1120 Lawrence St, Port Townsend, WA - (360) 385-3883
A WRINKLE IN TIME
|Fri thru Sun||4:00pm and 7:30pm|
|Mon thru Thur||7:30pm|
|VIP Section (21+)||$11|
|Seniors 65 and over||$9|
|Students 13-17 with ASB Card||$9|
|12 and under||$8|
Run Time: 1 hr 49 min
Starring: Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Zach Galifianakis and Chris Pine
Written by: Jennifer Lee
Directed by: Ava DuVernay
Based on the best selling Fantasy/Science Fiction 1962 Novel by author Madeleine L'Engle
Meg Murry (Storm Reid) is a typical middle school student struggling with issues of self-worth who is desperate to fit in. As the daughter of two world-renowned physicists, she is intelligent and uniquely gifted, as is Meg's younger brother Charles Wallace (Deric McCabe), but she has yet to realize it for herself. Making matters even worse is the baffling disappearance of Mr. Murry (Chris Pine), which torments Meg and has left her mother (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) heartbroken. Charles Wallace introduces Meg and her fellow classmate Calvin (Levi Miller) to three celestial guides-Mrs. Which (Oprah Winfrey), Mrs. Whatsit (Reese Witherspoon) and Mrs. Who (Mindy Kaling)-who have journeyed to Earth to help search for their father, and together they set off on their formidable quest. Traveling via a wrinkling of time and space known as tessering, they are soon transported to worlds beyond their imagination where they must confront a powerful evil. To make it back home to Earth, Meg must look deep within herself and embrace her flaws to harness the strength necessary to defeat the darkness closing in on them.
"What holds A Wrinkle in Time together -- why kids should love it even as we fallen grown-ups pick at the nits -- is the strength of family feeling at its center."
-Ty Burr, BOSTON GLOBE
"It's visually splendid, packed with imagination and offers powerful messages about love, individuality and self-acceptance."
- Britton Peele, DALLAS MORNING NEWS
"I was transported by DuVernay's adaptation to the mind-set of my girlhood - embarrassing insecurities and all. This is not a cynic's film. It is, instead, unabashedly emotional." -April Wolfe, VILLAGE VOICE