Ticketed – Return to Jurassic Park for a Fourth of July extravaganza where dinosaurs and fireworks combine! The breathtaking classic will keep you on the edge of your seat. A visionary scientist creates a theme park utopia where genetically revived dinosaurs roam free. When a tropical storm causes a power meltdown, an expedition of experts must survive against evolution’s most dangerous predators. Starring Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill.
Ticketed – Have the time of your life at our 30th anniversary screening of DIRTY DANCING! The rip-roaring, hip-rattling dance classic comes to the cemetery, followed by a masterful firework spectacular on the holiday weekend. Daddys girl Baby (Jennifer Grey) catches a glimpse of bad boy dancer Johnny Castle (Patrick Swayze) practicing his moves in a Catskills resort. When Johnnys dance partner bows out of a forthcoming competition, Baby goes
Ticketed – Celebrate the legacy of Selena at our twentieth-anniversary screening at the historic Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The compelling story of a small girl from humble beginnings acheived genre-breaking super stardom. Sweet, charismatic and wildly talented, Selena’s story is at once inspiring, full of beauty and sad. Jennifer Lopez became a star in her role as Selena Quintanilla, and Edward James Olmos plays her father to perfection. Join our tribute
Ticketed – The thriller that still reigns as a tour de force, won the oscar for best screenplay and best supporting actor. A legendary crime lord who is the most feared man on the planet, ropes five criminals into a heist that could get them $65 million in drug money, if they can live to take it. But who is Keyser Söze? Gripping, hair-raising and downright thrilling, this beautifully crafted
Ticketed – Join us as we celebrate the life of Judy Garland on the occasion of the unveiling of her new resting place at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Starring the incomparable Judy Garland in her greatest role, The Wizard of Oz is the musical that embodies everything there is to love about classic Hollywood: fantasy, song, beautiful sets and a sixteen year old starlet who took motion pictures by storm! Dorothy
Ticketed – Wayne and Garth played by Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, the Saturday Night Live cult icons are perennial slackers in this classic comedy of headbangin’ pop culture. Twenty five years later, the hijinks are still hilarious as the metalheads leave their parents’ basement to take their public access show to the world. Rob Lowe stars as a villainous producer eager to steal Wayne’s girlfriend and dupe them out
Ticketed – Cher, a bubbly Beverly Hills high school student means to do good. When her social engineering turns to the new girl, a pretty but shy wallflower, things don’t turn out as planned. As she transforms lives around her, happiness always eludes Cher. Can she find love amidst all her good deeds? Upbeat, spunky and downright hilarious, the comedy classic from director Amy Heckerling is an all time favorite.
Ticketed – Hitchcock’s masterpiece was made at the peak of his career and is the perfect thriller. Roger Thornhill, a bustling ad man, is mistaken for an agent and kidnapped by a ring of spies with a sinister plan. With the help of an alluring and clever but mysterious woman on a train he goes on the run, evading both the deadly spies and the police as he tries to
Saturday May 27th 1 p.m. RSVP Corona Electric Beach w/ Autograf (On The Road to EDC LV) 1 p.m. Ticketed. Wicked Paradise feat. J.Phlip (Season Opener 2017) 1 p.m. RSVP Proper at the Hollywood Roosevelt 2 p.m. Ticketed Eat Drink Vegan at the Rosebowl 4 p.m. Ticketed. Los Angeles Dodgers vs Chicago Cubs 6:30 p.m. Ticketed. Cinespia Presents “North by Northwest” 8 p.m. RSVP B&O Play Presents Maison Futuro’s Chapter
Let’s face it – movies have become one of the cornerstones of American society. Especially in a city like Los Angeles, film is one of the factors that connect us through a thread. Watching a movie at home is fun. Going to see a movie projected in a theatre is an upgrade. However, seeing a movie projected at night in Hollywood Forever Cemetery, surrounded by a crowd of people is