Watching a movie on the big screen makes audience members feel like they’re really there with the characters, especially during climactic popcorn-eating scenes. Chew and view with this GrouponLive deal.
$15 for Documentary Screening for Two of Superthief: Inside America's Biggest Bank Score, Plus Two Popcorns and Two Sodas ($30 Value)
On March 27, 1972, employees of the United California Bank in Orange County came into work and found that they couldn't open the vault. When a locksmith came to cut an access hole into the roof, he found one already there. Superthief: Inside America's Biggest Bank Score tells the tale of the man who put it there: Cleveland master burglar Phil Christopher. Based on firsthand interviews by Rick Porrello and produced by Tommy Reid (who first brought Porrello's work to the big screen with Kill the Irishman), Superthief chronicles how Christopher and his Collinswood crew executed a perfect plan and walked away with $30 million worth of cash, bonds, and jewels from the safe-deposit boxes of Orange County's wealthy—only to be undone by a common kitchen appliance. The documentary debuts on April 27.
Gateway Film Center
Gateway Film Center's glowing lights beckon moviegoers over for a viewing of an independent or commercial film, midnight screening of a cult classic, or a free showing of a popular television series, such as Mad Men, reformatted for the big screen. The theater's plush leather seats lovingly embrace audiences as they feast their eyes on digitally projected cinematic features and thwart thirst with fruity cocktails, frozen beverages, and soft drinks from the Martini Shot Bistro. The onsite eatery also supplements typical movie fare with gourmet sandwiches, sushi, and pizza, which are allowed into the theater and inside luggage checked by airport security. During Name Ten Trivia night, Gateway's own Quizmaster Squirrel tests guests' cinema and television knowledge before rewarding winners with movie tickets and other theater-related prizes.