Carousel Cinemas at Battleground Rd, Greensboro, NC

Showtimes

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(2D)HERCULES (PG13, 99 min.)
12:50pm 3:00pm 5:10pm 7:20pm 9:30pm
MALEFICENT (PG, 97 min.)
12:45pm 2:55pm 5:05pm 7:15pm 9:25pm
22 JUMP STREET (R, 112 min.)
12:05pm 2:25pm 4:45pm 7:05pm 9:25pm
SNOWPIERCER (R, 126 min.)
12:00pm 2:30pm 5:00pm 7:30pm 10:00pm
2D MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN (PG, 97 min.)
12:45pm 2:50pm 4:55pm 7:00pm 9:05pm
THE EQUALIZER (R, 132 min.)
12:00pm 1:45pm 2:45pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 8:15pm 9:45pm
A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES (R, 119 min.)
12:00pm 2:25pm 4:50pm 7:15pm 9:40pm
THE HUNDRED FOOT JOURNEY (PG, 122 min.)
12:00pm 2:30pm 5:00pm 10:00pm
ANNABELLE (R, 98 min.)
7:30pm
THE NOVEMBER MAN (R, 108 min.)
12:20pm 2:45pm 5:05pm 7:25pm
BANG BANG (NR, 155 min.)
2:00pm 5:00pm 8:00pm
THE ONE I LOVE (R, 91 min.)
12:05pm 2:10pm 4:30pm 7:00pm 9:30pm
BOYHOOD (R, 165 min.)
1:15pm 4:30pm 7:45pm
THE PURGE: ANARCHY (R, 104 min.)
12:25pm 2:40pm 4:55pm 7:10pm 9:25pm
FRANK (R, 96 min.)
12:30pm 2:40pm 4:50pm 7:00pm 9:10pm
THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU (R, 108 min.)
12:50pm 3:05pm 5:20pm 7:35pm 9:50pm
LAST WEEKEND (NR, 99 min.)
12:40pm 2:50pm 5:00pm 7:10pm 9:20pm
 
  • Adults - $10.25
  • Children (3-12) - $7.25
  • Seniors (over 62) - $7.25
  • College Students (w/ ID) - $9.25
  • Military (w/ ID) - $9.25
  • Sunset Matinee (Mon-Thurs between 4pm and 6pm) - $6.50
  • Bargain Matinee (all shows before 4pm) - $7.50

Carousel News

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News and Information!

***Showing on Wednesday 09-24 at 7:00 PM. Tickets are available free on day of show.

“Rockin’ the Wall,” a film by Larry Schweikart and Marc Leif, begins a national tour next week beginning in Ohio in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Based on a chapter in Schweikart’s 2010 best seller Seven Events that Made America, the G-rated film is the story of rock music’s part in bringing down the Iron Curtain. It features rock and rollers from the 60s and 70s, including the Doors, Quiet Riot, Toto, Vanilla Fudge, and a funk-rock group from Atlanta, Georgia, “Mother’s Finest,” who played in East Berlin just two weeks before the Wall fell. Filled with original music provided by the groups themselves, as well as classic rock songs, “Rockin’ the Wall” includes interviews with “witnesses” from behind the Iron Curtain, including Hungarian drummer/activist Leslie Mandoki, who escaped from communism and later befriended the Premier of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev. Gorbachev told Mandoki, “We couldn’t keep rock and roll out,” and Mandoki concluded that “rock music was fundamental . . . to help bring down the Berlin Wall.”