June 21, 2024

Favourite bozeman cinema picks

Favourite bozeman cinema picks

Bozeman is taking leaps and bounds to becoming a vibrant arts town. There are tons of art galleries, eclectic shops, and now our first cinema.

There are so many movies that it’s hard to narrow them down-suffice to say there is something for everyone.

This week the cinema bozeman debuted after four long years of renovation. 

Along with the opening came four nights of celebration-pastries donated by Bakery Nouveau, wine donated by Gallatin Vineyards, champagne donated by Bertolli Selections’ Peppermill Winery, and chocolate donated by Rogue Creamery’s New York Supermarket–chocolate sculptures created by local artist Michael Martens were on display throughout the evening.

The cinema’s original owner, Greg Copeland, had this to say about the cinema’s opening “We’ve broken ground on so much stuff in this town. But we never said ‘OK, let’s go downtown and build a movie theater.’ 

But now we can. It’s nice to have a place where people can enjoy a glass of wine or beer and watch a movie.”

There are two theaters at the Cinema:

 The Main, which holds around 115 people and has surround sound for both music and movies.

 The second is called the Bozeman Picturehouse which holds 40 people with a three foot projector screen that is surrounded by a wall of speakers.

Some of the favourite Bozeman Cinema’s :

1. The Hangover Part III – 

This is quite possibly the best third installment in any series. It uses all the best parts of the original and adds a new twist to make it our favorite finale yet!

 We recommend it for anyone you love! The only problem with this movie is that you’ll forget all about why you loved these characters in the first place because of how funny it is! 

Combining comedy, action, horror, and sci-fi, this movie stands out as one that will be talked about for years to come. -Christopher B.

2. Night of the Living Dead- 

This is probably one of the best horror movies ever made. Sure it’s kind of dated but seeing this movie will give you chills! -Christopher B.

3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn- 

We’re huge fans of the Twilight Saga and we loved the final installment, Breaking Dawn . It’s definitely not what most people expected but it was an amazing finale! 

The acting was incredible and all the actors had great chemistry with each other, especially Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart!

 As much as we loved Robsten, there were times where they got on each other’s nerves but they made up for it by making us fall in love even more with them! -Samantha A.

4. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.

This movie was so good and engaging and it’s based on a franchise we loved when we were kids! It was well-done and had an amazing soundtrack! -Brianna H.

5. It’s A Wonderful Life – 

A Christmas classic that is just as great now as when it first came out in 1946! James Stewart is such a great actor and this movie is just such a classic that everyone should watch it at least once in their lifetime! 

It has one of the best endings to any movie ever made! -Megan S.

6. Titanic- 

One of our favorite movies of all time. It’s absolutely amazing and we always watch it on our anniversary! -Mark H.

7. The End Of The Tour- 

The book, “Infinite Jest” is one of our favorites and we were really excited to learn that there was going to be a movie coming out about David Foster Wallace and the book.

 This movie stars Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace and Jesse Eisenberg as David Lipsky (the journalist who interviews Wallace for Rolling Stone ).

 It’s great because we get to see both sides of the story and it allows us to get a better understanding of who Wallace was as a person, which is something he never did in real life (he was very private). -Megan S.

8. The Godfather Part II- 

This movie was amazing! It was very suspenseful and it showed us how the mafia worked back in the day. 

We got to learn a lot about the characters, especially Vito Corleone, his family, and how he became who he was as a boss. -Justin R.

9. Spirited Away- 

Probably one of our favorite movies ever made on a family-friendly level! The animation is so beautiful and the story was so engaging! 

It’s also very unique because this isn’t a Disney movie but it’s still an amazing movie that everyone will enjoy! -William B.

10. 12 Years a Slave- 

This is our favorite movie on Netflix right now and we think everyone should see it! It’s based on the book “12 Years a Slave” by Solomon Northup (who was actually played by Chiwetel Ejiofor in the movie).

 This movie gave us all of the feels and showed you why slavery wasn’t right…it was heartbreaking but great.

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