Wednesday, November 26, 2008

New Theaters for Thanksgiving Weekend

This being a holiday weekend, theater chains do their bookings a little differently. Here is a list of theaters where the movie opens today (Wednesday), on Thanksgiving, and on Friday. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day!

Wednesday, November 26
Hanover, Penn. (Hanover Movies)
New Philadelphia, Ohio (Quaker Cinema)
Spencer, Iowa (Spencer Theatre)
Bismarck, N.D. (Grand 15)
Spartanburg, S.C. (Westgate Mall Cinema 8)
Springfield, Ore. (Movies 12—Gateway)
Roseburg, Ore. (Roseburg Cinema 7)
Moses Lake, Wash. (Fairchild Cinemas)
Hollister, Cal. (Premiere Cinemas 10)

Thanksgiving Day
Niles, Ohio (USA Cinema)
Oakley, Kan. (Palace Theatre)

Friday, November 28
Alexander City, Ala. (Playhouse 3 Cinema)
Scottsboro, Ala. (Holiday Cinema)
Holbrook, Ariz. (Roxy Theater—Holbrook)
Winslow, Ariz. (Winslow Theatre)
Fayetteville, Ark. (Mall Twin)
Morrilton, Ark. (Northside Cinema Theatre)
Aurora, Colo. (Aurora Cinema Grill)
Springfield, Colo. (Capitol)
Atlanta, Ga. (Movies ATL 14)
Toccoa, Ga. (Toccoa Cinema 3)
Duquoin, Ill. (Grand Twin Cinemas)
Fairfield, Ill. (Showtime Fairfield)
Villa Grove, Ill. (Gemini Cinema 2)
Charles City, Iowa (Charles Theatre)
Forest City, Iowa (Forest)
Red Oak, Iowa (Grand Theatre)
Sumner, Iowa (Sunset Theatre)
Hill City, Kan. (Frontier Theatre)
Kingman, Kan. (Kingman Theatre)
Russell, Kan. (Dream Cinema)
Louisville, Ky. (Village Cinema 8)
Springhill, La. (Spring)
Park Rapids, Minn. (Park)
Perham, Minn. (Comet Theatre)
Redwood Falls, Minn. (Redwood Falls Twin Theatre)
Ava, Mo. (Ava Family Theatre)
Cabool, Mo. (Cinema 2)
Holts Summit, Mo. (Summit)
Warsaw, Mo. (Roxy Theater)
Troy, Mont. (Lincoln)
Graham, N.C. (Graham Cinema)
Hazen, N.D. (Cinema Twin)
Valley City, N.D. (Theatre I & II)
Ainsworth, Neb. (Royal Theatre)
Albion, Neb. (Gateway)
Arapahoe, Neb. (Crystal Theatre)
Burwell, Neb. (Rodeo)
Schuyler, Neb. (Colfax Theatre)
Elko, Nev. (Crystal 5)
Carlsbad, N.M. (Fiesta D/I 3)
Owego, N.Y. (Tioga 4)
Anadarko, Okla. (Redskin)
Duncan, Okla. (Palace)
Hermitage, Penn. (Cinema 8)
Johnstown, Penn. (Westwood Plaza Cinema)
Hot Springs, S.D. (Hot Springs)
Rapid City, S.D. (Elks)
Lexington, Tenn. (Princess)
Shelbyville, Tenn. (Capri Twin)
Tracy City, Tenn. (Alma Mater Theatre)
Winchester, Tenn. (Oldham Theater)
Dumas, Tex. (Evelyn)
Tyler, Tex. (Sky-Vue Drive-In Theatre)
Grundy, Va. (Grundy Community Center 3)
Centralia, Wash. (Olympic Club)
Spokane, Wash. (Garland Theatre)
Pinedale, Wyo. (Pinedale)

1 comment:

Brianr88 said...

My wife and I loved the movie. Being a fireman, I appreciated the reality of the fire scenes and how the fire service was portrayed. Being married we appreciated how vividily the downs of a marriage were displayed. My wife cried throughout the movie, and I fought back the tears myself at times. A sincere THANKS to all who were responsible for making this movie.