Movies in Chicago


Dealflicks: $13.99 for $20 Worth of Movie Tickets and Concessions at New 400 Theatres and more from Dealflicks

$13.99 for $20 Worth of Movie Tickets and Concessions at New 400 Theatres and more from Dealflicks

Dealflicks

Multiple Locations

Guests enjoy $20 worth of Dealbucks, which they can use to buy movie tickets and concessions at multiple theaters on Dealflicks.com

$20 $13.99

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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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Logan Theatre: $12 for a Movie for Two with Popcorn at The Logan Theatre ($20.50 Value)

$12 for a Movie for Two with Popcorn at The Logan Theatre ($20.50 Value)

Logan Theatre

The Logan Theatre

Historic theater features current releases and classic films

$20.50 $12

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Navy Pier IMAX: $29 for an IMAX Movie for Two with Popcorn and Sodas at Navy Pier IMAX (Up to $52.75 Value)

$29 for an IMAX Movie for Two with Popcorn and Sodas at Navy Pier IMAX (Up to $52.75 Value)

Navy Pier IMAX

Streeterville

New releases and visually stunning documentaries take over the screen with crisp imagery and surround sound

$52.75 $29

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The New 400 Theater: Movie for Two or Four with Popcorn and Drinks at The New 400 Theater (Up to 46% Off). Four Options Available.

Movie for Two or Four with Popcorn and Drinks at The New 400 Theater (Up to 46% 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 $20

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Planetary Society: "Lights, Camera, Science! Movie Night" at Adler Planetarium on Friday, May 22 (Up to 50% Off)

"Lights, Camera, Science! Movie Night" at Adler Planetarium on Friday, May 22 (Up to 50% Off)

Planetary Society

Adler Planetarium - Johnson Sky Theatre

Screening of notorious flop Mission to Mars, followed by talk-back with former NASA flight controller and fellow experts

$25 $12.50

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  • The Music Box Theatre
    An ornate relic of Chicago's 1920s movie houses, The Music Box Theatre floods its screens with a rotating lineup of cult classics and the latest indie and foreign art films. The theater also provides patrons with a newly unveiled selection of wine and craft beers. Occasionally punctuated by live organ music, the main auditorium evokes an Italian courtyard beneath a cloudy midnight sky. The theater's original manager, Whitey, is said to haunt its aisles, watching over his legacy and hoping to finally catch Rocky's ending.
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    3733 N Southport Ave.
    Chicago, IL US
  • Bijou Theater
    Looking for a vicarious filmic experience? The theater at Bijou Theater in Chicago lets you live the drama of your favorite movies. Say hello to a great evening with your family while watching the great movies at Bijou Theater's drive-in theater. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1349 N Wells St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Regal Webster Place 11
    Regal Cinemas Webster Place 11, part of Regal Entertainment Group's 6,653-screen family, enchants movie-goers of all ages with its wide selection of cinematic offerings. Films range from summer blockbusters and family films to special broadcasts from The Met, The Globe Theatre, and the White House’s crawlspace.
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    1471 W Webster Ave
    Chicago, IL US
  • River North Dance Co.
    Whether it's on film or digital, River North Dance Co. has all the latest movies in Chicago. Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this theater's restaurant for high-class food. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1016 N Dearborn St
    Chicago, IL US
  • Chicago Community Cinema
    Runners belong to a community all their own and, in Chicago, the friendly member of Chicago MultiSport act as that community's welcoming committee. Whether they're gearing up for their first 5K or plotting a victory in their latest marathon, runners can hone speed, endurance, and technique through the organization's classes and group running sessions. During these meetups, athletes learn the best ways to prepare in the weeks leading up to their event, and gain deeper insight into getting the most out of their bodies in a healthy, injury-free manner. Chicago MultiSport’s coach, Ray Pelelas, is a wellspring of running and fitness advice. In addition to a stint as the Health and Fitness columnist for the Chicago Daily Herald, during which he penned some 170 articles on exercise, nutrition, and general health, he’s also a licensed kinesiotherapist, certified massage therapist, and a USA Triathlon Level I coach. Pelelas backs up his professional titles with a long resumé of personal triumphs, having participated in nine Ironman races and more than 20 marathons and ultramarathons.
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    401 W Ontario St
    Chicago, IL US
  • The Logan Theatre
    In 1915, a single movie screen flickered to life in Logan Square. The Paramount Theatre was a showcase for cinema's earliest years, and like the movie industry itself, the business transformed and evolved over the following decades. Known as The Logan Theatre since the 1920s, the space has come a long ways since its debut—the modernized venue now boasts multiple screens, new comfortable seats, digital projectors, and a DOLBY sound system. But contemporary advancements don't mean that the building neglects nostalgia. A restored stained glass arch crowns the entrance, as does a classic marquee; inside, refurbished marble walls and Deco-influenced art hearken back to the dawn of Hollywood, when everything was super shiny. Likewise, the screens regularly show classic films alongside current releases. Aside from movies, The Logan Theatre hosts special events including comedy and trivia nights.
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    2646 N Milwaukee Ave.
    Chicago, IL US

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