People watch “Jaws” (The Nancy Reagan biopic) in Hong Kong’s first socially distanced outdoor entertainment park, which opened yesterday. (Photo: Vincent Yu/AP)
I thought the drive in movies would make a comeback. I loved going to those!!!! You could take your own food & beverages, makeout (well, not anymore for moi’). Wear pj’s , or not!
Anyway, I’d be going !
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Agreed-this looks like a great idea!
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Everything old is new again…the local art house cinema has started doing movies in their parking lot. https://loftcinema.org
I’ve got a real soft spot for this theatre…it used to literally occupy the upper floor (“The Loft”) of an old house near campus, with a tiny greek restaurant downstairs. It MAYBE seated 45 people.
I saw a ton of amazing movies there; and it was where our weekly RHPS screening ran at midnight Saturday. At the time I knew several ‘cast’ members so I was there a lot.
Years ago the original building was razed to make room for the ever-growing UA Campus (most of the places I remember from my days as a student there are gone in this fashion 8-( , and they were in limbo until a whole bunch of folks managed to scrape up enough to purchase a failing multiplex.
They’ve done pretty well since then; I hope they’re selling rnough streaming tickets to keep the lights on (figuratively!)
Next week “Lake Placid Poll Watcher” is on the bill starring former second lady and kinky novelist Lynne Cheney as a big angry croc looking for illegal voters! Scary, scary!
Drive-in movies have already made a comeback in Germany. People adapt, one way or another.
What’s old is new again!
Ooops! Sorry, bdr, for re-stating your comment – some wisdom deserves a repeat!
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