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Welcome to Waters Edge Cinema!
237 Commercial Street, 2nd Floor, Provincetown MA 02657
508-413-9369    watersedgecinema@gmail.com
 
Provincetown's Year-Round Art House Movie Theater
featuring State-of-the-Art Digital Cinema and Sound &
home of the Provincetown Film Society and
Provincetown International Film Festival

 

NOW PLAYING

THE DROP

Show times thru Thursday, September 25:

  • Daily @ 5pm & 7:30pm

Show times Friday, September 26 thru Thursday, October 2:

  • Fri-Sat @ 4:30pm, 6:45pm & 9pm*
  • Sun-Thu @ 5:15pm & 7:30pm*
  • *Sat-Sun add'l matinees @ 2:15pm

If you order tickets online, you must bring your charge card to the cinema to redeem them.

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A bartender (Tom Hardy) at a Brooklyn neighborhood pub that serves as a "money drop" for gangsters finds himself at the center of a robbery gone awry. With James Gandolfini and Noomi Rapace. Written by Dennis Lehane (MYSTIC RIVER, GONE BABY GONE), based on his short story "Animal Rescue"; directed by Michaël R. Roskam (BULLHEAD). "Not that it needed demonstrating, but Hardy once again shows what quiet force and phenomenal range he has. He's like a young Liam Neeson with Michael Fassbender chops." — Mark Feeney, The Boston Globe. "James Gandolfini's final film role: quietly magnificent work." — Richard Roeper, Richard Roeper.com. "A taut yarn that bides its time. Slow-burning tension, dark wit, and superlative performances." — Claudia Puig, USA Today. (Rated R, 106 min.)

MY OLD LADY

Show times thru Thursday, September 25 (last day):

  • Daily @ 4:30pm & 7pm

If you order tickets online, you must bring your charge card to the cinema to redeem them.

Purchase Tickets



A down-on-his-luck New Yorker (Kevin Kline) inherits a Parisian apartment from his father, but when he goes to see it, he discovers a 90-year-old woman (Maggie Smith) with a grown daughter (Kristin Scott Thomas) living there. French real-estate law is such that he must pay the old woman, who sold the place to his dad, a monthly fee till she dies. A charming comedy written and directed by playwright Israel Horovitz (AUTHOR! AUTHOR!). "Compelling viewing, mostly thanks to Kline, who gives a career-high performance." — Glenn Kenny, Roger Ebert.com. "Appealing performances and an engaging premise, not to mention Paris looking its most glorious." — David Noh, Film Journal International. (Rated PG-13, 107 min.)


Tickets may be purchased online or at the door one half hour prior to first show of the day.

**Note: When purchasing tickets on the website, you will not receive an email with your tickets nor do you have to print anything out. Simply bring the credit card you purchased the tickets with to the theater at the time of your movie and pick up your tickets at the register.
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