Holly Jolly Hollywood

Description

Holly Jolly Hollywood is coming to town! Come out of the cold and into our theater for holiday cheer that will warm even the most frost-bitten of hearts. As always, we’re screening your favorite holiday classics alongside new and exciting picks.
Whether you want to make season’s greeting cards and watch Miracle on 34th Street, gorge on tasty baked treats during Little Women, or dress up in your freshest 90s fashions for Edward Scissorhands, the Nick is your winter wonderland.

Thank you to our sponsor:
Mast General Store

Schedule

Dec 17

It’s a Wonderful Life

The matinee on December 17 is sold out but tickets to our December 18 presentation of It's a Wonderful Life are still available!

This film is part of our Holly Jolly Hollywood Series. $5 tickets are available for children ages 12 and under.

Director: Frank Capra

Do you really think we’d let a holiday season pass without the film in which the protagonist gleefully exclaims: “Merry Christmas, movie house!”?

Recreated, referenced, and parodied countless times over decades of pop culture, It’s a Wonderful Life is a celebration of human generosity and kindness. James Stewart brings the same same wide-eyed good intentions that epitomized his role in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, to tell the story of George Bailey, a man who has lived his life deferring his dreams for the sake of others. A story of love, humor, wit and heartbreak, It’s a Wonderful Life follows George as he marries his sweetheart (the dazzling Donna Reed), advocates for affordable housing and combats the greed of the town’s cruel business leader Mr. Potter. A movie for anyone who likes their Holiday Season with a heavy helping of renewed hope and a sing -a-long ending of “Auld Lang Syne.”

Thank you to our sponsor:
Mast General Store

Dec 24

Miracle on 34th Street

This film is part of our Holly Jolly Hollywood Series. $5 tickets are available for children ages 12 and under.

Director: George Seaton

Come early for special holiday card making!

You can always count on a screening of the timeless holiday classic Miracle on 34th Street at the Nick during the Holidays.  It’s the cinematic equivalent of a hot cup of cocoa: sweet, seasonal and heartwarming. In this 1947 gem, a hard working realist, Doris (Maureen O’Hara), hires Kris Kringle (aka Santa Claus) as Macy’s resident Santa when they’re original hire ends up to have less-than-saintly habits. Though Doris is skeptical, Kris soon becomes a hit with the company owner and shoppers alike for his commitment to character and honest-to-a-fault attitude. Even Doris’s equally no-nonsense daughter (played by a then-8-year-old Natalie Wood) is won over. However, jealous co-workers aren’t so charmed by Kris’s insistence that he is the real Santa Claus, and soon he’s involved in an epic court battle to prove his sanity and identity. Beloved by generations of cynics and dreamers alike!

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Mast General Store