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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The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
Not all great filmmakers attended film school, but Martin Scorsese did. The experience changed his life. It was at New York University where Scorsese laid the groundwork for his future films with several short works—including What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This? (1963), It's Not Just You, Murray! (1964) and The Big Shave (1967). The university’s Tisch School of the Arts invited the alumnus back to campus to give this year’s commencement speech.
Scorsese shared several intimate stories about his time there, as well as his thoughts on filmmaking today. We hear the tale of his first days at school, where he hoped he could simply “be in an atmosphere where he could share a love for film.” It was at NYU where a...
As a family of four mourn the loss of their soldier son, a clean-cut, Gosling-faced stranger arrives at their front door claiming to be his best friend and fellow soldier. He's there because he says it's his duty; that he promised his buddy he'd let his family back home know that his final words included messages of love to his mother, father, sister and little brother. It was the right thing to do, and not long after he arrives chock-full of charm, he's asked to stay a couple of days until he figures out where he's going next. Until he gets back on his feet. Or until everyone around him is dead.
Welcome to The Guest.
The logical progression of You're Next, The Guest finds director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett once again playing around...