In June, timeless westerns like Clint Eastwood’s Hang ‘Em High and groovy surf flicks like The Endless Summer recall the turbulent 1960s. July’s flicks, like Coppola’s gritty murder mystery The Conversation and the Robert Redford spy thriller Three Days of the Condor, embody Hollywood’s penchant for darkness in the 1970s. August’s ’80s movies put America’s varied tastes on display with the fantastic story of Excalibur and the somber realism of Taps.
The fully-digital brew-and-view theater serves up local craft brews along with its $4 features, making the movies even more refreshing. Just outside, the movie house’s vintage-neon facade spills its soft glow across a collection of Portland’s best eateries. Between the theater’s stars and the restaurants’ specialties, this night at the movies will be one to remember.