Movie Tickets Are $4 This Sunday For National Cinema Day

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Did you miss out on any movie this summer? This weekend is the perfect time to watch them all because movies will only cost you $4 in honor of National Cinema Day!

The Cinema Foundation announced earlier this week that it's bringing back the holiday this Sunday (August 27th) and more than 3,000 movie theaters will be making every movie just $4 to see. The price even applies to special screenings of films like seeing Blue Beetle in IMAX or Oppenheimer in 70mm.

Other films you could see this weekend include: Barbie, Gran Turismo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, and Strays, but your mileage may vary based on what movies your local theater is actually screening.

Last year over eight million people went to theaters to celebrate National Cinema Day and you can most likely expect more people to attend this year with ALL the movies that came out this summer alone.

You can go HERE to see what movies and theaters are honoring the price on Sunday!


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