Cinemark Launches Best Movie Fest Ever

Best Movie Fest Ever!

Cinemark, one of the world’s largest motion picture exhibitors, has announced a partnership with Best Movie Fest Ever to present the first of its monthly film series at 10 Cinemark theatre locations across the country. “My Favorite Musicals,” featuring 3 award-winning musical classics, will take place on Saturday, July 26th and Tuesday, July 29th.

This mini film festival, which is being launched in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox, features all-time classic movies digitally re-mastered for the big screen: Academy Award® winning musical Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! (1955), Oscar-winning Moulin Rouge! (2001), and Academy Award-winning Hello, Dolly! (1969). Check out the trailer below!

The special 4K restoration of Oklahoma! will be screened at 30 frames per second — an identical frame rate as the film’s original release in 1955. Meticulously restored from 65mm Todd-AO elements by Twentieth Century Fox, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, and Fotokem, this stunning presentation captures as much detail from the film as possible. The beautiful images showcase the majesty of the frontier in a way never-before-seen and further magnified by the big screen!

The price to see all three films is just $15.

This includes special guest introductions, in-theatre promotions and giveaways, concession stand discounts, and a coupon good for savings on Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment purchases.

“My Favorite Musicals” will be presented at the following Cinemark Theatres:
– Century Huntington Beach and XD, Huntington Beach, CA
– Century Pleasant Hill 16 and XD, Pleasant Hill, CA
– Century Stadium Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
– Century San Francisco Centre and XD, San Francisco, CA
– Cinemark Palace and XD, Boca Raton, FL
– Century Evanston and XD, Evanston, IL
– Century Rio and XD, Albuquerque, NM
– Century South Point and XD, Las Vegas, NV
– Cinemark Tinseltown 20 and XD, Oklahoma City, OK
– Cinemark West Plano and XD, Plano, TX

The schedule of films are as follows:
Saturday, July 26, 2014:
– Hello Dolly 11:15 AM
– Moulin Rouge 2:20 PM
– Oklahoma! 5:00 PM

Tuesday, July 29, 2014:
– Hello Dolly 1:00 PM
– Moulin Rouge 4:15 PM
– Oklahoma! 7:00 PM

To purchase group and advance tickets, and for more information about additional in-theatre offerings, visit the participating theatre box office or go to


*I was not compensated for this post.


Cinemark Launches Best Movie Fest Ever — 26 Comments

  1. I Love Movies but I Really Love Live Musicals! Something about Seeing it Up Close for yourself is So Much Better than a Boring Old Movie! I Love Moulin Rouge or any Musical with Singing, Dancing, Romance, & Drama! It Sucks Living in a Small Town b/c we Never have Opportunities Like this where I live! For those of you who are Lucky Enough to go I Envy you! Have a Great Day Everyone! Jana Williams

  2. What a great deal to watch them all! Thanks for the location info too!

  3. Sounds like a fun event to go with a boyfriend or some friends, I love Moulin Rouge!

  4. Oh well, none are anywhere close to where we leave…. my daughter would have loved that

  5. I love musicals and these are movies I would love to see again, but I don’t think they are showing near me.

  6. I have seen all three movies on DVD. It would be interesting to see these movies on the big screen. Thank you for sharing this review.

  7. I loved Moulin Rouge. I wish this were closer. I am going to see Wicked on Saturday, so I thrilled for that

  8. Musicals are great to watch, and the pricing seems very reasonable. I would love to see all three of them. Great movies.

  9. Wow, wish it was here,maybe they will set something up for television for all that can not go. These are some of my favorite movies. Thanks for the post was very interesting.

  10. That’s a good price for the set. This would be an item to pick up now and use as a stocking stuffer later.

  11. Never been a fan of musicals ever since my mom took me to see Westside Story when I was 7 or 8. Hated it so much, it was like torture. Maybe it’s time I try out some of these classics.