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MCL Chicago: $25 for Two Tickets to VAMP: A Music Comedy Drinking Show at MCL Chicago ($41 Value)

$25 for Two Tickets to VAMP: A Music Comedy Drinking Show at MCL Chicago ($41 Value)

MCL Chicago

Lakeview

This twice-weekly, interactive musical comedy show features short-form improv in the style of “Whose Line is it Anyway”; shows are BYOB

$41 $25

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The Harper Theater: Movie and Popcorn for Two or Four with Sodas or Well Drinks at The Harper Theater (Up to 41% Off). Four Options.

Movie and Popcorn for Two or Four with Sodas or Well Drinks at The Harper Theater (Up to 41% Off). Four Options.

The Harper Theater

Hyde Park

Renovated historical theater screens blockbuster films in high-def digital projection

$35.50 $22

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The New 400 Theater: Movie for Two or Four with Popcorn and Drinks at The New 400 Theater (Up to 39% Off). Four Options Available.

Movie for Two or Four with Popcorn and Drinks at The New 400 Theater (Up to 39% Off). Four Options Available.

The New 400 Theater

Rogers Park

Four screens in a renovated 1912 vaudeville venue show first-run blockbusters as patrons sip soda or well drinks

$34.50 $22

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Village of Bensenville: Movie with Popcorn and Drinks for Two or Four at Bensenville Theatre (Up to 45% Off)

Movie with Popcorn and Drinks for Two or Four at Bensenville Theatre (Up to 45% Off)

Village of Bensenville

Bensenville

Guests grab buckets of popcorn and large sodas before heading into intimate twin theaters to view recent releases

$20 $12

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Studio Movie Grill: $5 for a Movie Ticket at Studio Movie Grill ($10.75 Value)

$5 for a Movie Ticket at Studio Movie Grill ($10.75 Value)

Studio Movie Grill

Wheaton

A wide selection of new releases and cult classics is projected on towering screens as viewers watch from leather recliners and tables

$10.75 $5

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Cascade Drive-In: $13 for Movie and Popcorn for Two at Cascade Drive-In ($24.50 Value)

$13 for Movie and Popcorn for Two at Cascade Drive-In ($24.50 Value)

Cascade Drive-In

West Chicago

The double features of first-run flicks pair with the audio from an FM station or in-car speakers as attendees dig into the popcorn

$24.50 $13

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  • Facets Cinematheque
    A nonprofit theater helmed by passionate cinephiles, Facets Cinematheque instills a love of film in its youngest moviegoers through its groundbreaking children's programs. Since establishing their first children's film exhibition series in 1975, the theater's stewards have branched out into education and outreach, introducing students to positive films and the inspiring stories behind them through channels including family film events, in-school screenings, and the Facets Kids Film Camp. They also oversee the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, which presents hundreds of films from around the globe during its annual autumn run. Though the festival caters to its smallest attendees, its scope is impressively large; welcoming over 20,000 attendees each year, the festival often offers the first screenings of award-winning fare, such as recent Academy Award winner The Fantastic Flying Books Of Mr. Morris Lessmore. In addition to their children's programming, the theater also lights up its silver screen with indie films, award winners, foreign flicks, and documentaries. Celluloid-caretakers curate a collection of reels that seldom see screenings elsewhere in Chicago, frequently enjoying their city debut within the intimate 125-seat theater. Occasionally, production-team members or film experts join audiences immediately following the show for Q&A sessions—known as film dialogues—taking questions, exploring themes, and providing tips for removing stubborn popcorn kernels from teeth. Upcoming films can be found on Facets’ website. Eyeballs absorb moving pictures thanks to the dual capabilities of Facets’ projection system, which handles digital and 35 mm films with equal aplomb. While the ephemeral stories fill brains with new ideas, soda and popcorn—acquirable at the old-fashioned concession stand—fill mouths with flavors that have defined every classic moviegoing experience since Orson Welles first invented the snack.
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    1517 W Fullerton Ave.
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    At the heart of the MSI’s new permanent exhibit, Numbers in Nature, is a 1,800-square-foot maze of mirrors. Set in equilateral triangles, these mirrors hammer home a dizzying lesson: patterns exist everywhere in nature, from the spirals of a sunflower to the fractal branching of a leaf. But this museum goes beyond nature, too. It also celebrates humanity’s technological achievements in the worlds of aeronautics, space exploration, and even meteorology—all with a hands-on focus.
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  • Gene Siskel Film Center
    The Gene Siskel Film Center is as famous to Chicago film-lovers as its namesake TV film critic has been to national audiences. As the Loop's only movie house, it draws crowds with an eclectic mix of programming rather than with blockbusters and violent popcorn battles. The Film Center has been around under the umbrella of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago since 1972, and its curators are devoted to the art of cinema at least as much as the business. A typical weekend night might offer a documentary, a concert film, a foreign classic, and an innovative modern drama—maybe even a world premiere or a guest artist appearance. The theaters themselves make it easy to be sucked into the screen, with ultra-plush stadium-style seats, a cafe that serves wine and espresso in addition to traditional concessions, and capacity for 16mm, 35mm, and digital projections. According to Chicagoist, it's not simply a pleasant moviegoing experience—"point-for-point, the Siskel is the finest place to catch a movie in Chicago."
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