Cinephiles, allow us to arrest your attention. The Texas Theatre has a reel deal for you: two movie tickets, two bottles of water, and a large popcorn, all for $10 (regularly $25). The history, however, is free: Oak Cliff's theater (once owned by The Aviator himself, Howard Hughes) was the site where presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was captured, and was later featured in Oliver Stone's JFK. After several shutterings and near misses with the wrecking ball, the theater has once again sprung to life to provide screenings of indie, art house, and classic films, as well as live productions and cultural events. This deal is your ticket to be a part of history in the making, so make like the DPD and don't let it get away.
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PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 31, 2011
The Texas Theatre
Two Movie Tickets, a Large Popcorn, and Two Bottles of Water
- from $10