Movies in Washington


The Magic Lantern: $16 for Two Movie Tickets, Two Sodas, and Two Bottomless Popcorns at The Magic Lantern ($26 Value)

$16 for Two Movie Tickets, Two Sodas, and Two Bottomless Popcorns at The Magic Lantern ($26 Value)

The Magic Lantern

Spokane

Cozy theater shows box office hits and new works by local filmmakers, which can be enjoyed with bottomless popcorn

$26 $16

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Edmonds Theater: Movie, Sodas, and Popcorn for Two or Four at Edmonds Theater (Up to 47% Off)

Movie, Sodas, and Popcorn for Two or Four at Edmonds Theater (Up to 47% Off)

Edmonds Theater

Downtown Edmonds

Single-screen movie theater screens one new release at a time in an old-fashioned auditorium with balcony seating and colorful murals

$30 $16

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Far Away Entertainment: Movie, Popcorn, and Soda for Two from Far Away Entertainment Theaters and Cinemas (Up to 48% Off)

Movie, Popcorn, and Soda for Two from Far Away Entertainment Theaters and Cinemas (Up to 48% Off)

Far Away Entertainment

Multiple Locations

At nine theaters, moviegoers can enjoy popcorn and soda while catching the latest Hollywood films, or foreign cinema

$35.25 $19

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Dealflicks: $13.99 for $20 Worth of Movie Tickets and Concessions at Coming Attractions and more from Dealflicks

$13.99 for $20 Worth of Movie Tickets and Concessions at Coming Attractions 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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North Bend Theatre: Movie and Large Popcorns for Two or Four at North Bend Theatre (Up to 36% Off)

Movie and Large Popcorns for Two or Four at North Bend Theatre (Up to 36% Off)

North Bend Theatre

North Bend Theater

Since its founding in 1941, the theater has delighted locals with daily showings of independent films as well as big-name blockbusters

$23.50 $16

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Central Cinema: $59 for a 10-Movie Punch Pass at Central Cinema ($90 Value)

$59 for a 10-Movie Punch Pass at Central Cinema ($90 Value)

Central Cinema

Seattle

Old favorites, cult classics, and foreign and indie films presented in a theater with full dine-in service and craft cocktails

