Hello Dayton! This week mainly focuses on new openings for the week. Opening the week of 10/05 there are some great new movies!
Liam Neeson is back for more in this sequel to 2008’s Taken. His family targeted by a vengeful crime boss in Istanbul, retired CIA agent Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson) must fight an army of killers to ensure their safe return in this action sequel from director Olivier Megaton (Transporter 3) and producer/co-writer Luc Besson (who penned the screenplay alongside Taken scribe Robert Mark Kamen).
In this black-and-white short, director Tim Burton tells the story of Frankenstein’s monster in suburbia as a children’s fable about tolerance. Loving parents Ben (Daniel Stern) and Susan Frankenstein (Shelley Duvall) encourage their son Victor’s (Barret Oliver) home movies, starring their energetic bull terrier, Sparky. Following a terrible car accident, Sparky is dead and Victor is inconsolable. After an experiment with a frog in his science class, Victor gets the idea to make an electrical experiment of his own. After building a fantastic laboratory with only household items, he reanimates his beloved dog. Unfortunately, the family’s nosy neighbors become fearful of the monster, even though he has done no wrong. The climactic ending acts as an homage to James Whale’s original 1931 film and its sequel, The Bride of Frankenstein.
A feisty coed joins a collegiate a cappella group and upgrades their song selection for the 21st century during the run-up to a major competition in this melodic comedy from Tony-nominated Avenue Q director Jason Moore. Drifting past the various cliques after arriving at college, Beca (Anna Kendrick) pays more attention to the jams pumping in her headphones than the people she passes on her way to class. But all that changes the moment she stumbles into the one place where every misfit has a voice — the campus a cappella group. Although the competition amongst the singers proves surprisingly fierce, there’s just one aspect of the group Beca can’t wrap her head around: All of the songs they perform are at least a decade old. Convinced that they can do better by adding
some contemporary tunes into the mix, Beca whips up an exciting new set list that will set the group apart and leave their rivals in the dust. Brittany Snow, Anna Camp, and Rebel Wilson co-star.
DISCOUNT DAYS AT RAVE CINEMAS
Did you know Rave Cinemas offers a bunch of discount days for everyone? With today’s economy, everyone is looking to save wherever they can and Rave is providing ways for people to still catch the latest movie while keeping some cash in your wallet!
For the early risers, Rave Cinemas offers Early Bird specials. The shows before noon (on weekends and weekdays when available) are only $5 each ($8 3D)!
Not an early riser? Come to $5 Tuesday at Dayton South or Huber Heights or $5 Wednesday at the Greene. Any 2D movie all day long is only $5! For 3D it’s only $8. That’s a saving of over 50%! The Greene also has IMAX deals on Wednesday too!
If you have a student/military ID we offer you a lower pricing daily.
And finally…Senior Day! Any 2D movie is $5 for those patrons 55+ and $8 for any 3D movie on Wednesday at Dayton South only.
ENTER TO WIN TWO MOVIE PASSES!
Fill out the following form and then leave a comment below telling us that you want to win Rave Cinema Dayton South movie passes. We will pick a random winner on Friday Oct. 5 after 3pm. Passes awarded will be valid for 30 days from close date at Rave Cinemas Dayton South only and must be used by then or will be forfeited. Valid for any showing, except special events. Please bring ID to verify your name and just ask for a manager when attending informing them you won the Dayton Most Metro contest.
Contest Closed – congratulations to our winner: Bethany Locklear!