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Celebrate the 40th anniversary of what many consider to be the greatest Star Wars film!

The force is with you, young Skywalker, but you are not a Jedi yet. TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

The Star Wars saga continued when The Empire Strikes Back was released in theaters on May 21, 1980.

Arguably the definitive entry in the Star Wars series, The Empire Strikes Back returns to the big screen for its 40th anniversary!

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Those. Aren't. Pillows!

Planes,Trains and Automobiles is a very funny film. The action begins in New York two days before Thanksgiving as Neal Page, a smart, snobbish and uptight marketing executive played by Steve Martin (perfectly cast), leaves his office to fly home to Chicago, where he’s due to spend the holiday weekend with his family.

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Nothing can beat Kevin Bacon’s original star-making turn as Ren McCormack, the original city-slicker dropped into a small town where it’s illegal to dance.

At first that law seems crazy, but nowadays, not so much... it's kind of illegal to dance (and we are OKAY with that!)

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Renowned archeologist and expert in the occult, Dr. Indiana Jones, is hired by the U.S. Government to find the Ark of the Covenant, which is believed to still hold the ten commandments. Unfortunately, agents of Hitler are also after the Ark. Indy, and his ex-flame Marion, escape from various close scrapes in a quest that takes them from Nepal to Cairo.

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"What is the very best high school movie ever made? 'Bueller' ...'Bueller',...'Bueller'........" - Sunday Times

"The question isn't what are we going to do. The question is what aren't we going to do."

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"An exciting, sweet-tempered, heart-warming story with one of the most interesting friendships in a long time." - Roger Ebert

The ultimate ‘80s underdog story, THE KARATE KID still packs a powerful kick. Ralph Macchio stars as Daniel LaRusso, the new kid in town who quickly makes an enemy out of Johnny ('80s blondest bully William Zabka) when he strikes up a friendship with Ali (Elisabeth Shue). When Johnny and his gang of jerks severely beat up Daniel, Mr.

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