Each week, we are thrilled to present classic films on the big screen in partnership with Flashback Cinema! Catch these classics at Studio City Mesa (Casper), Studio City UW (Laramie), the Capitol Cinema 16/Club 21 (Cheyenne) and the Star Stadium (Rock Springs).
Will Ferrell stars as Buddy, an elf who is, well, different from the other elves. When Papa Elf (Bob Newhart) informs Buddy that he was adopted, he sets out to find his real father (James Caan). A modern Christmas classic, thanks to Ferrell’s endearing performance as Buddy (“Son of a nutcracker!”), whose childlike Christmas spirit softens the most cynical of hearts. (“Santa, HERE? I know him, I know him!”) Rated PG.
Shows December 2-8 in Casper and Cheyenne; December 2-7 in Laramie; and December 2-4 & 7 in Rock Springs.
Casper: Friday 1:25 & 9:50; Saturday 1:25 & 9:50; Sunday 1:25 & 4:20; Monday 1:25; Tuesday 1:25; Wednesday 1:25 & 7:05; Thursday 1:25
Cheyenne: Friday 1:25 & 9:45; Saturday 1:25 & 9:45; Sunday 1:25 & 4:00; Monday 1:25; Tuesday 1:25; Wednesday 1:25 & 7:00; Thursday 1:25
Laramie: Friday 1:55; Saturday 1:55; Sunday 1:55; Monday 4:30; Tuesday 4:30; Wednesday 7:00
Rock Springs: Friday 2:30; Saturday 2:30; Sunday 2:30; Wednesday 7:15
DECEMBER 11 & 14
Joyous, big-screen color musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Albert Finney stars as mean old miser Ebenezer Scrooge (“I HATE people!”) who gets a wake-up call from four spirits on Christmas Eve. Featuring the rousing Academy Award®-nominated song “Thank You Very Much” and Alec Guinness as the ghost of Jacob Marley (“I wear the chain I forged in life…I made it, link by link…”) Rated G.
DECEMBER 18 & 21
National Lampoon’s CHRISTMAS VACATION (1989)
Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) is determined to have a “good old-fashioned family Christmas,’’ but Cousin Eddie (Randy Quaid) and a house full of wacky relatives don’t make it easy. Chase and Quaid are joined by fellow Saturday Night Live alumni Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Brian Doyle-Murray. Beverly D’Angelo is Clark’s always supportive wife, Ellen. (“We checked every bulb, didn’t we?”) Rated PG-13.