Manville Theatre Announces 4 Dollar Tickets for National Cinema Day
When I was a kid, our neighborhood movie theatre would show movies for one dollar. For some reason, there aren’t any dollar theatres anymore. However, thanks to National Cinema Day, it’s kinda close.
If you haven’t heard of National Cinema Day don’t feel bad. National Cinema Day has only been around for a year. National Cinema Day is about 3000 theatres throughout the country joining together to offer deeply discounted tickets.
This year, in its second celebration, National Cinema Day happens this Sunday, August 27, 2023. Throughout the day participating theatres are offering movie tickets for the unbelievable, ridiculous price of only $4 dollars. Maybe I have that backward, and the ridiculous cost would be the normal price. There’s also a chance that you’ll find the concessions are also at a discount that day.
In case you’re a little skeptical, this is all movies in all formats, and at all showtimes, it’s all included.
There are multiple movie chains that are participating in the second annual National Cinema Day. They include AMC, Marcus, Regal, and many others.
Also among them is Reading Cinemas, which is excited to partner with the Cinema Foundation to celebrate the second annual National Cinema Day this Sunday, August 27, at all locations.
According to their press release, Reading Cinemas in Manville says that they will be participating in the one-day event. They’re celebrating the power of movies to bring everyone together with discounted admissions for all movies. This includes the TITAN LUXE Premium Large Format screen, all showtimes, all day for only $4. They are also offering discounted concessions with fountain drinks of any size for just $4. For under $10, a movie and a drink.
Movie lovers will be able to enjoy dozens of movies, at various locations, including new films opening this weekend: Golda, starring Helen Mirren as Golda Meir, and Grand Turismo: Based on a True Story, current box office hits: Barbie, Oppenheimer and Blue Beetle, recent family fare: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, The Super Mario Bros. Movie and The Little Mermaid (Sing-Along Version), and classic re-releases: The 30th Anniversary release of Jurassic Park.
National Cinema Day, “Let’s all go!”