Flashback Cinema

HARRY POTTER & THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE

2009 • PG

Sunday, June 23 | Wednesday, June 26

The past holds the key to a dark mystery and Harry must access a memory that will unlock the truth. Lord Voldemort chooses Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton) for a secret mission, and romance complicates the lives of the teenage wizards (“She’s only interested in you because she thinks you’re the Chosen One!”). Ron contends with multiple admirers. (“These girls…they’re going to kill me, Harry!”)

JAWS

1975 • PG

Sunday, June 30 | Wednesday, July 3

Steven Spielberg’s summer blockbuster, based on Peter Benchley’s best-selling novel. A killer shark is terrorizing vacationers at Amity Island and a trio of shark-hunters take to the high seas in pursuit. John Williams won an Oscar® for his ominous score (“Duunnn dun…dun dun.”) It’s been almost 50 years and folks still think twice about going in the water. (“You’re going to need a bigger boat.”)

THE GOONIES

1985 • PG

Sunday, July 14 | Wednesday, July 17

(“Hey, you guys!”) Beloved 1980’s adventure comedy presented by Steven Spielberg, with music by Cyndi Lauper and REO Speedwagon (it doesn’t get any more 80’s than that!) A group of young friends find an old pirate’s map and their search for buried treasure is full of spooky caves, booby traps, and harrowing situations that strengthen their bonds of friendship. (“Goonies never say die!”)

HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS PART 1

2010 • PG-13

Sunday, July 21 | Wednesday, July 24

In this first half of the epic finale of the Harry Potter series, Harry prepares for his ultimate battle with Lord Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes). When Death Eaters seize control of the Ministry of Magic, Harry and his friends must rely on one another more than ever to find the Horcruxes which contain parts of the Dark Lord’s soul…before it’s too late. (“These are dark times, there is no denying.”)

DIRTY DANCING

1987 • PG-13

Sunday, July 28 | Wednesday, July 31

You’ll have “the time of your life” at this romantic crowd-pleaser, set at a summer resort in 1963. Jennifer Grey (Ferris Bueller’s sister) plays Baby, a rich girl attracted to a working-class dance instructor (Patrick Swayze). Tough guy Swayze’s experience with the Joffrey Ballet (who knew?) prepared him for the role. We dare you to sit still during the film’s big finish. (“Nobody puts Baby in a corner.”)