Looking for a cinematic experience this weekend?
There are several Fort Worth theatres to choose from for students on a tight budget. StarPlex Cinemas, located 6330 Hulen Bend Blvd., may be your stop. Tickets are $5.50 all day for students upon presentation of a school ID For further inquiries call the movie line at 682-263-0001 or to preorder tickets visit www.starplexcinemas.com.For students that enjoy walking around the mall before their movie starts, visit Rave Motion Pictures Ridgmar 13 located at the Ridgmar Mall, 2300 Green Oaks Road. Tickets are $7.50 for students. Stores located in the mall include Neiman Marcus, Hot Topic and JCPenny. e movie line is 817-566-0025 or visit www.ravemotionpictures.com to order tickets early.Students in need of an IMAX experience may and the Omni- theatre at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History suitable. Tickets to the Omni theatre are $5 and from now until Feb. 4, all museum exhibits are free. Students get the most for their money, enjoying most of what the museum has to offer for $5.00 e museum also has a planetarium with a laser show for $3. For show times and questions visit www.fwmuseum.org or call 817-255-9300. Students can also have dinner and a movie at the same time at the West 7th Street Movie Tavern located at 2872 Crockett St. Tickets are $7.50 for students. Movie Tavern serves pizza, burgers, smoothies, margaritas and of course movie favorites such as popcorn and candy. You can access the full menu online as well as show times by visiting www.movietavern.com or you can the movie line at 628-507-8100. For those that would like to enjoy a movie night in, there is a Redbox located at 7-Eleven, 2536 E. Lancaster Ave. ere are also Redbox kiosks at Walgreens and the CVS/pharmacy at E. Lancaster Ave and Oakland Blvd. . To check what movies and games Redbox has at each kiosk, visit www.redbox.com or call 866-733-2693.
Students find movie options on a budget