Head To Grandin Theatre To Catch These Movies

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Do you love classic movies? If so, the Grandin Theatre has some upcoming flicks you’ll want to see. There are a ton of choices, so check out the top options coming soon to the Grandin Theatre. The theater is offering free admission to these classic films, so it’s the perfect time to catch up on your movie history.

“Duck Soup” – April 8 at 10 a.m.

Start your Saturday morning off on the right foot by catching “Duck Soup” at the Grandin Theatre. Released in 1933, “Duck Soup” stars the Marx Brothers. The plot-heavy movie features fictional countries, bumbling spies, a wealthy socialite, and a fair amount of love. It’s also hilarious, thanks to the Marx Brothers.

“A Matter of Life and Death” – May 13 at 10 a.m.

“A Matter of Life and Death” was released in 1946 and provides big doses of fantasy and romance. The visually stunning movie is considered one of the best films ever made, and many critics say it’s essential viewing for film buffs. You don’t have to love fantasy to appreciate the film’s themes, so definitely check it out.

“An American in Paris” – June 10 at 10 a.m.

This 1951 film stars Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron and features a fun romantic romp through Paris. There’s music, dancing, and lots of love in this classic movie. In fact, there’s double the love since two guys fall in love with the same woman. You might not have seen the film before, but you know many of the song and dance numbers, including “I Got Rhythm” and “Embraceable You.” Thus, you’ll feel right at home watching “An American in Paris.”

“Roman Holiday” – July 8 at 10 a.m.

You can go from Paris to Rome by seeing “Roman Holiday” at the Grandin Theatre in July. The romantic comedy was an instant hit when it debuted in 1953 and is the highest-rated movie on this list. The movie is pretty simple, but Audrey Hepburn simply dominates on the big screen and Gregory Peck is the perfect leading man. You’ll miss the good old days of romantic comedies when you see this film at the theater.

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Other Upcoming Films

The theater is continuing to offer free admission to classic films through September. You can see “The Pink Panther” on Aug. 12 and “The Philadelphia Story” on Sept. 9.

All of these movies are classics for a reason, so find out what all the fuss is about by attending. These movies are so entertaining that even kids will enjoy them, so bring the whole family along for the ride.

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