news-opinion-expert film analysis
WA.) – You like movies? Sure you do. Who doesn’t like
you don’t like movies there could be something wrong with you.
Your brain neurons might not be making decent connections. It
a few things in this world that all decent God fearing Americans
should like: movies, baseball, peanut butter, Disneyland, the
national anthem, the Good Book, Amazon Prime, dirt bikes, dirty
dancing, Netflix, watching sports on TV and making fun of Donald
about it. Which brings us back to the movies. We have friends in the
movie business and they’ve given the mighty Chronicle the
(until now) secret lineup of movies for the Snohomish
Movies in the Park series.
series features lovable characters that will save the day while
winning your family’s heart. We kid thee not.
Rabbit, The Incredibles and Hero 6 will
light up the night and the giant inflatable screen with crazy antics,
action-packed shenanigans and heart-warming life-lessons.
early to get a good seat (otherwise you’ll have to fist fight
some guy with a big beer belly for a decent seat).
a blanket, low-back chairs and a picnic dinner or grab a snack at one
of the food trucks or at the concession counter.
it ain’t just movies Bubba. Games and activities will be
provided by Pursuit Church and Tae
Way before the movies begins. How do you like it so
Pretty good, huh?
to be confused with duck or Chuck Berry’s duck-walk) is that
thing that happens at the darkest stage of twilight after sunset and
just before actual "night."
Point being, the time of dusk
changes every week but in general you can anticipate
the movie start time being
around 9:30p.m. (Evenings
get cool so bring warm clothes or an extra coat or blanket or
one of those warm beany hats with a propeller on top).
we have the envelope please? Thank you. This
summer’s movie schedule is
27: Peter Rabbit Based
on the books by Beatrix Potter, Peter Rabbit and his three sisters
Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton Tail enjoy their days harassing Mr. McGregor
in his vegetable garden.
3: The Incredibles A
family of undercover superheroes try to live a quiet suburban life,
but are forced into action to save the world.
10: Hero 6 When
a devastating event befalls the city of San Fransokyo, plus-sized
inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, team up with a
group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.
Movies in the Park are located outdoors on the lawn area of
Boys & Girls Club located at 402 Second Street and are brought
you by the fine folks at First Financial Northwest
Bank and Haggen Food and Pharmacy.
Chronicle gave you guys a free plug. You owe us now pal. Better buy
some ads in the mighty Chronicle or things could get ugly.)
the movies are free and open to the public. Children under the age of
18 must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian at all times.
there or be square dudes and dudettes.