Movies in Lebanon


$17 for Movie Night for 2 with Large Popcorns and Drinks at Bijou Art Cinemas or Bijou Metro ($36 Value)

Bijou Art Cinemas

Multiple Locations

Charming art-house theater serves up plenty of entertainment—along with draft beers and blended wines

$36 $17

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Date Night Movie Package with Tickets and Popcorn at David Minor Theater (Up to 42% Off)

David Minor Theater

David Minor Theater

New releases, classics, and cult films screened in two theaters with couches, recliners, food from local restaurants, and local tap beers

$15 $12

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Movie Tickets and Large Drinks for Two or Four at Joy Cinema and Pub (48% Off)

Joy Cinema and Pub

Joy Cinema and Pub

Retro-styled cinema showcases current Hollywood hits as viewers sip large sodas or pint glasses of microbrew

$20 $11

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$24 for "Still Crazy After 30 Years" Musical Review for Two by the Creators of "Hot Flashes" ($48 Value)

Stages of Life

Portland Metro Arts

Audiences enjoy an evening of whimsical musical theater with a review of some of the troupe’s best songs from the last 30 years

$48 $24

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Film-Event Admission for Two or Four at Sistah Sinema (50% Off)

Sistah Sinema

Portland

Monthly event showcases films by queer women of color and leads into a safe group discussion of the film and subject

$10 $5

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$20 for a Movie Package with Popcorn for Two at Cinema 21 ($23.50 Value)

Cinema 21

Cinema 21

Historic theater hosts pairs for a movie outing made complete with warm, buttery popcorn

$23.50 $20

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  • Capitol City Theater
    Capitol City Theater draws on deep local talent pools to provide a dynamic display of on-the-spot comedy for the smile-deprived masses. Each show lasts 90 minutes and features a family-friendly revue of improvised performance games. Acts draw on the suggestions of audience members, provided they promise not to suggest Millard Fillmore or seahorse mating rituals, the only two subjects scientifically proven to have no inherent comedic value. Though Capitol City comedy shows are always all-ages, beverages and alcohol-enhancing snacks are available. Today’s Groupon is also good for two adult drinks (up to $8 value); choose from beer, wine, soda, or surprisingly mature bottled water. There is one intermission during the hour-and-a-half show, so you’ll still be able to check stock quotes for your plucky cryogenics start-up.
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    189 Liberty St NE
    Salem, OR US
  • Cinebarre
    Cinebarre combines a slate of first-run movies with a courteous, alcohol-enhanced atmosphere and crave-worthy kitchen concoctions. The menu features items with movie-inspired names, allowing cinephiles to pick a dish that aligns with their preferred genre or favorite Bill Paxton performance. Take teeth to the made-from-scratch pizza playground with the Chicken Run, topped with grilled chicken, caramelized onions, cheese, and barbecue sauce ($13). The Blue Velvet Burger––ground in-house––piles a juicy half-pounder with blue cheese, buffalo hot sauce, burger toppings, and a kick of chipotle mayo ($10). Appetizers, such as Some Like It Hot Wings ($9) and Lord of the Onion Rings ($7), make arduous journeys to melt into a copious selection of wine and local craft beers, as well as mixed drinks, including the Lolita Margarita ($6).
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    501 Marion St NE
    Salem, OR US
  • Northern Lights Theatre Pub
    At Northern Lights Theatre Pub, audience members sip riesling and sink forks into chicken breasts as movie families sit down to dinner on the silver screen. Cinema-goers order their meals before sitting down to watch second-run flicks, letting waiters ferry their pulled-pork burritos or Angus burgers right to their seats so they don’t miss a screen couple’s passionate first kiss, tender final embrace, or heartwarming jump from an exploding helicopter. In addition to finger foods, the chefs take their fare up a notch by layering personal pizzas with housemade sauce, sprinkling parmesan cheese and squeezing lemon juice over chicken breasts, and piling pineapple atop their banana splits. Before evening films light up the theaters, Northern Lights’ full-service bar kicks into gear, leading to age restrictions so that moviegoers can freely sip on-tap beers such as Blue Moon and Gilgamesh Mamba or wash down bites with chardonnay and shiraz. In addition to screening blockbuster movies, the theater pub’s three auditoriums occasionally show sports or host live shows such as standup comedy.
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    3893 Commercial St. SE
    Salem, OR US
  • David Minor Theater
    David Minor Theater?s two large projection screens broadcast new releases, classics, and cult films, but there's just as much appeal happening off-screen. One example: the front row of Theater One, where a long spread of plush couches stands in for typical movie seats. Then, of course, there?s The Livingroom Theater, an aptly named 16-person screening room outfitted with recliners, couches, and state-of-the-art sound. Other creature comforts abound. The theater serves apps and entrees from local restaurants such as Caf? Lucky Noodle, The Jackalope Lounge, and Granary Pizza, not to mention local and seasonal beers from Ninkasi and Hop Valley, all of which guests can enjoy inside the theater during the show. Moveable tables at the end of the aisles also make eating or folding laundry during films a breeze. Moviegoers can even text their food or drink order to a special number and have it brought to them so they don't miss any of the film.
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    180 E 5th Ave.
    Eugene, OR US
  • Bijou Art Cinema
    Bijou Art Cinemas has been bringing indie films, foreign flicks, and time-honored classics to Eugene for nearly four decades, and there's no sign that the charming art-house theater will be stopping any time soon. Housing two screens inside a historic church built in the 1920s, the theater (along with its sister cinema, Bijou Metro) specializes in hard-to-find gems that sometimes get overlooked by massive multiplexes. Occasionally, the theater even hosts special guest appearances by the likes of cartoonist Bill Plympton and ghost Charlie Chaplin.
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    492 East 13th Avenue
    Eugene, OR US
  • Joy Cinema and Pub
    At first blush, Joy Cinema and Pub bears a striking resemblance to classic movie theaters with its intimate lobby, marquee surrounded by neon lights, and 1950s-style cartoon mural behind its concessions stand. However, this cinema differentiates itself from its forebears with a schedule of newly released Hollywood hits, generous pours of frothy microbrews, and occasional 3D features. Evening shows are "minor with parent" unless otherwise specified.
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    11959 SW Pacific Hwy
    Tigard, OR US

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