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


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Classic Movies Coming in September and October

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Sep 17 & 20The Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring
Rated: PG-13
Sun 9/17

Wed 9/20

The first chapter in director Peter Jackson’s landmark trilogy, based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic fantasy novels. In the mythological world of Middle Earth, a ring lost for centuries must be found and destroyed to prevent the dark lord who created it from enslaving the world. Presented with additional footage not seen in the original theatrical version. (“One ring to rule them all…”)


Legally Blonde - September 24 and 27Legally Blonde

Rated: PG-13
Sun 9/24

Wed 9/27

Reese Witherspoon stars in the hit comedy about the intersection of fashion, beauty and jurisprudence. Sorority girl Elle Woods is seriously in love, but her boyfriend doesn’t think she’s serious enough to marry. The solution? Apply to Harvard Law School! (“What, like it’s hard?”) Getting in proves to be only half the battle, as she must overcome stereotypes to win the respect of her classmates. (“Malibu Barbie lives!”)

Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
EXTENDED EDITION    Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Rated: PG-13
Sun 10/01
Wed 10/04

In Chapter Two of the epic adventure, presented with additional footage not seen in the original theatrical version, Frodo Baggins and the other members of the Fellowship continue their sacred quest to destroy the One Ring. Along the way they meet Gollum, a grotesque creature who owned the ring for 500 years and is obsessed with getting it back. (“Must have the precious. They stole it from us!”)

The Twilight Saga: EclipseThe Twilight Saga: Eclipse

Rated: PG-13
Sun 10/08

Wed 10/11

The drama continues as 18-year-old Bella (Kristen Stewart) remains torn between her vampire boyfriend Edward (Robert Pattinson) and her hunky werewolf friend Jacob (Taylor Lautner). As if that weren’t enough, a malicious vampire is trying to destroy Bella. Can Edward work with Jacob to protect her? (“If we weren't natural enemies, and you weren't trying to steal my reason for existing, I might actually like you.”) 

Lord of the Rings: The Return of the KingThe Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King


Rated: PG-13
Sun 10/15

Wed 10/18

In this thrilling climax to the trilogy, armies mass for a final battle that will decide the fate of the world. And one member of the Fellowship of the Ring is revealed as the noble heir to the throne of the Kings of Men. Winner of 11 Academy Awards®, including Best Picture and Best Director (Peter Jackson), and presented here with footage not seen in the original theatrical version. (“My friends…you bow to no one.”)

BeetlejuiceBeetlejuice - 35th ANNIVERSARY

Rated: PG
Sun 10/22

Wed 10/25

“It’s showtime!” Michael Keaton is Beetlejuice (“the ghost with the most, babe”) in this supernatural comedy from director Tim Burton. Ghosts Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis need help scaring off an unwanted family, so they hire the bizarre “freelance bio-exorcist” Beetlejuice. With Winona Ryder in her breakout role as a teenager obsessed with the afterlife. (“I myself AM strange and unusual.”)

The ShiningThe Shining

Rated: R
Sun 10/29

Wed 11/01

Stanley Kubrick’s horror classic, based on Stephen King’s best-selling novel. Jack Nicholson (“Here’s Johnny!”) is the caretaker of a closed hotel with a really…bad…past. He and his family are virtually alone in the spooky old building. Or are they? Shelly Duvall, as Nicholson’s distraught wife, discovers her husband is turning

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