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.
San Diego International Comic-Con (SDCC) is looming, and as always, Marvel is demanding all eyes on it as it unveils its updated film-release-date schedule. It’s the hype before the hype; get people talking about what those dates could possibly mean before any announcements are made. The Marvel folks have added five new dates to two previous ones, with nary a title announcement in sight. That brings the total up to seven unknown Marvel films.
Let’s dive in! Here are the dates we do know:
- Guardians of the Galaxy August 1, 2014
- Avengers: Age of Ultron May 1, 2015
- Ant-Man July 17, 2015
- Captain America 3 (Not the official title, this may get a formal title at SDCC ala The Winter Soldier) May 6, 2016
While it's technically not 7 p.m. on March 21, we can feel it in our bones. It's the Purge! The night when all crime is legal for 12 hours. That's right, we can download music, swipe a free Coke Zero at the local five and dime, or even rip off all of the tags on our mattresses at home. No consequences.
The 2013 film The Purge decided to focus on theft, rape and murder instead of those other crimes. Actually, while it talked about other misdeeds, it really tended to focus on the murder. It scored a 38 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, so why do we have The Purge: Anarchy? So we can do a Film Face-off of The Purge versus The Purge: Anarchy... and because the original made $64 million with a budget of only $3 million.
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