Palace Theater: Movies

Everything Everywhere All At Once

HANA HOU!
Friday
May 27th @7:00pm
Saturday May 28th @2:30pm
Monday May 30th @7:00pm
Tuesday May
31st @7:00pm
Doors open 30 min prior to show

Fantasy Comedy | 132 min
Rated R

Tickets Available Now
$10 General Admission
$9 Senior, Students & Veterans

Directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert
Starring Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Jamie Lee Curtis

Synopsis: When an interdimensional rupture unravels reality, an unlikely hero must channel her newfound powers to fight bizarre and bewildering dangers from the multiverse as the fate of the world hangs in the balance.

“A bonkers and bizarrely wonderful genre mashup, “Everything Everywhere All at Once” is finally the multiverse movie that we can all relate to.” USA Today

The Last Dragon

ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Saturday May 28th @ 7:00pm
Doors open at 6:30pm

Retro Classic | 1985
Action Comedy Drama
Rated PG13 | 109 min

TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW
$15 General Admission

The Palace Theater presents the martial arts cult classic film “The Last Dragon” followed by a 60min dance party with DJ UPLIFTER featuring the music of early 80’s hip hop/R&B

Directed by Michael Schultz
Staring Taimak, Vanity, Christopher Murney

Synopsis: In New York City, a young man searches for a Master to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery known as the Glow.

An intoxicating blend of comedy, kung fu, corny romance, special effects and rock videos, it’s as electrically sleepless as the New York it’s set against.” Paul Attanasio Washington Post

 

 

Our Lost Years

Sunday June 5th @ 2:30pm
Doors open 30 min prior to showtime

Documentary
Not Rated

Tickets Available Now
$10 General Admission
$9 Senior, Student, & Veteran

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Hilo Sons & Daughters of AJA Veterans.

Written & Directed by Lane Nishikawa

Lane Nishikawa’s newest documentary feature film on the internment of the 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II, and the ten year fight for redress and reparations, that resulted in the signing of H.R. 442, the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. Lane traveled to seven cities and two internment camps, interviewing internees, their children and grandchildren, politicians, community leaders, lawyers, and activists. OUR LOST YEARS takes the audience on a personal, comprehensive, behind-the-scenes journey, exploring the emotional and psychological impact of the evacuation and incarceration, the battle for an apology with its bitter sweet triumph, and the newfound legacy of a battered community becoming a voice of justice for all people.