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Long before fast food and burger chains, Goody Goody® captured Tampa’s hearts and taste buds. From 1925 on, generations loved it. First dates and marriage proposals. Pre-work coffees and post-game meals. A community connected over

Saturday, August 18

2:00pm
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Koyaanisqatsi

Friday, Aug. 17

(pronounced koʊjɑːnɪsˈkɑːtsiː, or approximately “coy-yaah-nee-SCOT-see”) Is seventeen or eighteen years (depending on how you count, we’re not getting into it) enough distance to allow us to start doing some real analysis of the 20th century? In

Friday, August 17

10:30pm
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It used to be nerd gospel, somewhere between a superstition and a prophecy, than only odd-numbered Star Trek movies were good. This little pearl of well-polished cultural wisdom was taken so seriously, and held so

Friday, August 03

10:30pm

The Little Mermaid

Wednesday, August 8

Join Tampa Theatre, the Florida Aquarium and Film Tampa Bay on the red carpet for a very special premiere screening of The Little Mermaid – a modern-day retelling of the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy

Wednesday, August 08

7:00pm
REWIND

Before Sunrise

Friday, July 20

When you look at a plot summary on paper, there is absolutely nothing to recommend Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise. No details of any kind stand to elevate it out of the simmering mediocrity of the

Friday, July 20

10:30pm

Sing-Along The Greatest Showman

Thursday, August 23

Hugh Jackman plays P.T. Barnum in The Greatest Showman, the 2017 musical celebration of the life of one of America’s true original entertainment pioneers, the producer of the most famous touring circus in history, and

Thursday, August 23

7:30pm
Summer Classics

Casablanca

Sunday, September 2

Casablanca lands so routinely in listings of the top two or three movies of all time, it’s become almost boring to call it great. It’s the definition of a Hollywood masterpiece. The scenes and the

Sunday, September 02

3:00pm
Summer Classics

The Wizard of Oz

Sunday, August 26

The Wizard of Oz has permeated popular culture to such an extent that, even if they haven’t seen it themselves, most people know it almost by heart. It’s certainly true that they don’t make them

Sunday, August 26

3:00pm
Summer Classics

Blazing Saddles

Sunday, August 19

Roger Ebert told the story of getting onto an elevator with director Mel Brooks, just after the release of his film The Producers. “A woman got onto the elevator,” Ebert said, “recognized him and said,

Sunday, August 19

3:00pm
Summer Classics

The Manchurian Candidate

Sunday, August 12

History has kind of lost sight of the fact that Frank Sinatra was a well-regarded actor. Even ignoring his musicals, Ol’ Blue Eyes put together a pretty solid filmography – he won Best Supporting Actor

Sunday, August 12

3:00pm