Monday, March 14
To start off your spring break week you can treat your children to a trip to Moody Gardens. Their 4-D special FX Theater is now showing “Dora & Diego’s 4-D Adventure: Catch That Robot Butterfly.” Your kids will love seeing the popular Nickelodeon characters on the big screen in this globe-trotting adventure. Showings are daily at 12:30, 1:30. 2:30, 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.95 for children and seniors and $10.95 for adults.
Tuesday, March 15
If you want a night out with your besties the Alamo Draft House Mason Road is having a girlie night. They will have a special screening at 7:30 p.m. of “Clueless.” Starring Alicia Silverstone this 1995 comedy about High School is still relevant today thanks to Amy Heckerling’s hip screenplay. Tickets are $6.00 per person.
Wednesday, March 16
AMC Studio 30 has a 6:30 viewing this evening of “Carmen” in 3-D with English sub-titles. You will be fully immersed in this adaptation of the opera by Georges Bizet. One of the world’s most famous operas it is co-produced by London’s Royal Opera House. It is a gripping tales of love and jealousy. If you have not been able to view this masterpiece on stage this is the next best thing. Tickets for this special event are $14.00 for adults, $13.00 for senior citizens and $11.00 for children. Each ticket will also have an additional $1.00 surcharge.
Thursday, March 17
Tonight at the Alamo Draft House West Oaks you can catch another installment of their popular Tough Guy Cinema tonight at 7:30 p.m. The perfect theater for the guys to hang out, relax have some snacks and a beer with their movie. They are showing the original “Predator” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. The ultimate testosterone filled man movie full of guns, blood and explosions. Prices are $8.00 per person.
Friday, March 18
The Aurora Picture Show is having a special free viewing at Mandell Park of the movie “Orbit.” The night of festivities begins at 7:00 p.m. with a performance by Space City Gamelan, an Indonesian orchestra. While you enjoy the music gardeners from the Friends of Mandell Park will host tours of Meredith Gardens. The movie “Orbit”, is a collection of short films one for each planet in our solar system. You will learn about our solar system outside under the stars. Black Hole Café will be there will refreshments. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs, you can also bring snacks but no glass containers.
Saturday, March 19
The Midnight Movie Madness presentation at the Landmark Theater tonight is “Shock Treatment.” The creative team of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” has brought Brad and Janet again a few years later in their hometown. This musical is about the two leads a few years later now married; their hometown is now a giant television station where they are trapped. Will they and their marriage survive? Showtime starts at 11:45 p.m.; tickets are $9.75 for adults and $7 for children and seniors.
Sunday, March 20
The Museum Of Fine Arts Houston is screening “Berlin 36,” from the Houston Jewish Film Festival at 7:00 p.m. Based on the true events from the 1936 Olympics where Americans threatened to boycott the Olympics if the German team did not allow Jewish competitors on their team. It is an emotional poignant film that needs to be told. The film is in German with English sub-titles. Tickets for this special event are $10.00 per person.