thinks the eccentric parents at his son’s baseball games would make great material for a movie. In true improvisational style, what unfolds is a series of side-splitting encounters with some of the most accomplished comedians and character actors in the business — including Bob Odenkirk, Fred Willard, J.B. Smoove, and Timothy Olyphant — that lead Max to realize he may have more in common with these oddballs than he thought. Not Rated, 82 min.
We're giving the world the third greatest gift (laughter!) with this delightful musical filled with star-studded cameos, fart-shoes, maniacal laughs, chickens, barbershop quartets, and more! Rated PG, 103 min.
Night at the Museum
History comes alive (and wreaks havoc) in this riotous family fantasy that finds
Ben Stiller the unlikely guardian of Teddy Roosevelt, a T-Rex, Neanderthals, Attila the Hun,
and a museum's worth of treasures brought to life. Rated PG, 108 min.
The World's End
If you liked “Hot Fuzz” and loved “Shaun of the Dead,” you won’t want to miss Edgar Wright’s instantmidnight classic about an epic pub crawl that develops some serious complications. Rated R, 109 min.