Friday, March 4, 2011

Movies on The Deck

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Starting this week, Santa Monica Place is showing free "Movies on the Deck" every Wednesday from 7-10pm.  If you haven't made it to the rooftop dining deck at Santa Monica Place, this is the perfect opportunity to check it out.  Gabe and I are planning a date night here to watch Ferris Bueller's Day Off (our favorite) on April 27th and hoping to catch a few more when we can.  During March, they're also offering a giveaway to the first 100 guests.  Have a great weekend!

March
2-Breakfast at Tiffany's
9-When Harry Met Sally
16-The Godfather
23-Casablanca
30-Sixteen Candles

*During March, giveaways available for first 100 guests.
*While supplies last. Must be at least 18 years old. Limit one giveaway per customer. Void where prohibited. See concierge for terms and conditions.

April
6-E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial
13-Shrek
20-Raiders of the Lost Ark
27-Ferris Bueller's Day Off

May
4-The Breakfast Club
11-West Side Story
18-Goldfinger
25-Viewers Choice Movie

*Vote for the Viewer's Choice Movie at www.SantaMonicaPlace.com from a selection of 5 films. Voting begins April 25.

28 comments:

Katie said...

That sounds so fun!

Josie said...

This sounds like SO much fun, Valerie! I would honestly go to every single one.
xo Josie
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Lindsay said...

I have yet to go visit here and I really need to :)

Gabriel said...

Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.
I'm ready, let's go!

Marisa said...

So jealous, that looks like so much fun! Someday when i'm back in the home state I will magically get a Ferrari and drive around the city doing fun things :)

Cara said...

sounds like fun!

Krystal said...

oooo, i looove stuff like this! they have a movies at the beach for a month in the summer...such a summer feeling thing =)

Jaime @ La vie...J'aime said...

awesome! i would go to these all the time if i lived out there. we do movie viewings outside at an outdoor ampitheater type thing in the summer in boston.

D @ The best things in life said...

Sixteen Candles?! I NEED to go!

Marcie said...

So fun! I have to find a place like this in northern California. I love all the classics they are featuring and am going to add a few to my netflix list.

xo M

Living Foxy said...

That sounds like so much fun! I love your blog:)



Audrey

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Kayla said...

Sounds like so much fun. All of them are such great movies too. We have movies in the park here but it's much more of a family affair, Disney movies and such with screaming kids running around. Fun once or twice but not the same.

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Anna Jane said...

so fun - only in LA could you do that in early spring :)

Sam {fitnessfoodandfaith.blogspot.com} said...

ooo la la, gorgeous pics!

happy weekend :)

Torrie said...

Some of my favorite movies!! How fun!

Have a wonderful weekend =).

FRANKIE HEARTS FASHION said...

this is so awesome! Definitely gonna have to check it out. Have a great weekend V! xo

this free bird said...

omg Val!! this looks like so much fun. I totally want to go and check it out. Ferris is one of my all time faves, too. Can you imagine being able to catch ET out there? that would be SO RAD!

Okay nerd alert, but I'm totally down. Hot damn I missed Breakfast at Tiffany's :( But When Harry Met Sally is coming up next week and so is SIXTEEN CANDLES!!

Let's hang!

xo,
C

Annie said...

how fun!! Have a great weekend Valerie!! xo

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh wow if we only still lived in California. This looks awesome.

PursuitOfLLT said...

this will be great! chicago does something similar called movies in the park. it's so fun. we'd bring blankets, apps and wine. unfortunately for us midwesterners it's only in the summer.

i'll live vicariously through you and gabe!

Danielle said...

how fun! cannot wait to check it out!

annelise said...

Fun! I went to something similar in Melbourne last month: a rooftop cinema in the middle of the CBD. We sat on beach chairs and watched The Hangover, surrounded by buildings. It was one of the best nights.

I've just rediscovered Sixteen Candles, so I would have to go and see it but Ferris Bueller is pretty awesome too! Enjoy!

MissNeira said...

Aw so cute they're showing such classic, sounds like a lot of fun!


xoxo
Miss Neira

Lindsay With An "A" said...

This sounds like a DREAM date!! So fun and laid-back! I wish we were still in CA so we could go! :)

Joanna said...

When Harry Met Sally is my all time favorite, but I love Ferris Bueller too:) Sounds like a fun date. Have a great weekend doll! xo

style'n said...

How fun! I love that movie..and speaking of free movies..I flew back from LA this week and the flight was slightly delayed so the airline let us watch the movies free. I finally saw The King's Speech..it was great! Hope you are having a lovely weekend.

Ashley said...

Oh my gosh how fun is this?! I'm so bummed that when I worked in Santa Monica that mall was a total dump and right after I moved, they re-did it! Have fun, that sounds like a perfect date night!

Anna Walker said...

What!? This looks like so much fun! I LOVE all the march movies, I haven't seen Ferris Bueller's Day Off (don't be mad) and May looks amazing also! :)

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