The Movie Tavern is showing classics and we can’t get enough of it
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The Movie Tavern is showing classics and we can’t get enough of it

August 22, 2017

Lions, Tigers, Bears … oh my! The Movie Tavern located at 18605 E. Hampden Ave. in Aurora is featuring some of the greatest movies of all time. You can catch these flicks every other Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the end of 2017. Here’s the complete list of showings (for those of you who like to plan).

 

The Big Lebowski

Year: 1998

Why it’s a classic: Aside from being a cult film, the Library of Congress added The Big Lebowski to the National Film Registry in 2014.

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Oct. 3-4

 

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Year: 1982

Why it’s a classic: Iconic director, Steven Spielberg, told the tale of endless friendship while providing generations of parents a catchphrase that will forever remind their children to call.

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Oct. 17-18

 

Young Frankenstein

Year: 1974

Why it’s a classic: It’s a comedy horror blend that leaves everyone in awe with an astounding cast and timeless humor that’s perfect for the Halloween season.

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Oct. 31-Nov. 1

 

Die Hard

Year: 1988

Why it’s a classic: It’s the ultimate underdog hero movie complete with explosions, guns, and everything you’d expect in an 80’s action film.

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Nov. 14-15

 

Elf

Year: 2003

Why it’s a classic: Actor, Will Ferrell, goes on an adventurous quest to find his dad in NYC. His goofy yellow tights are just the cherry on-top of a modern family-classic holiday flick.

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Nov. 28-29

 

Christmas Vacation
Year: 1989

Why it’s a classic: Aside from its quotable punchlines, this Christmas comedy leaves everyone laughing as luck turns from bad to worse.

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Dec. 5-6

 

White Christmas

Year: 1954

Why it’s a classic: This long-time American holiday classic has all the singing and dancing of a musical combined with the comedy of a film. Not to mention, it’s been around for over 50 years!

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Dec. 12-13

 

It’s a Wonderful Life

Year: 1946

Why it’s a classic: It’s one of the most critically acclaimed films of all time that encompasses a classic moral within a comedy-drama. It’s playing just in time for the season of giving!

Only at the Aurora Movie Tavern: Dec. 19-20