Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba bring to life Steven King’s imagining: The Dark Tower. The two are locked in an eternal and epic battle, with no less than the existence of the universe at stake. Good and Evil collide at the Dark Tower between the Last Gunslinger and the Man in Black. It’s rated PG-13 and runs an hour-and-a-half. Join the struggle of fate at the Alamo Drafthouse and every other Lubbock theater.
Detroit focuses on the Algiers Motel incident during the 12th Street riot 50 years ago this summer. A call of gunshots prompted a response by not only the police, but the Michigan State Police and the Michigan Army National Guard. Three black men died and seven other were brutally beaten. The Rated R drama is getting good reviews. Go inside the struggle at the Alamo Drafthouse, ether Cinemark or Premiere.
Lubbock Moonlight Musicals wraps up it summer with Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. It’s a classic, set on the Oregon Trail in the 1850’s. The brothers-in-law learn to go a’cortin, but wind up kidnappin’ as many young lasses. It runs every Friday and Saturday night this month out at Mackenzie Park.Get your tickets to the 8:00 show through Select-a-Seat.
That’s a look at what’s happening in the Hub City, with Joe Sherwood‘s Entertainment Thursday!