Let's Go to the Movies

This week the Great Escape recommends a trip to the local theatre. There are all kinds of interesting new films playing!

Spring is here! There's no turning back now. We have Daylight Savings Time and a calendar date to prove it. I saw all kinds of spring activities going on over the weekend. People were out washing their cars by hand, raking yard debris that was buried under the snow for so long and simply enjoying being outside of their homes!

After we have been forced inside for what seemed like an eternity, it's hard to consider doing another indoor activity. However, looking at the movies that are playing right now, I was struck by how many different genres were available! Truly, something for everyone. Take a break, go on a date night and reward yourselves for getting through this brutal winter!

Are you worried about long lines at the box office or afraid the movie you've been dying to see will be sold out when you arrive? Try using www.fandango.com. This service allows you to buy tickets over the phone or online. There is a surcharge for purchasing tickets through Fandango, but if you're the kind of moviegoer who likes to see a film the day or weekend it opens, you may find it worth it to guarantee yourself a seat!

Here are the films that just opened last Friday at :

Robert DeNiro, Bradley Cooper
Science Fiction/Thriller
Eddie (Bradley Cooper) a struggling writer gains focus and fame by using a drug. His success grabs the attention of a tycoon (Robert DeNiro) who has plans for Eddie's future. 

Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Tomei
Psychological Thriller
A lawyer who works out of his car takes on a seemingly routine case that proves deadly.

Simon Pegg, Nick Frost
Science Fiction/Comedy
The adventures of two nerds take an RV road-trip to Area 51 where they meet Paul, an alien on the lamb.

Michael Flatley
Enjoy this Irish folk tale told through dance for the first time in 3-D! Hurry! Ends Thursday, March 24th!

Catch these before they leave the theater:

Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler
Romantic Comedy
A plastic surgeon (Adam Sandler) tells a lie and then has to cover it up by asking his assistant (Jennifer Aniston) to pretend to be his soon-to-be-ex-wife.

Matt Damon, Emily Blunt
Romantic Fantasy
Senate candidate David Norris (Matt Damon) meets a beautiful ballerina named Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt) but is kept away from her by conspirators and fate.


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