Taking the kids to the movies shouldn’t feel like a job, and it shouldn’t cost you your entire paycheck either. Check out these recent blockbusters playing around the city, free of charge.
This weekend’s box office brings movies for kids, adults, and adults who act like kids, but free movie screenings in the area bring cinematic entertainment to everyone without breaking the bank.
Don’t go blue in the face paying to see “Smurfs 2″ this weekend. There are movies geared towards young and old playing for free in a theater near you.
Don’t want Hugh Jackman’s “The Wolverine” slashing through your wallet this weekend? Save your money, and take the family to a movie free of charge at one of the many summer movie festivals going on, in and around town.
Outdoor film festivals have been going on all summer in the D.C. area, but this weekend brings a special treat with the arrival of Screen on the Green – four weeks of free movies on the nation’s front yard.
This being the last weekend before the 4th of July holiday, free movie season is scaling back a bit, but it should come as no surprise that the movies that are coming to theaters near you have a patriotic theme to them.
Pixar’s Monsters University will probably be the big draw in theaters this weekend, but on this first official week of summer there are plenty of free options to take the kids to on the big screen.
A remake of The Evil Dead and a 3D re-release of Jurassic Park are sure to dominate the box office this weekend. But you don’t have to pay normal ticket prices to take in a classic motion picture this week.
Even at this busy time in the nation’s capital, DC’s best kept secret is still going full swing. Here’s this week’s list of free movies in and around town, starting January 19th.
From brand-new inductees to the National Film Registry to high-minded European documentaries to certified schlock, the Washington region is getting right back into the new year with a wide range of free movies coming soon to a theater, museum… or bar… near you.