CATEGORIES Summer Movies


Looking for some free outdoor movies to watch during the warmer months? All across the country, summertime means grabbing a cooler and a beach blanket and catching a film outdoors, or stocking up on popcorn to watch a free movie in a comfortable air conditioned theater.

Moviefone has the lowdown on free summer movies in Austin, Boston, Brooklyn, Portland, Washington DC, Atlanta, Denver, Miami, New York City and Los Angeles. Get cozy with some classics, enjoy some family fare or take on themed and voting nights in cities across the country.


Looking for some free outdoor movies to watch during the warmer months? All across the country, summertime means grabbing a cooler and a beach blanket and catching a film outdoors, or stocking up on popcorn to watch a free movie in a comfortable air conditioned theater.

Moviefone has the lowdown on free summer movies in Austin, Boston, Brooklyn, Portland, Washington DC, Atlanta, Denver, Miami, New York City and Los Angeles. Get cozy with some classics, enjoy some family fare or take on themed and voting nights in cities across the country.



ATLANTA

Free movies will be shown at various locations throughout the city during the summer.


CloudyMall of Georgia: Movies Under The Stars
Movies are every Saturday at 6:30PM and kick off with live music beforehand. Kids are welcome and are able to get prizes from a prize wheel before the movie.

July 31: 'Alvin and The Chipmunks Squeakquel'



AUSTIN

Tommy BoyMovie fans can vote for what flicks they'll watch this summer in Austin at 101X's "Revenge of the Movie." The free films will be shown on Wednesday nights at Central Market (40th and N. Lamar) starting June 16. Check here to vote each week and round out the station's summer movie festival.

August 5: 'Beetlejuice'
August 11: 'Ghostbusters'
August 18: 'The Dark Knight'

More movies will be added to the schedule as voting continues.

BOSTON

TootsieIf you're looking for some free classic movies by moonlight, look no further than the Boston Harbor Hotel's summer series by the same name. Free movies, most celebrating old Hollywood, can be seen every Friday at sunset starting June 18 until September 3. The view from the Rowes Wharf Sea Grille provides a beautiful backdrop -- and a place to order food.

August 6: 'All About Eve'
August 13: 'Tootsie'
August 20: 'All The President's Men'
August 27: 'The Adventures of Robin Hood'
September 3: 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

Free movies are also shown every Friday at sunset at the Boston Hatch Shell. The schedules for 2010 has not yet been announced, but check back here for updates soon.



BROOKLYN, NY

DreamgirlsSyfy Presents Brooklyn Bridge's Movies With A View this year on the newly opened Pier 1. The outdoor film series begins at 8PM preceded by live music at 6PM.

August 5: 'Brokeback Mountain'
August 12: 'Dreamgirls'
August 19: 'The Blues Brothers'
August 26: 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade'
September 2: Public Vote! Check back at brooklynbridgepark.org for details



DENVER

Tom HanksMovies are shown outside on the Infinity Park Jumbotron in Glendale for Monday Movie Madness. Gates open at 7PM. Free movies will start at 8PM. People can bring blankets, picnic baskets, etc. (no alcohol or pets).

August 9th: 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'
August 23rd: 'Invictus'
August 30th: 'Twilight'



LOS ANGELES

BeetlejuiceLA's Cinespia lets moviegoers watch a movie in a cemetery on summer Saturdays. Bring a picnic basket, a blanket and alcohol, but not a pet. Gates open at 7PM and the movies start at 8:30PM. at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. The screenings are free, but a $10 donation ticket is available at the gate.

July 31: 'Airplane'
August 7: 'All About Eve'
August 14: 'The Sting'
August 21: 'Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory'
August 28: 'Goodfellas'
August 29: 'Wild Style'

MIAMI

Wallace and GromitSouthland Mall Stadium 16 on S. Dixie Highway will have free movies running for families throughout the summer. Check here for showtimes.

August 3 - August 4: 'Charlotte's Web,' 'Monsters Vs. Aliens'
August 10 - August 11: 'Pirates Who Don't Do Anything,' 'Night At The Museum II'


NEW YORK CITY

Rosemary's BabyThe 2010 Bryant Park Film Festival shows classic films on Mondays in the park between 40th and 42nd Streets. The park opens at 5PM, and films start rolling about a half hour after that. Bring a blanket or watch from one of 4,000 lawn chairs set up on the sidelines.

August 2: 'Rosemary's Baby'
August 9: 'The Goodbye Girl'
August 16: 'Twelve Angry Men'
August 23: 'Bonnie and Clyde'


PORTLAND

Muppets from SpaceRegal Entertainment Cinemas sponsors free family movies at the Lloyd Mall 8 at the Lloyd Center Mall in Portland. Showtimes are available here.

August 3 - August 5: 'Rugrats In Paris,' 'Kung Fu Panda'
August 10 - August 12: 'Wallace and Gromit,' 'Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs'
August 17 - August 19: 'Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius,' 'Monsters Vs. Aliens'
August 24 - August 25: 'Doogal,' 'Hotel For Dogs'


WASHINGTON, DC

Bonnie and ClydeScreen on the Green
This series showcases classic movies at 8PM Mondays on the lawn of the National Mall. The screen is located off Constitution Ave between 4th and 7th Streets. For more info on the movies, go here.

August 2: 'Bonnie and Clyde'