Each week, Flashback Cinema® brings a different classic movie to the BIG SCREEN! 


CURRENTLY AVAILABLE AT THESE NCG LOCATIONS:

Acworth, GAGallatin, TNGrand Blanc, MIKingsport, TN
Lansing, MIMidland, MI

Check local listings for tickets and showtimes.

Titanic - January 28 and 31Titanic
(1997)

Rated: PG-13
Sun 1/28
Wed 1/31

Director James Cameron’s romantic epic that became a box office phenomenon. Leonardo DiCaprio (“I’m the King of the World!”) and Kate Winslet star as young lovers who meet on history’s most famous doomed ocean liner (he’s from steerage, she’s first class). Winner of 11 Academy Awards®, including Best Picture, with special effects that still dazzle on the big screen. (“But this ship can’t sink!”)

Escape from New York - February 4 and 7Escape from New York
(1981)

Rated: R
Sun 2/04
Wed 2/07

New 4K digital restoration of director John Carpenter’s action thriller (and cult classic). In a crime-ridden future, New York City is walled off as a maximum-security prison. (“Once you go in, you don’t come out.”) When Air Force One crashes in Manhattan, renegade warrior Snake Plissken (Kurt Russell) is sent to rescue the President. (“I’m goin’ in!”) Russell’s favorite role of the five films he made with Carpenter. (“Call me Snake.”)

Casablanca - February 11 and 14Casablanca
(1942)

Rated: PG
Sun 2/11
Wed 2/14

World War II love story and Best Picture Oscar® winner starring Humphrey Bogart as a cynical cafe owner who is more of a romantic than he lets on (“Here’s looking at you, kid”). When long lost love Ingrid Bergman shows up in Casablanca, sparks fly. Claude Rains is Captain Renault, whose approach to law enforcement is, well, flexible. (“I’m shocked, SHOCKED, to find that gambling is going on in here.”)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
(2002)

Rated: PG
Sun 2/18
Mon 2/19
Wed 2/21

Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) returns for his second year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. New adventures abound, with a flying car, a hostile tree (the Whomping Willow), an enchanted diary and a house-elf named Dobby. Kenneth Branagh plays vain celebrity professor Gilderoy Lockhart, author of “Magical Me.” (“Let me introduce you to your new Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher...me!”)

Terminator 2: Judgment DayTerminator 2: Judgment Day 
(1991)

Rated: R
Sun 2/25
Wed 2/28

One of the best science-fiction action movies ever made, presented in 4K Digital. Arnold Schwarzenegger (“I’ll be back”) is a cyborg assassin re-programmed to protect Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) and her son John (Edward Furlong) from an advanced, shape-shifting newer model (Robert Patrick). The fate of humanity hangs in the balance! With ground-breaking, Oscar®-winning special effects. (“Hasta la vista, baby!”)

The Land Before TimeThe Land Before Time
(1988)

Rated: G
Sun 3/03
Wed 3/06

Animated action-adventure that started a franchise beloved by children of all ages. Executive producers George Lucas and Steven Spielberg teamed with director Don Bluth for this story set in a time when the earth was new. Five young dinosaurs take an incredible journey, overcoming obstacles and banding together in friendship. (“Some things you see with your eyes. Others you see with your heart.”)

The Quiet ManThe Quiet Man
(1952)

Rated: PG
Sun 3/10
Wed 3/13

Classic love story set in Ireland. John Wayne plays a former American boxer who moves to a village full of colorful characters and falls in love with fiery redhead Maureen O’Hara. (“Oh, but the kisses are a long way off yet!”) Her obstinate brother (Victor McLaglen) and Wayne come to blows in a rousing climax peppered with trash talk and grudging respect. (“Your widow—me sister—could’ve done a lot worse.”)

Availability and showtimes may vary by location. Check your neighborhood NCG for details.