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Entertainment :: In Depth: 'Lone Survivor' brings true modern war story to Palace screen
· 11:18am February 20th, 2014
We end February with “Lone Survivor,” a grueling, riveting war movie, rated R for bloody violence and pervasive language. Mark Wahlberg headlines this first-person account, playing the Palace Friday, February 21 through Thursday, February 27 at 7 pm, and Monday, February 24 at 2 pm.
This is a serious movie about a serious topic, the assassination of a Taliban leader in Afghanistan, based on The New York Times bestselling memoir of Ex Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell. An action film so realistic and intimate, brutal and visceral, you’ll feel you actually understand what it’s really like to go to war, and may suffer your own PTSD after the experience.
We’ve had many requests for “Lone Survivor.” Lobby talk from the few who’ve already had a chance to see it: “It’s hard to watch.”
Tuesday Night Special
Weeknight attendance has been low, so we’ve decided to offer an incentive to brave the cold and snow. Watch this column for your weekly Tuesday Night Special.
THIS WEEK: Duane’s Tuesday Night Special ~ LARGE POPCORN FOR THE PRICE OF A SMALL!
The Palace will be closed for movies Friday, February 28 through Saturday, March 8 for the ACT I production “Red Velvet Cake Wars.”
Oscar Month opens Sunday, August 9th with “Nebraska,” and continues with “August: Osage County” and “American Hustle.”
“The LEGO Movie,” which may be one of next year’s Oscar contenders (It’s getting better reviews than “Frozen!”) will play the week of March 28. Book your spring birthday parties now!
Yes, I said “spring.” Oh please, oh please.
Tickets now available for ACT 1's 'Red Velvet Cake War'
ACT I to hold Auditions for 'Sometimes a Rainbow' Sunday, Monday, March 2-3