Movies in Middle Valley


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  • Chattanooga Theatre Center
    Groupon holders will be seated in the theater?s center section, but seats are not assigned until the house is opened for seating on the evening of the performance.
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    400 River St
    Chattanooga, TN US
  • Packard's Games & Movies
    Packard?s Games and Movies fuels friendly competition and hours of virtual entertainment with an eclectic abundance of gently used media. Gamers can fire up current consoles with a collection of used games, such as Halo 3 ($9.99) and Fable II ($7.99), which carry the ghosts of past triumphs to challenge their new owners. Those yearning for pixels of the past can dive into a rich selection of retro games ($2.99+) for vintage systems including Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Guide virtual superheroes as they jump across flames and elude persistent tax collectors with controllers for the Playstation 2 ($9.99+), Super Nintendo ($9.99+) or the Nintendo 64 ($12.99?$19.99). Stacks of previewed DVDs ($4.99) and Blu-rays ($8.99+) provide ample fodder for future movie nights. Each store has a slightly different selection, so call ahead for specific inquiries or simply browse through the cartridge- and disc-packed aisles in person.
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    1130 Oak Ridge Turnpike
    Oak Ridge, TN US
  • Regal Cinemas
    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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    7132 Regal Ln
    Knoxville, TN US
  • Carmike Wynnsong 16
    The Emerging Cinemas network presents world-class performing arts, recorded on-scene at internationally recognized theaters and splashes them across the big screen before popcorn-chomping American audiences. Copp?lia, choreographed by Patrice Bart, is a comic tale that follows the en pointe follies of a lovesick villager whose fianc?e must compete with a life-like dancing automaton to win his affections. Composed by Mozart, The Magic Flute, a two-act opera with both dialogue and singing, tells the story of young prince Tamino and his love interest, Pamina, as they struggle through a series of fantastical trials and stress-induced cupcake binges to realize their union.
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    200 N Peters Rd
    Knoxville, TN US
  • Knoxville Horror Film Fest
    Not content to only screen their bone-chilling flicks on Halloween weekend, Knoxville Horror Film Fest rolls out a variety of horror features and shorts throughout September and October to ready moviegoers for the spooky holiday. The festival proudly celebrates the bad as well as the good. Besides doling out bloodcurdling awards such as Best Gore Effects and Best Curdled Blood, the judges name one lucky piece of celluloid Weirdest Film, a distinction won by the oddly titled Thank You Jesus! in 2011. Throughout the year, filmmakers can submit their work in hopes that it will be shown in the company of high-profile releases such as the plasma-splattered AnnaLynne McCord vehicle Excision and the long-awaited adaptation of David Wong’s John Dies at the End, both of which are being shown at the 2012 KHFF.
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    1208 N Central St.
    Knoxville, TN US
  • Studio Movie Grill
    The plush seating of Studio Movie Grill?s luxurious theater cradles moviegoers' forms as eyes and ears feast on new releases and mouths enjoy a bountiful menu of during-the-movie dinner options. Blocks bust as new releases such as Real Steel (opening October 7) and Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 (opening November 18) settle into projectors, providing fresh celluloid entertainment for audiences and drawing cat calls from retired reel-to-reels. Slurping a frosty beverage, flick followers can absorb the projection-booth glow as the explosions and rollerblade chase scenes of new releases light up the big screen, or take in a selection of alternate programming, reclaiming youth with a children?s movie, skipping school for a documentary, or practicing operatic shushing during a live streaming classical concert.
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    2880 Holcomb Bridge Rd
    Alpharetta, GA US

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