“It’s a great time to be a Star Wars fan.”
Get some free laughs and scares this Friday at Sunnyside Cemetery where the cult comedy “Young Frankenstein” will be screened followed by the horror classic “Bride of Frankenstein.”
Each Tuesday and Wednesday at 10:00AM starting June 12 and running through August 15, $1 movies will play at Edwards Long Beach Stadium 26.
On Monday, Long Beach City College (LBCC) announced the dates of its Summer Recreation Program’s Dive-In Movie Nights, taking place at the Liberal Arts Campus Pool (between Building R and Building Q) on June 30, July 14, and July 18.
The Long Beach Port-sponsored Moonlight Movies on the Beach announced its 2015 schedule this morning, with its annual Summer Kick-Off celebration set for June 22.
Veterans and active military personnel can watch Fury (2014), the WWII drama, for free at any Cinemark/Century and Regal theater chain today. Two theaters in Long Beach are participating in this Veterans Day offer.
Lovers of life, lovers of surfing, lovers of family, a warm sun and the Italian coast have less than 24 hours to purchase tickets to the Long Beach screening of Bella Vita, an intimately-crafted documentary about one man’s exploration of his ancestral homeland.
In 2008–’09 a group of SoCal teenagers went on a spree burglarizing the Hollywood Hills homes of mostly-worthless celebrities because they liked all that expensive, fancy stuff we call “bling.” If it was an interesting case, you’d never guess it from this film.
History will forever link WikiLeaks and Bradley Manning. We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLinks will prove to be one of the defining documents on both, jointly responsible for history’s biggest leak of state secrets.