The movies teach us a lot about life, demonstrating the importance of family, cautioning us against talking dolls, and teaching us where we can always find emergency exit locations. Experience cinematic sagacity with today’s Groupon to the Woody Allen Film Festival presented by Summerfield Cinemas. Choose from the following options:
- For $35 you get a festival package for one (an $83.75 total value) that includes:
- Access to screenings of five movies for one (a $10 value each)
One large popcorn per showing (a $6.75 value each)
- For $55 you get a festival package for two (a $133.75 total value) that includes:
- Access to screenings of five movies for two (a $20 value each)
- One large popcorn to share per showing (a $6.75 value each)
The festival begins on March 1 with screenings of Manhattan happening five times throughout the day. Customers should preselect the time they’d like to watch this first film in the series (subsequent showings of films will be selected at the theater after the initial screening). Choose from the following times for this initial screening:
- 12 p.m.
- 2 p.m.
- 5 p.m.
- 7 p.m.
- 9:15 p.m.
Summerfield Cinemas celebrates the works of award-winning filmmaker Woody Allen with its annual Woody Allen Film Festival, held at the independently owned Summerfield Cinemas. The month-long soiree kicks off March 1 with a screening of Manhattan, and continues each subsequent Thursday with showings of The Purple Rose of Cairo, Play It Again, Sam, Annie Hall, and Crimes and Misdemeanors airing five times throughout the day. During each flick, patrons slide into plush seats and affix fingers around handfuls of popcorn or the arm of a dateable stranger. Summerfield Cinemas regales patrons with auditorium seating and a sizable gourmet snack bar that serves classic cinema fare, over 10 popcorn salts and spices, water infused with fruit and cucumbers, locally-sourced snacks, and homemade cookies.
Roxy Stadium 11
The independently owned Roxy Stadium 11 regales patrons with the flickering pictures and digital sounds of the latest blockbusters and the sizable snack bar. A colorful lobby greets guests as they meander past towering pillars that stretch toward an arched ceiling swathed in neon lights and bold swaths of royal blue. Aisles of cushioned auditorium seats allow moviegoers to choose the spot closest to the screen or furthest from the person sobbing emphatically during coming attractions. High-tech projectors digitally unspool films in each theater, with RealD 3-D technology transmitting some flicks in three vibrant dimensions. To silence distracting mid-movie hunger pangs, staffers in the concessions area whip up fresh batches of Orville Redenbacher popcorn and Nathan's hot dogs alongside other traditional theater fare.