Movies in Groton


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  • Your Neighborhood Theatre
    Film buffs across six states stare wide-eyed at large cinema screens, losing themselves in first-run Hollywood movies and the smell of fresh, buttery kernels within Your Neighborhood Theatre's 17 locations. Though all theaters prioritize comfortable seating, old-fashioned friendly service, and high-stakes preshow trivia slideshows, each location encompasses its own distinct charm, be it through arthouse décor, 3-D screens, or Rhode Island's vintage 1950's drive-in setting.
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    Poquoneck Rd. Rt.1
    Groton, CT US
  • Misquamicut Beach
    At Misquamicut Beach, visitors can celebrate the simple pleasures of feeling the sand between their toes and crashing into salty waves. The beach welcomes locals and tourists alike for a day outside in the fresh air, soaking in the sun's rays or body surfing out on the water. Throughout the summer, the beach plays host to a variety of events including a classic car show, drive-in movies, and festivals complete with carnival rides. Visitors can even zip down huge water slides?anything to distract them from that seagull that keeps stealing their sandwiches. Much of the vitality of the area can be credited to The Misquamicut Business Association, which boasts a membership of about 90% of local businesses. The association throws lots of family-friendly events and serves as a resource for news on happenings at its 180-some affiliated businesses.
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    321 Atlantic Ave
    Westerly, RI US
  • Parkade Cinemas
    Parkade Cinemas doesn't need a marquee lit up in flashing bulbs or spotlights waving through the sky to get the community through its doors. The film buffs behind the independently run theater know that the focus of the movie experience is the movie itself, so they don't try to overshadow it. And by leaving their decor understated, they've created something distinctly familiar. The red curtains lining the walls around six screens, the blue and white tile leading to the candies in the concession stand, the gray seats whose arms hug audiences during the scary parts are all emblematic of movie-going. These, coupled with the second-run Hollywood blockbusters and the regular live performances from comedians and magicians, make Parkade Cinemas a staple of the community.
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    416 W Middle Tpke
    Manchester, CT US
  • newportFILM
    A non-profit film series, newportFILM sparks cinematic discourse in the Rhode Island community with independent programming. The organization aims to invigorate the filmmaking and film-loving communities with a festival spirit year-round, hosting themed mini-festivals on topics such as animals or the environment. Films travel to a variety of theme-appropriate venues, from summer showings under the stars to atmosphere-heavy historic theaters renovated to include high-tech A/V equipment but retain their old-fashioned scratch-and-sniff popcorn-scented seats.
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    9 Freebody St.
    Newport, RI US
  • Tommy's Tanning
    Tommy’s Tanning offers customers more than two dozen bronzing options, from single-session spray tans for special occasions to yearly memberships inside five levels of tanning beds. The vertical and horizontal beds imbue skin with color while cooling faces and playing music for a more comfortable tanning session. For UV-free color, VersaSpa spray-tanning booths coat the skin in a streak-free glow, all while the client stands in a comfortable, wide-open interior.
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    139 Washington Ave
    North Haven, CT US
  • Real Art Ways
    Founded in 1975, Real Art Ways is one of the United States' leading innovative contemporary-arts organizations. The cinema at Real Art Ways screens first-run and classic independent films seven nights a week for the viewing pleasure of card-carrying art haus-ers and visually starved celluloid fanatics alike ($9 for non-members, $5 for members). Leave the distracting 4G smart-toaster at home to put all the focus on Life 2.0, a thought-provoking film about human interaction in the digital age. Vintage hits like the horrifying Japanese 1977 flick House and the slightly less-horrifying 1955 Guys and Dolls share silver-screen space with surprising ease. Visit the calendar for a full list of show times.
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    56 Arbor St
    Hartford, CT US

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