The Bold, 'Blouty' Force of Nature That is Wild Rose

Opens Friday, July 12, at The Flicks

The All-American Film Festival

Dramas, histories, musicals and, yes, a few westerns

'Independence Day' and 'Dazed and Confused'

Payette Brewing Co., July 3 and July 10

Pavarotti: Adoro Questo Cine Film

With never-before-seen footage of the legendary tenor and a gorgeous Dolby Atmos soundtrack, director Ron Howard's new film is one of the big surprises of the summer of 2019.
Now playing at The Flicks

Sizzle or Fizzle: Are Movie Studios Saving This Summer's Best for Last?

Hollywood may end up holding its collective breath until Friday, July 18.

'The Dead Don't Die:' Go for the Film, Stay for the Song

Now playing at The Flicks

"Oh, the dead don't die...Any more than you or I. They're just ghosts inside a dream<...Of a life that we don't own.

'Clueless' and 'Footloose'

June 12 and June 15, Payette Brewing Co. and The Egyptian Theatre

World Village Fest: 'Ruben Blades Is Not My Name' Screening

JUMP, Friday, June 14

'Heeeeeere's Katherine'

Sad to say, Late Night is more flaxen than fine
Now playing

i48 Film Festival

The Flicks on Saturday, June 8, and The Egyptian Theatre on Sunday, June 9

You Can Tell Everybody, This Is His Song

'Rocketman' stitches songs into Elton John's biography, not to be historically accurate about time or place, but instead to enhance the scene's emotional punch.
Now playing

Documentary About Eagle Rodeo's Dramatic Move to New Digs to Screen at Egyptian Theatre

Last year, the Eagle Rodeo lost the lease for its previous location. Filmmakers have documented its dramatic move from Eagle to Avimor.

'Red Joan': The Spy Who Loved Him

An elderly woman, dubbed "Granny Spy," was described as "the most important female agent ever recruited by the USSR."
Now playing at The Flicks

Colossal Cinematic Showcase to Roll Out Red Carpet

Country Club Reel Theatre, Sunday, May 19

LunaFest Screens Films By, For and About Women at The Flicks

Saturday, May 18 at The Flicks
"I found a moment with each of these screenings where I cried. Each year, there's that one little thing."

Boise Parks & Rec Reveals 2019's 'Movies Under the Stars'

The films are free to attend, with kids' activities starting at 7 p.m. and films starting at dusk.

Tolkien: Man, Myth and Metaphor

Though Tolkien is filled with sweeping metaphor, at its core is a steadfast heart that evokes the best parts of human nature.
Now playing at The Flicks

Boise Classic Movies: 'Xanadu'

The Egyptian Theatre, Friday, May 10

Avengers: Endgame, The Mad Libs Edition

Our Marvel-themed game of blankety-blanks. And no worries; there are no spoilers here

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