Movies in Jefferson Valley-Yorktown

Movie Package for One, Two, or Four at Lafayette Theatre (Up to 36% Off)

Lafayette Theatre

Suffern

$17.75 $12

Grandiose theater—boasting red velvet curtain, chadelier, and opera booths—hosts first-run movies and classic cinema

Hollywood Golden Age Film for Two or Four at Rosebud Theatre (50% Off)

Rosebud Theatre

Westwood

$20 $10

Upcoming films from Hollywood's Golden Age include "The Thin Man," "Casablanca," and "Yankee Doodle Dandy"

$6 for One Movie Ticket at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (Up to $12.25 Value)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema - Yonkers

$12.25 $6

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Watch first-run blockbusters and classics free from distractions such as texting as servers bring food and drinks directly to your seat

Movie Outing for Two or Four with Popcorn at Hawthorne Theater (Up to 47% Off)

Hawthorne Theater

Hawthorne

$32 $17

Newly renovated theater in business 85+ years shows first-run movies

Two, Four, or Eight Groupons, Each Good for a Movie and Popcorn at Spotlight Theatres Majestic Cinema 7 (57% Off)

Spotlight Theatres Majestic Cinema 7

Westfall

$14 $6

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Nosh on fresh popcorn while watching a film such as Tammy, _Earth to Echo, or Dawn of the Planet of the Apes in one of seven theaters

Movie Outing with Popcorn and Drinks for Two or Four, or VIP Party Package at Movie World Cinemas (Up to 43% Off)

Movie World Cinemas

Douglaston Little Neck

$38 $23

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First-run blockbusters screen as patrons enjoy popcorn at family-owned theater; party package with private screening and concessions

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Winners of the 2011 Grammy Award for best contemporary jazz album, the Stanley Clarke Band makes its first-ever appearance in Westchester on the historic stage of Tarrytown Music Hall. Leading the talented troupe of musicians, legendary bassist Stanley Clarke infuses each jazzy arrangement with a rhythmic pulse more graceful than a bald eagle singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Clarke's remarkable career—which began in the early 1970s—includes innovative work on multiple instruments, numerous film scores, and a lengthy discography that spans classical, jazz, R & B, and pop genres. Built in 1885, Tarrytown Music Hall has stood as a fitting abode to prodigious performers such as Joan Baez, Dizzy Gillespie, and Bruce Springsteen. Noted for its superb acoustics, the century-old institution has also played host to powerful guests such as the Rockefellers, who frequented the hall's elaborate flower shows and championship charades tournaments.

13 Main St
Tarrytown,
NY
US

Destinta Theatres brings the magic of the movies to the New Windsor community with Dolby surround sound and MasterImage 3D. Ask about their customer loyalty program.

215 Quassaick Ave.
New Windsor,
NY
US

The 43rd season of the Greenwich Classic Film Series runs from February through May and will treat modern audiences to film classics from the '30s–'70s. Each movie is preceded by an informative introduction from an esteemed speaker, who returns after the film to smack serious film-science into the brains of each popcorn-munching audience member. Each speaker then engages newly educated audiences with a lively Q&A session in which cinema enthusiasts can inquire, "What else was that one actor in?" and, "So the knife symbolized Dadaism, right?" Peruse the schedule for a full list of screenings. The genre-spanning roster boasts the austere Marx Brothers tragedy Duck Soup as well as the wacky comedic stylings of Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca. While each membership card grants viewers access to either Monday- or Tuesday-night screenings, members may attend movies on their noncard showing night or pass membership cards to friends (with advance notice) for no extra charge if scheduling conflicts related to soccer practice, hair washing, or senate votes should arise.

2 Railroad Avenue
Greenwich,
CT
US

Opened in 1924, the Lafayette Theatre first ushered filmgoers into the swashbuckling world of the French Revolution with the silent classic Scaramouche. And the movie palace, which is appointed with a grandiose French and Italian Renaissance style, has remained a Suffern touchstone by introducing 3D technology, CinemaScope, and, in the late 1980s, the Mighty Wurlitzer pipe organ. These days, jaunty organ tunes precede Friday- and Saturday-night features inside the renovated, single-screen theater, which specializes in first-run Hollywood flicks and classic cinema. One of the "great places to revel in cinematic grandeur," according to USA Today, the 942-seat theater surrounds visitors with ornate touches like a crystal chandelier, a red velvet curtain, and opera booths sans distracting Muppets.

97 Lafayette Ave
Suffern,
NY
US

Once commonplace in American moviegoing, the revival house itself now needs a revival. Enter Rosebud Theatre, whose single screen is solely dedicated to the films of Hollywood?s Golden Age?the theater even draws its name from one such film, Citizen Kane?s famed sled. Built around a new theme each month, the theater?s programming ranges from classic musicals such as Yankee Doodle Dandy to foreign staples such as Jacques Tati?s inventive Mr. Hulot?s Holiday. The intimate 94-seat theater shows every movie digitally, which allows CGI dinosaurs to roam Charlie Chaplin?s movies just as he always intended.

316 Kinderkamack Road
Westwood,
NJ
US

Though now known as Westwood Cinema, the classic marquee that hangs above its front entrance still bears its original name: Pascack. It opened under this name in 1928 as a venue for film and vaudeville performances. The theater would survive the decline of vaudeville and adapt to the audience's interests, upgrading from a single screen to four, and ending the tradition of prefacing every screening by giving away war-era jobs. Now, the cinema fills those four screens with first-run Hollywood hits.

182 Center Avenue
Westwood,
NJ
US