Hey, we get it – Los Angeles is a big city. Not only are there endless opportunities for coffee stops, beach visits, and celebrity sightings, but the metropolis also boasts an absolutely massive catalogue of events. Even on a daily basis, the list of things to do can certainly seem a little overwhelming at times. Somewhere, among the hazy smog that engulfs the city, lies a hotbed of culture and
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
Ticketed– Audrey Hepburn stars as the elfin Sabrina, the innocent and beautiful daughter of a chauffeur in a Long Island mansion. When the playboy son of the manor chases her, it’s a dream come true, but sometimes the right man is right under your nose. Hilarious, romantic and touching comedy from the director of Some Like It Hot. The chic mansion parties on summer nights, the elegant glamour of 50s
Ticketed– The magic of Jim Henson springs to life in the beloved comedy. Kermit the Frog travels from a swamp in the south all the way to Hollywood as he dreams big with a few friends. Raucous, hilarious fun with some of comedy’s greatest, Mel Brooks, Steve Martin, Madeline Kahn, Richard Pryor and so many others. Miss Piggy, Gonzo, the Electric Mayhem Band and some of our other best friends
Ticketed– Tarantino’s action epic shown in it’s entirety. The director’s fourth film burns up the screen and has become a cult classic. Uma Thurman gets her revenge in this sprawling thrill ride with samurai choreography, high flying kung fu stunts and rocking 60s music. Also starring Daryl Hannah, Lucy Liu, Viveca Fox and Sonny Chiba. Join us for the whole bloody affair, there’s nothing quite like it.
Ticketed– Summer fun returns with this nostalgic look back at happy childhood days. The new kid in the neighborhood is taken under the wing of a baseball prodigy in this coming of age tale. Their adventures with the prettiest girl in town, and the meanest dog around, will leave you laughing and cheering this 90s classic about the summer you never forget.
Ticketed– Fourth of July Weekend! Celebrate the holiday weekend, picnic on the grass at sunset, watch GREASE under the stars, then see a professional fireworks show after the movie! Join the gang at Rydell High as they sing, dance and kiss their way into your heart. Bring blankets, pillows and picnic dinner for this very special one night only event.
Ticketed– The Coen brothers first big hit is a delirious comedy with a sweet sensibility and zooming camera moves, putting them on the map as the most exciting new filmmakers of the 80s. Cage is at his best as the hapless and harmless robber, and Holly Hunter the policewoman who loves him. When they borrow one of a set of quintuplet, they start a chain reaction where everyone, police and
Ticketed – Join us for this super rare screening of Dawn of the Dead (1978) with full bars, DJs spinning horror soundtracks, a themed photobooth and some terrifying surprises Cinespia style. The Million Dollar Theatre in downtown L.A. is the oldest of our movie palaces (1918) and by far the most haunted!
Ticketed – Dia de Los Muertos attire strongly encouraged – Come dressed in your finest Calaca apparel. Spend an eventful day relaxing and watching the evening stars appear as the cemetery comes to life with joyful celebrations. Enjoy fine Mexican cuisine and a wide spectrum of Day of the Dead arts and crafts available for purchase.