Movies Theatre Champlin Hall History


Showing movies nightly at 7 p.m. and Sunday matinee at 2 p.m..


Established in 1914, Cresco Theatre and Opera House has long standing tradition of providing entertainment for all ages.

Champlin Hall

A family friendly and accessible space for your next event.


From the days of Vaudeville and silent movies to live performances and 3D movies, Cresco Theatre and Opera House continues to be a crowd pleaser.

Exterior Interior title= Lobby Stage
themed object
Established 1914
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Showing Now - Nightly at 7 p.m. and Sunday matinee 2 p.m.

Ticket Prices:
Students:4-12 years old: $3.00; Adults 13-62 years old: $5.00; Seniors 63+: $3.00;
Military: $3.00 with ID; 3D Movies add $2 to each price

10/18-23  R

No Movie 10/24 - A Neil Diamond Tribute

Showing Next

Downton Abbey
10/25-27 & 30-31 PG
Downton Abbey

**Subject to change. Please check back. **
10/12 The Whitesidewalls  
10/18 Joker R
10/24 Neil Diamond Tribute  
10/25 Downton Abbey PG
10/26 Rocky Horror @ 11:59 PM  
10/28 Notre Dame Concert - No Movie  
10/29 Darrin Crow presents Morbid Curiosities  
11/1 Zombieland Doubletap R
11/8 Abomindable PG
11/9 Epilepsy Talent Showcase - No Movie  
11/10 4H Awards - No Matinee  


Outstanding movie with a haunting performance and best character development ever seen

Every once in a while a movie comes, that truly makes an impact. Joaquin's performance and scenography in all it's brilliance. Grotesque, haunting and cringy. Hard to watch at times,... but so mesmerizing, you won't blink an eye watching it. Tragic, but with seriously funny moments. Emotional rollercoaster - sometimes, with multiple emotions popping-up at the same time.

this is far from a typical action-riddled predictable super-hero movie - it's a proper psychological thriller/drama, with the single best character development I have ever seen.

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