JSAC Movie House Presents: “Clue” (PG)

Join us at the JSAC for a screening of “Clue”! Tickets are $10/pp.
Six blackmail victims are invited to an isolated mansion by a man who knows a dark secret from each of their pasts. On arrival, each is given a pseudonym drawn from Cluedo before being introduced to the blackmailer. Each is handed a weapon, at which point the lights are switched off and the blackmailer is killed. Can the guests uncover the murderer before they all become victims?

JSAC Movie Series: “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” (PG)

Another mission for the Enterprise pits them against a familiar enemy named Khan, who, while leading a crew of near-savage space prisoners, insinuates himself into the Genesis Project, which is designed to introduce living organisms on long-dead planets.

JSAC Free Outdoor Movie: “E.T.” (PG)

Free event! Pre-registration required. Movie begins at dusk.One of the most popular films (based on box-office returns) of all time, Steven Spielberg’s E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial is a heartwarming fable of a boy and the gentle alien he befriends. Genuinely touching and filled with an infectious childlike wonder that has brought tears and laughter to audiences the world over, E.T. has truly become a family classic.

JSAC Free Outdoor Movie: “Birdcage” (R)

Robin Williams and Nathan Lane play long-time companions forced to play it straight in this remake of the farce “La Cage aux Folles.” Pre-registration required. Movie begins at dusk.

JSAC Free outdoor Movie: “Back to the Future” (PG)

An eccentric scientist builds a time machine, which accidentally transports a high-school student back to the 1950s, where the teen inadvertently interferes with the budding romance between his future parents. The boy must figure out how to set things right, or risk completely altering the future. Pre-registration required. Movie begins at dusk.

JSAC Free Outdoor Movie: “Footloose” (PG)

An urban teen moves to a rural Midwestern town where dancing is outlawed and fights to stage a high-school prom complete with dancing. He also falls for a local girl whose minister dad is behind the dirty dancing boycott. Pre-registration required. Movie starts at dusk.

JSAC Moviehouse Presents: “Big Eyes” (PG-13)

Biopic of artist Margaret Keane, who lived in obscurity while her husband Walter shot to fame by claiming that he was responsible for her popular portraits of little children with saucer-like eyes. Tickets are $10 per adult and $5 per child.