The Fri­day movie (and din­ner, too)

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This month’s First Fri­day at the Movies, start­ing at 7 p.m. to­mor­row (Oct. 6) at Lit­tle Wash­ing­ton Theatre, is a clas­sic Amer­i­can western and thriller in one: “Hell or High Wa­ter,” star­ring Chris Pine, Ben Fos­ter and Jeff Bridges. It’s rated R.

It’s the story of un­em­ployed oil and gas worker Toby Howard (Pine), who’s di­vorced, miss­ing his two sons and los­ing his ranch to the Texas Mid­lands Bank. When his brother Tan­ner Howard (Fos­ter) gets out of prison, they team up to rob agen­cies of the bank to raise money to pay the loan so that Toby can leave the real es­tate to his sons. Mean­while, soon-to-re­tire Texas Ranger Mar­cus Hamil­ton (Jeff Bridges) and part­ner Al­berto Parker (Gil Birm­ing­ham) try to an­tic­i­pate the thieves’ next move.

As usual, ad­mis­sion is $6 and there’s pop­corn, candy and wa­ter avail­able for pur­chase at 291 Gay St.

A few steps away at 311 Gay St., in keep­ing with the movie’s West Texas

theme, Tula’s is of­fer­ing a special fixed-price pre-theater din­ner start­ing at 5 p.m. and fea­tur­ing black bean salad, tamales over Mex­i­can rice and dessert ($30), plus se­lect wines and beers for $5. They’re open after the show for cock­tails, too.

For more on the RAAC’s Fri­day movies, visit raac. org/raacwp/1st-fri­day-at-the­movies

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