IN THE KNOW: A-LIST MOVIE NIGHT

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Princeton Garden Theatre on Nassau Street

While some may lament daylight’s dwindling hours and winter’s fast approach, here at THE A-LIST we like to look on the bright side – movie night! Cozy nights, toasty fireplaces, and getting lost in the adventure of an at-home-flick sound divine. But every now and then, a night out on the town hits the spot. Check out these A-LIST theaters for your next great escape:

PRINCETON GARDEN THEATRE

Founded in 1920 to host Princeton University’s Triangle Club, this landmark is rich with history. Over the years, the Princeton Garden Theatre has undergone many renovations and improvements, most recently in 2014, and is proud to show independent, foreign, and classic films for local movie lovers. The Garden offers tons of options for cinephiles including TALK CINEMA, a monthly series featuring sneak previews of award-winning independent and foreign films selected from leading festivals, and membership options.  A-LIST MOVIE PICK: Hidden Figures.

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AMC Market Fair

AMC MARKET FAIR

For a seat in the literal lap of luxury, look no further than the just opened AMC Market Fair 10. This theater going experience is summed up best by the New York Times: “The Screen is Silver, but the Seats are Gold”.  Advance ticket sales, seat choice, and individual recliners will make this a movie night to remember. A-LIST MOVIE PICK: Moana.

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Montgomery Cinemas in the Montgomery Shopping Center.

MONTGOMERY CINEMA

Montgomery Cinemas in Skillman started out as an old-fashioned, one-screen cinema in the early 1970’s.  After a renovation in 1995, the Cinemas reopened as a 6-screen multiplex.  Montgomery Cinemas focuses on presenting the best in art, foreign and independent films.  A-LIST MOVIE PICK: LaLa Land.

LET’S GO!