If You’re Missing Big Screen Movies Cinemark Has A Deal For You
If you're missing the big-screen cinema experience, Cinemark has a deal for you!
Well, a deal for you and up to 24 of your friends. Check this out!
Cinemark is offering a private movie experience for up to 25 total viewers, which includes the movie of your choice, a private screening room, which also includes... drum roll please... 25 large drinks and 25 hot fresh popcorn bags for only $350.00.
It's called Cinemark's Come Back Classics.
Now before you get serious sticker shock, if you break it down, each of the 25 tickets is only $14.00 a piece. This is roughly double what we were paying per ticket before the pandemic and we didn't have the whole room to ourselves! Personally I think $350 is a good deal, especially for a special occasion right now like a birthday party. It's trying to get 24 of my friends and family members to AGREE on which classic movie we should see that will be difficult!
My brain goes straight to my childhood and the timeless movies that I saw on the big screen creating the movie buff I am today, movies like E.T. or Star Wars that I have only seen on the big screen once.
What is the first movie that comes to your mind for a classic movie you'd pay $350.00 to see on the big screen today?
Here is a list of the top 100 movies of all time according to The Hollywood Reporter to jot your memory!
You've also got to check out this list by taking an eye-opening look at the movies provided by Vulture.com that were supposed to be released in 2020 but were delayed by COVID. We couldn't believe how many movies there were!
Over a hundred-plus movies delayed, pushed back, and some re- rescheduled with many of them pushed to be released now in 2022. Movies like Avatar 2; the next four Avatar movies were scheduled for every other December delayed from 2021 now pushed to December 16, 2022. Or what about Dungeon and Dragons, moved from November 19th to May 27th, 2022? Mission Impossible 8 rescheduled for November 4th, 2022.
On a side note, I was super intrigued by the movie trailer for The Woman in the Window, starring Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, and Julienne Moore which was scheduled to be released in May and in anticipation of its release I started counting down the days (naively in the beginning of the pandemic) now months later its release date is still TBA.
It looks like 2022 will be a big year for the cinema! Thankfully for impatient cinema fans like myself, Cinemark has a unique movie viewing experience.
Who wants to join me?
Click the link for Cinemark here for all of the details.