You really can’t go wrong here.
I mean, only $5 a piece. That’s all to step back and watch films from those summers gone by. Summers that you spent during those years growing up.
And step back you can in 2012. Look over that line up.
“Stand By Me” from 1986, “The Blues Brothers” from 1980, “Apollo 13” from 1995, “Ghostbusters” from 1985, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” from 1977, “An American Werewolf In London” from 1981 and “The Breakfast Club” from 1985.
Great films all. And shown from 35 mm prints, too. No video here.
And lines we love to remember right? “You guys wanna go see a dead body?” “We’re on a mission from God.” “Houston, we have a problem.” “There is no Dana, only Zuul.” “Dad, after this can we throw dirt in MY window?” “A naked American man stole my balloons.” “Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?”
$5 gets you the movie, in a classic art deco theater – no less – and the Mighty Wurlizter, and Dec-O-Win. Cocktails are extra, but very reasonable. Check out the Paramount.
It’s cheaper than therapy and a lot more fun!