brooklyn girls living the fabulous life on a shoestring.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Movies vs. Meals
Hello fellow penny pinchers. Living in New York City, you have a never ending supply of things to stimulate the mind, body, and soul. Museums, shopping, restaurants, movies; but who can afford to actually enjoy these things?
At $12+ a ticket, our movie dates are few and far between. Rather than battling with "Do I want to see Harry Potter or eat for the next 2 weeks?" why not take advantage of the numerous free movie screenings this summer? With our free movie screening schedule, you can see all your favorite flicks without spending a dime.
Mondays at Bryant Park (a personal fav)
Movies start around 8pm, but get there early! The lawn opens at 5pm and if this week's screening of Harold and aude was any indication, it gets crowded. Bring a cheap picnic, or hit up Crumbs for yummy cupcakes. Tap into your old skool film lover with these vintage movies.
July 27 - The Defiant Ones 
August 3 - Kramer vs. Kramer 
August 10 - The Magnificent Seven 
August 17 - Close Encounters of the Third Kind 
Wednesdays at Pier 54 [W 14th St/Hudson River]
Movies begin between 8 and 8:30. This years theme is "I Know What You Saw Last Summer," featuring box office hits from Summer '08. Who doesn't love a mini-throwback?
July 22 - The Dark Knight
July 29 - Hancock
August 5 - Tropic Thunder
August 12 - Sex and the City: The Movie
August 19 - Pineapple Express
Wednesdays at Riverside Park South [W 70th/Hudson River]
Bring your own popcorn and enjoy these movies under the stars, screenings begin at 8.
July 22 - Dinner at Eight
July 29 - The Out-of-Towners
August 5 - Drums Along the Mohawk
August 12 - Sweet Smell of Success
Thursdays at the Brooklyn Bridge Park
This Summer's theme is "Stolen Summer," featuring films about capers, thrillers, and heists. All you Brooklynites, this is for you! Get there at 6 to enjoy a free concert before the screening at 8. Double the free, double the fun.
July 23 - Paper Moon
July 30 - To Catch a Thief
August 6 - The Return of the Pink Panther
August 13 - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
August 20 - Catch Me If You Can
August 27 - Edward Scissorhands
Fridays at Pier 46 [Charles St/Hudson River]
Again, Movies begin between 8 and 8:30. Get in touch with your inner child, wear a cute sundress, and enjoy these kids movies, all summer long. We love the pier in the summertime.
July 24 - Ghostbusters
July 31 - Star Wars: The Clone Wars
August 7 - Muppet Movie
August 14 - Madagascar 2: Escape 2 Africa
August 21 - Curious George
Central Park Film Festival at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park [at 69th St]
Gates open at 6. This year's theme is "Be Cool" featuring actors and actresses that epitomize the definition of cool.
Tuesday August 18 - Shaft
Wednesday August 19 - Ocean's 11
Thursday August 20 - Sex and the City: The Movie
Friday August 21 - Twilight
Saturday August 22 - Viewer's Choice! Go to www.7online.com to vote now through August 15. Your choices are"
Men in Black
Desperately Seeking Susan (one of our personal favs, what's not to like about madonna and a case of mistaken identity? check out her fierce outfits in this film!)
Get out there and see some movies! Expand your film knowledge without expanding your debt.