They’re not usually first run, but they’re in a dark, air-conditioned theatre and they’re ridiculously inexpensive.
1. Cinemark theaters: for your national locations, click here.
The free summer movies at Cinemaworld are shown each day during June and July. The movies are completely free for kids but adults will have to pay $2 or donate to a charity in exchange for admission.
The free summer movies this year includes The Lorax, RIO, Kung Fu Panda 2, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, Mr. Popper’s Penguins, Puss In Boots, Dolphin Dale, and The Dark Crystal
You’ll be able to see some great free summer movies for 8 weeks starting July 11th at Clearview Cinemas.
The free summer movies this year includes Zookeeper, Kung Fu Panda 2, Mr. Popper’s Penguins, Rio, The Smurfs, Puss In Boots, and Alvin & The Chipmunks Chipwrecked, and Happy Feet Two.
The Great Escape movie theaters are back again with their free summer movies for kids.
This summer you’ll be able to see The Smurfs, Kung Fu Panda 2, RIO, Puss In Boots, and more movies for free.
At National Amusements Bookworm Wednesday, kids are going to have to do a little bit of work to get to see their free summer movies.
Kids who complete a book report over a book they’ve read can get into a free kid’s movie. Accompanying adults are free as well as children 6 and under.
…and here along the Wasatch Front:
Water Gardens Theaters/Spanish Fork: The theater starts its summer movie program on May 29. Tickets are $1 each. Go HERE for more information and for a lineup of movies.
Water Gardens Theaters/Pleasant Grove: Summer movies start on June 5 and cost $1 each. Go HERE for a schedule.
The SCERA Center: The Orem center’s summer movie program stats June 4. Tickets are $2. Go HERE for more information.
Towne Cinemas: The American Fork theater offers movie tickets for $1.50 each. Go HERE for more information.
Thanks to One Cheap Chick and About.com/freebies for your help!