Free Movie Weekend
Summer movie festivals should continue to keep you out of the theaters, and out of your wallet this weekend, with timeless classics like The Matrix Trilogy on display free of charge.
It’s “Despicable Me 2” versus “The Lone Ranger” in the box office battle this weekend, but you’re the real winner with a full slate of blockbusters on indoor and outdoor screens, at no cost to your wallet.
“This Is the End” may be one of the new movies making its debut in the multiplexes this week, but when it comes to free summer movie season in and around the nation’s capital, this is only the beginning.
We’re heading right into the heart of summer blockbuster season not just in the multiplexes, but on the free outdoor movie screens, too. Here’s what’s happening under the stars near your neighborhood.
Memorial Day brings one of the biggest weekends for movies of the year. Theaters will be packed to the rafters with both Fast & Furious 6 and The Hangover Part III opening, so avoid the crowds and save some pocket change while you’re at it. Check out these movies showing for free in and around town.
Captain Kirk and Spock will likely give Iron Man and Jay Gatsby a run for their money in the box office this weekend, but you don’t need to spend your hard earned dollars to get your sci-fi fix.
The 1920s come roaring back into theaters this weekend with the hip-hop-laden retelling of The Great Gatsby, but you don’t have to pay full price to see some real classics of the silver screen, or any price.
Iron Man 3 is going to blast the competition away at this weekend’s box office. Perhaps it’s no surprise, then, that the pickings are rather slim in the free movie department this week, but the bargains are still out there!
The Michael Bay-directed Pain and Gain may be the big debut arriving in theaters this weekend, but the real pain is the price you have to pay for tickets! This weekend, you can see films from such legendary directors as Alfred Hitchcock, Clint Eastwood, George Lucas, Elia Kazan and Georges Méliès, all on the big screen, and all for free.
If you’re a fan of classic movies, but not a fan of paying for tickets to see them on the big screen, this is your week. You’ve got your pick of classic family films, B-movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood, two films starring Katharine Hepburn, and much more to choose from.