Flying Dog Movie Nights at the Weinberg

Flying Dog and the Weinberg are getting together to provide some movie/beer fun:

The Flying Dog Movie Series begins with a screening of Raising Arizona on September 28. The remaining films include:

  •  Big Trouble in Little China: October 26, 2011
  • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory: November 30, 2011
  • Blazing Saddles: January 25, 2012
  • Time Bandits: February 29, 2012
  • A Clockwork Orange: March 28, 2012
  • The Princess Bride: April 25, 2012
  • Jaws: June 27, 2012

Each film will begin at 7:30 pm and will be preceded by a Flying Dog happy hour in the Weinberg lobby beginning at 6:30 pm. Beer will then be sold throughout the show. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for seniors, students, and children.

That is basically a list of some of my favorite flicks. Tickets are available on the Weinberg site.


9 thoughts on “Flying Dog Movie Nights at the Weinberg

  1. Ei yi yi. Will there be a warning about the explicit sex and violence in “Clockwork….”???? That is no flick for the under 17 crowd. I had to watch it once in a Sci-Fi literature class where I was the oldest student in the room (35 at the time). I was horrifically embarrassed, and I’d seen it in the theater when it was new. You can’t compare the violence in this to something like “Jaws.” It’s a very very different thing.


  2. Went to the first one in the series and thought I’d report back.

    We got there at around 6:45 and were told when we tried to go in that they weren’t ready yet; they ended up opening the doors to the inner lobby (where the beer was being sold) around 7. So a 6:30 happy hour, not so much… Also while it was true that beer was available through the show, they were not allowing it into the theatre so while you could technically go out and drink in the lobby, you would be missing the movie. Most people arrived a few minutes before the start of the movie, ended up chugging a Flying Dog (half-off so $3 bottles, which was nice…) and going in, all in all not a really comfortable experience.

    Still I think we’ll go back, Raising Arizona was great on the big screen…


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