When was the last time you went to a movie theater without children to see an adult picture? Have you had a chance to see the new movie, Lincoln Lawyers or is Rango, the only movie you have seen lately?
Movies are a great way to escape to another world, get lost in a story or live vicariously through someone else. You could rent, but going there gets you out of the house. Whether you go alone, with a friend or a husband, just find a time when your children will be over a friend’s house or when grandma insists she takes the children for a couple of hours.
If you are concerned about the high cost of a ticket when renting is more economical, then here’s a great DEAL. On Tuesdays, you can go to the Showcase Cinemas Woburn, at junction of routes 38 and 128, for only $6. That low price is for all afternoon and evening performances, even 3-D films.
Don't worry if you can’t get out on Tuesdays, because every other day, all shows before 6 p.m. are only $8. After 6 p.m, the price increases to $10.50. 3-D movies unfortunately are $12.50 before 6 p.m. and go up to $15. Ouch!
The movies, showtimes and prices are listed on the National Amusements website. You can buy online, but you pay $1 more per ticket.
Starting Friday, the movies playing will be: Battle Los Angeles, Beastly, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Gnomeo and Juliet 3-D, Hall Pass, Just Go With It, Limitless, Mars Needs Moms 3-D, Paul, Rango, Red Riding Hood, Sucker Punch, The Adjustment Bureau, The King's Speech and The Lincoln Lawyer.