$90 $59

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  • Columbia City Ale House
    Years spent living in England made their mark on Columbia City Ale House founder Jeff Eagan. The country's particular style of local pubs fascinated him, and when he returned to Seattle in 1991, he recruited chef Jeff Reich to help him re-create that atmosphere by founding the 74th Street Ale House, the first of their triad of Seattle ale houses. The pubs dedicated their taps to local craft beers in a decade where the streets mostly flowed with basic American brews, and caught attention for their beer selection and for a fierce dedication to fresh-prepared pub fare classified as "herbaceous and hot" by the Seattle Times. Eclectic menus regularly updated by chef and Seattle culinary veteran Kathy Christopher boast gumbo with made-from-scratch stock and a breaded-chicken sandwich with garlic oil that claims a Best Chicken Sandwich distinction from Seattle Weekly. Columbia City Ale House is the latest in their expanding endeavors, and shares with its siblings a dedication to craft brews and an upscale approach to pub fare. English and local beers flow from the 21 taps, half of which change regularly and include favorites such as Fullers' Extra Special Bitters and perennial winners from Fremont and Boundary Bay. On the menu, a grilled Reuben sandwich boasts corned beef braised in Blackthorn hard cider, and flat iron steak rubbed in ancho-chili powder and pepper stars in a southwest steak sandwich. A regular specials menu encourages culinary and libationary adventure with a recommended beer or wine pairing listed next to each dish. Inside the ale house, light shines through geometric stained-glass windows, bought from a demolished Greek Orthodox church. Squares of the same stained glass decorate the small upper level, and arches centered on a cross stand at the top of the bar. The space reflects the English pub feel with sturdy woods, a mirror emblazoned with an Old Bailey beer logo, and servers who impersonate the Queen Mother between shifts.
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    4914 Rainier Avenue South
    Seattle, WA US
  • Riverfront Park
    Sprawling across 100 acres in the verdant, picturesque Spokane Falls, Riverfront Park beckons with awe-inspiring visual and auditory wonders. SkyRide, constructed in 2006, invites visitors to survey the land from above, swooping across the Spokane River and past city hall, where they can wave to their favorite comptroller. Back on the ground, the historic Looff Carousel, built in 1909, whirls riders around on 54 horses, two Chinese-dragon chairs, one giraffe, and one tiger, and a tour train chugs through the park on a 30-minute narrated jaunt. Among other attractions, such as the Sculpture Walk and pony rides, Riverfront Park houses one of the largest indoor screens in the Pacific Northwest. Standing 53 feet high and stretching 69 feet wide, the screen is slightly taller than the average human and displays crystal-clear two-dimensional images, which are complemented by the sounds of a booming, wraparound surround-sound system.
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    507 N Howard St.
    Spokane, WA US
  • Blue Mouse Theatre
    By the Numbers: Blue Mouse Theatre 1923—the year of the Blue Mouse Theatre’s grand opening 420 seats 7 days a week to see the featured flick 4 dollar adult matinees and Tuesday night movies 3 dollar movies on Mondays 2 viewings of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” each month
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    2611 N Proctor St
    Tacoma, WA US
  • Cinetopia
    Each of Cinetopia's three locations adds a touch of luxury to the movie-watching experience, accenting stunning, lifelike projections of blockbusters with fine wine, a selection of local microbrews, fresh market-to-table cuisine, and plush, cozy seats. Along with grand auditoriums and living-room theaters, the Beaverton location houses two GXL theaters with massive 62-foot and 70-foot screens, 7.1 Meyer EXP sound, 4096p projection, and luxury seating. The Portland Tribune was impressed by the theater's "lighted boardwalk and fountain, colorful architectural design elements, and movie images dancing along windows." Films unreel onto super-high-definition, 30-foot screens in the exclusive parlor-room theaters, which pair Beaverton patrons' movie experience with a full in-theater restaurant service. The Vancouver Mall 23 location boasts four enormous GXL screens up to 80 feet with 4096p projection?four times the resolution of Blu-ray?and an exclusive immersive 64.2 channel Dolby ATMOS sound system. It also boasts five luxury-themed movie parlors, nine living rooms, and five grand auditoriums with steep stadium-style seating to help guests enjoy a clear view of the screen. The Mill Plain 8 location boasts five grand auditorium theaters, each equipped with 50-foot, 2048p screens. Rows of reclining seats ascend at a steep angle up the theater for unimpeded views, and ejection buttons allow audiences to escape the theater during too-scary shower scenes. The venue also houses three living-room theaters for patrons age 21 and older with plush seats, footrests, pillows, and waiters on hand. On an overhead balcony, live music performances fill these spaces before Friday and Saturday shows.
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    8500 Northeast Vancouver Mall Drive
    Vancouver, WA US
  • The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits
    For well-dressed American cuisine, dine at The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits. Low-fat is not a term The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits throws around but delicious is! Find time to peruse the wine list here — The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits offers a variety of drink options. Perfect for after-work outings, The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits' happy hour is hard to beat. For your next big bash, consider hosting at The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits, a great space for big groups with a private room to boot. Dance the night away while The Parlor - Billiards and Spirits' DJ spins the latest tunes. You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the restaurant can get noisy. Dress up for your night on the town so you can feel great while you eat great. The restaurant has catering services as well. Hand your keys to the valet driver, or pull into your own space in the neighboring lot. Street parking is also an option. Customers should be prepared to spend around $30, but more importantly, they should be prepared to enjoy a great meal.
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    700 Bellevue Way NE
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Davina & The Vagabonds
    With more than a century of bygone days tucked beneath its foundation, the Historic Everett Theatre is one of the oldest operating theatres in the state of Washington. Today, the nonprofit Everett Theatre Society owns and operates the cinema house, enriching the community through the preservation of film and screenings of celebrated features. From plush red seats, guests watch noir, horror, and cult classics, mouthing memorable lines and shaking their heads at Casablanca's CGI effects. To honor and further the impact of cinema, local expert Jon Noe introduces the film-noir showings, and Historic Everett Theatre hosts the occasional free-movie night.
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    2911 Colby Avenue
    Everett, WA US

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