R.I.P. Free Popcorn Wednesdays at Wehrenberg Theaters.
If you are a moviegoer near one of Wehrenberg’s 16 multiplexes, and you have ever been on a Wednesday – chances are you have enjoyed a free popcorn. For the last two years members of Wehrenberg’s free rewards program, MVP (Movie Viewer Program), have been able to show their card at the concession stand every Wednesday and receive a complimentary medium popcorn (around a $7 value). As of December 18, 2013 the program ended.
“When you look into their eyes, you know somebody is home. Somebody’s looking back.” – John Jett, Former SeaWorld Trainer
Those words, spoken by a former trainer in Blackfish, drive home a point that many, many people can easily forget – this is not a person in a costume, not an animatronic figure that is timed to move to the music. It’s a living entity… and the star of this particular feature has killed. 3 times.
Blackfish, directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite, is not a sensationalistic spin on the deadly killer whale (hardly deadly, as there is no record of a killer whale attacking a human in the wild, according to the doc) or an activist piece, bent on dismantling and destroying the zoological park system.
Rather, the film is centered around Tilikum, SeaWorld’s 12,000-pound male orca that killed trainer Dawn Brancheau in 2010 – the third death attributed to him – and those who have worked closely with him over the years. This includes one of the whalers who stole him from his family as a baby, the caretakers and employees of the Canadian aquatic park he first presided at as a young calf (where he suffered abuse from all sides, including other, larger killer whales) and the half-dozen former SeaWorld Trainers who have come forward to dispel the myths and offer their testimony.
For only $5 per ticket, the B&B Wildwood 10 is having a special one night only showing of John Hughes’ PRETTY IN PINK (The bittersweet love story about two teenagers overcoming class obstacles and forming a relationship). The movie will take place tonight, Thursday April 26th at 7pm – with a portion of proceeds going to the Metro St. Louis Cinderella Project!
Just in time for prom season, get your tickets for tonight for PRETTY IN PINK online at bbtheatres.com or at the box office. For more information about the Metro St. Louis Cinderella Project visit cinderellastl.com.
B&B THEATRES is the 26th largest theatre chain in North America and operates over 200 screens in Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Florida. B&B has corporate offices in Liberty, Fulton, and Salisbury, MO and Los Angeles, CA. For more information go to B&B’s website at bbtheatres.com or follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/bbtheatres
The Great Escape Theater in Gravois Bluffs offers the utmost comfort and quality to moviegoers in the St. Louis area. The extraordinary movie theater, which opened in December of 2008, offers plush leather, rocking seats in all of it’s theaters. And now – it is the first theater in the entire state of Missouri to offer digital picture and sound in every theater!
Starting today, March 12 – every person in the audience will experience the best picture and sound a theater has to offer. And all of this comes at some of the best prices in town! Adult ticket prices are only $9.00 – and matinée, senior, and child prices are $6.75 (Matinee prices till 4pm Friday through Sunday and 6pm Monday through Thursday)!
So check out today’s new releases, and make sure to stop by the Great Escape Theater in Gravois Bluffs for an incredible movie experience.
The Summit at Gravois Bluffs
754 Gravois Bluffs Blvd
Fenton, MO 63026
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For those of you that live around us in St. Louis, the Tivoli is a great place to see some classic movies on the big screen that you don’t get the chance to see anymore. Cult classics, Hollywood Classics, and more, the Late Night Tivoli Series is a great way to spend your late nights on the weekend through the summer and up until Halloween with the annual screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Check out the screening schedule below!
July 17-18 GREMLINS
July 24-25 DEADGIRL – Premiere! projected on Qube
July 31-Aug. 1 DONNIE DARKO (DIRECTOR’S CUT)
Aug. 7-8 GHOSTBUSTERS
Aug. 14-15 TAXI DRIVER
Aug. 21-22 U2 (National Geographic) – in 3D! admission: $9
Aug. 28-29 LABYRINTH
Sept. 4-5 BACK TO THE FUTURE
Sept. 11-12 PULP FICTION
Sept. 18-19 WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER
Sept. 25-26 SERENITY
Oct. 2-3 THEY LIVE
Oct. 9-10 ARMY OF DARKNESS
Oct. 16-17 12 MONKEYS
Oct. 23-24 MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D – in 3D! admission: $9
Oct. 31-Nov. 1 and Nov. 6-7 ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW admission: $10