Happy Back to School Days to everyone attending some sort of school or college!
Becky's has nine college students employed this season who are headed to college this week. They will be missed! They all did a great job working at the drive in this year. Hopefully, they will work as hard at college as they did for us this season.
Showing this weekend, Friday through Sunday, August 22nd through 24th, the gates open at 7 pm on Friday, 6 pm on Saturday, and 7 pm on Sunday.
8:15 pm - "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" - rated PG13.
10:15 pm - "Guardians of the Galaxy" - rated PG13
8:10 pm - "The Expendables 3" - rated PG13
10:25 pm - "Into the Storm" - rated PG13
With much planning and patience from our film booker, Bob Milgram, we have the list of movies for our Dusk 'til Dawn Marathon - Two Big Nights! Sat August 30th and Sunday August 31st.
8:00 pm - "How to Train Your Dragon 2" - rated PG
"Godzilla" - rated PG13
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" - rated PG13
"Sex Tape" rated R
"Deliver Us From Evil" - rated R
8:05 pm "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" - rated PG13
"Guardians of the Galaxy" - rated PG13
"Let's Be Cops" - rated R
Admission for both nights/both screens will be: $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children 3 to 12 years old.
Gates open at 5:30 pm both nights. Sorry, no passes/coupons/specials will be honored during our Dusk 'til Dawn Marathon.
Remember, if you decide to sit out on your chairs, blankets, or small tents, you can only take up one space. You must put your emergency brakes on and sit in front of your vehicles. Please park as close to the next vehicle as possible.
We will have portable radios available to rent for $2.00, but we only have a limited amount to rent out. Current photo ID is required to hold until the radio is returned. The radios are available in our projection booth at Screen 1. It might be a good idea to bring along your own portable radio, just in case we run out.
Congratulations go out to: Sheila Eddings, who was the 63rd email with last week's trivia contest. Sheila's favorite Robin Williams movie was: "Awakenings". I received many emails from people saying how much Robin Williams meant to them. I hope he realized how much everyone loved him. Some other favorite movies were: "Dead Poets Society", "Good Morning, Vietnam", "Good Will Hunting", "Hook", "Aladdin" and "Happy Feet", but he will always be remembered as "Mork".
This week's trivia question will be: As of 2014, who is the only actor in film history to win the Academy Award for Best Actor three times? The 120th correct email will win two passes to use sometime in the future at Becky's. Good luck! Remember, only one email per household.
See you under the stars at Becky's!
Movies are more fun at Becky's!