Movies rank up there – maybe just below baseball and apple pie – as an all-American pastime, and here in Three Village, there are multiple ways to indulge.
Stony Brook's multiplex, of course, might be the first place you think of. The , where a regular adult ticket is $11 and a children's ticket is $8, features 17 screens including IMAX and 3D screens. Here you'll find all the latest blockbusters, like the saga and
For a slightly less mainstream film selection, you may want to check out the , which features one Friday night of movies each month. This coming Friday, for instance, you can catch screenings of All Good Things at 7 p.m. and Night Catches Us at 9:15 p.m. Staller charges $8 for regular admission and $6 for senior citizens. We dare you to make it a double feature throwback of sorts and watch both in one night.
The ultimate movie buff won't want to miss the annual , set for July 21-30 this summer.
Perhaps the best deal in town is the free afternoon matinee series at , which will feature the film Get Low on April 15 at 2 pm. in the library's community room.
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