Established 1917, the Max Theatres is known for providing a unique moving going experience by dishing up a little nostalgia mixed with all the current popular films at a very reasonable price. While visiting, don't forget to try one of our specialty sweet drinks, our Coffee Espresso Bar, or some of our acclaimed popcorn!
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From our Facebook poll...
The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
Thanks to the financial support of its fans, Veronica Mars is heading to the big screen this week, almost seven years since it went off the air. Now you can enjoy the adventures of Kristen Bell's amateur sleuth for the price of a movie ticket rather than the mere cost of putting up with commercials.
There's often talk of TV series being continued as a theatrical feature, but few actually make the leap. And when they do, they're not always worth the effort. Many are good, it's true, but plenty others are bad, while some are just plain bogus. In the following photo gallery we present examples of movies spun off from various shows, to varying quality.
From our review of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance:
“There's no place for ironic love in movie stardom. If someone is a movie star, you want to see them perform based on that star power; nobody watches Brad Pitt ironically. Yet, here's the place Cage finds himself in in 2012 -- he's half-man, half-Internet meme. The fact that there may be no turning back for Cage, that the audience already sees him as a bit of a joke, is maddening."
It’s a couple of years later, and public perception of Cage hasn’t changed much. It wasn’t that long ago that Quentin Tarantino once singled out Cage as his favorite working actor, and noted that his career was built on being routinely miscast then rising to the occasion. Now, more ink has been spent on the...