Enough free movies to cover a Christmas tree are arriving at local museums, libraries and playhouses this week.
With the holiday season here, you’re sure to be inundated with holiday cheer. If you just want a break from it, check out these non-holiday related blockbusters from the summer, for free.
The free movie schedule is light this week, and not just because everyone’s probably going to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire in its first weekend in theaters.
It’s a Dark World as far as new movies are concerned this weekend. Thor is expected to dominate the competition once again, so if you’ve already seen the God of Thunder in action, this may be a great week to check out a free movie in the DMV.
Thor may be hammering away at the box office this weekend, but it doesn’t have to take a pounding to your wallet. Check out these free movies from around town.
The movie adaptation of Ender’s Game finally arrives in theaters this weekend, and hordes of fans who grew up on Orson Scott Card’s tale of a little boy with potentially world-saving video game skills will be crowding the multiplex. You could fight for a seat, or you could beat the crowds and see a wide array of free movies this week, some based on other best-selling books, others just silly comedies. A few movies from Hollywood’s Golden Age are screening as well.
The effects of the government shutdown have extended into peoples’ day-to-day lives, wallets, and even how they entertain themselves, but it hasn’t completely put a hold on the free movie schedule in the D.C. area.
The new Ron Howard movie Rush hits theaters this weekend, but if you’re in no hurry to pay full price to go to the movies, a few outdoor movie festivals from the summer have been extended into the fall.
Lanham, Md. (CBSDC) — If your idea of the perfect weekend is to sit around the house and enjoy a good book, this may be the perfect time to get out of your comfort zone […]
While the pay-per-movie selections are slim pickens this weekend at the box office, there are some great movies you can see around town, free of charge, like Brad Pitt in “World War Z.”