Ticketed – Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the radiant and stylish love story that made Audrey Hepburn into Hollywood’s favorite Valentine! Fall in love with this classic all over again in the Los Angeles Theatre, a fairy-tale movie palace with crystal chandeliers, golden angels and opulent decor. A modern-day European princess escapes the castle in order to experience the romance of Rome on her own terms. Princess Ann travels in disguise
Ticketed – This year Cinespia is having a pajama party with Macaulay Culkin. Starring as know-it-all kid Kevin McCallister, he lives the childhood dream when he wakes up to find his family has vanished. Accidentally left behind from the family trip, Kevin lives it up with endless junk food, his brother Buzz’s secret stash and all the naughty movies he can handle.
Ticketed – One of the most ambitious and brilliantly executed American films, The Godfather 2 brims with suspense, intrigue, glamour and murder. Written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, the film stands on its own and is one of the best films of the golden era of filmmaking. DRESS CODE: Elegant/Formal Attire – Jacket & Tie Required for Men. Starring Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro, dual stories are set in
Invite Only – the 1960s classic film “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” on Saturday, March 4th at the historic Los Angeles Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles in celebration of Ryan Murphy’s new FX Series FEUD: Bette and Joan, premiering on Sunday, March 5th at 10PM.
Ticketed – Cinepsia presents their annual Valentine’s Day bash. This year, step back into the 1940s with carnival games, dancers, live bands and DJs before the most unabashedly romantic film ever made! Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams star in a tale of steamy romance between a poor boy and a rich girl, who are separated by society, war and time. Unforgettable performances, beautiful photography and some of the most moving
Ticketed – Come play with us amongst the ballrooms, balconies and fountains of L.A.s most spectacular movie palace as we recreate the Overlook Hotel for our annual holiday party. Explore all three floors of this opulent theatre with its crystal chandeliers, eerie childrens play room, mirrored powder room, wood paneled study and cavernous auditorium, then watch Stanley Kubricks masterpiece on the big screen with thousands of fans. With full bars
Ticketed – The Los Angeles Theatre is our city’s most gorgeous movie palace, with soaring ceilings, breath-taking chandeliers, gold leaf angels, and a cascading crystal fountain, perfect for a celebration of love. This year we have live dancers, magicians, circus acts, bands and DJs before Baz Luhrmann’s spectacular film musical. Moulin Rouge explodes on the big screen with Nicole Kidman as the famous nightclub’s top act and Ewan McGregor as