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Now showing at Lakes 12 Theatre and Sunset Cinema

Lakes 12 Theatre is located at 14145 Baxter Drive in Baxter near the Westgate Mall. Sunset Cinema is located at 33040 Aspenwood Drive in Pequot Lakes.

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Lakes 12

New releases starting Friday, Aug. 19, in Baxter:

  • “Beast.”
  • “Bodies Bodies Bodies.”
  • “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.”

Movies still playing:

  • “Bullet Train.”
  • “DC League of Super-Pets.”
  • “Elvis.”
  • “Mack & Rita.”
  • “Minions: The Rise of Gru.”
  • “Thor: Love and Thunder.”
  • “Top Gun: Maverick.”
  • “Vengeance.”
  • “Where the Crawdads Sing.”
MORE MOVIE COVERAGE BY FRANK LEE:
“See How They Run” is a satiric Agatha Christie-like mystery/thriller of a whodunit costarring Sam Rockwell as a boozy inspector, and Saoirse Ronan as an enthusiastic rookie constable trying to solve the murder of a crew of a popular play in 1950s London.

Sunset Cinema

New release starting Friday, Aug. 19, in Jenkins:

  • "Beast."

Movies still playing:

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  • “Bullet Train.”
  • “DC League of Super-Pets.”
  • “Mack & Rita.”
  • “Top Gun: Maverick.”
  • “Where the Crawdads Sing.”

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