Before modern cinema, the term motion picture referred to tossing children’s artwork out the window. Hold on to your finger paintings with today’s deal to Montgomery Royal Theater in Silver Spring, Maryland. Choose from the following options:
- For $7, you get a movie outing for one (up to a $14 total value), which includes:
- One ticket (up to a $9.75 value)
A small popcorn or small soda (a $4.25 value)<p>
- For $10, you get a movie outing for two (up to a $23.75 total value), which includes:
- Two tickets (up to a $9.75 value each)
A small popcorn (a $4.25 value)<p>
- For $79, you get six months of unlimited movie screenings with a Royalty Membership Card (up to a $1,755 value). Groupon customers may use the cards unlimited times each day.<p>
At Montgomery Royal Theater, six screens beam larger-than-life stars into the eyes of moviegoers during showings of recently released flicks and Hollywood blockbusters. This Valentine’s Day season, after exchanging smooches, cards, and swirlies, couples can sink into the theater’s plush, cushioned seats to absorb the sights and sounds of action-packed reels. Small buckets of popcorn accompany treks into the fantastical worlds of first-run films, including Man on a Ledge, which captivates thrill-seekers with a tense tale about a con’s lofty cover-up for a diamond heist. Other new releases include The Descendants, the Oscar-nominated film starring George Clooney, and Red Tails, a George Lucas–produced historical film about an all-black World War II fighter-pilot squad joined by a pratfalling Gungan.
Montgomery Royal Theater
At Montgomery Royal Theater, six screens beam larger-than-life stars into the eyes of moviegoers during showings of recently released flicks and Hollywood blockbusters. Viewers can sink into the theater's plush, cushioned seats to absorb action-packed reels that showcase the twists of budding romance or the dire consequences of resurrecting an extinct flower’s DNA. The theater’s concession stand outfits viewers with buckets of popcorn and cups brimming with soda, providing the appropriate rations to accompany treks into the fantastical worlds of first-run films.