The Eagle Theatre’s $2 Tuesdays series continues in 2022 with some of the best films to date!
The Events/Theatre Staff gave us some tips on how to choose the best seat in the house. Choosing your seat is the most important part of watching a movie, but it varies depending on what you love most about a film.
- Love hearing the clear but subtle background sounds of a scene like a train whistle or footsteps? Sit at the back of the house closest to the surround-sound speakers and feel the rumble in your feet.
- Want to be transported into the movie and feel like the characters are speaking directly to you? The front row is calling your name.
- Have an eye for detail? Sit in the balcony to soak in the full screen while surrounded by the theatre’s art deco design.
“Bridget Jones’s Diary” (R): Bridget Jones is determined to improve herself while she looks for love in a year in which she keeps a personal diary.
“The Help” (PG-13): An aspiring author during the civil rights movement of the 1960s decides to write a book detailing the African American maids’ point of view on the white families for which they work, and the hardships they go through on a daily basis.
“Knives Out” (PG-13): A detective investigates the death of a patriarch of an eccentric, combative family.
“WALL-E” (G): In the distant future, a small waste-collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind.
MAY – NO MOVIE THIS MONTH
“Jungle Cruise” (PG-13): Based on Disneyland’s theme park ride where a small riverboat takes a group of travelers through a jungle filled with dangerous animals and reptiles but with a supernatural element.
“Cruella” (PG-13): A live-action prequel feature film following a young Cruella de Vil.
“Soul” (PG): After landing the gig of a lifetime, a New York jazz pianist suddenly finds himself trapped in a strange land between Earth and the afterlife.
“The Phantom of the Opera” (PG-13): A young soprano becomes the obsession of a disfigured and murderous musical genius who lives beneath the Paris Opéra House.
“Monster House” (PG): Three teens discover that their neighbor’s house is really a living, breathing, scary monster.
“The Wizard of Oz” (G): Young Dorothy Gale and her dog are swept away by a tornado from their Kansas farm to the magical Land of Oz, and embark on a quest with three new friends to see the Wizard, who can return her to her home and fulfill the others’ wishes.
“The Santa Clause” (PG): When a man inadvertently makes Santa fall off of his roof on Christmas Eve, he finds himself magically recruited to take his place.