Outdoor cinema – ‘Home Alone’
‘Home Alone’ – pop-up cinema – classic family Christmas outdoor movie entertainment (PG13). Rietvlei Farm, Fri 12 at 17h00.
Enjoy the big screen outdoors – relive the nostalgia of the old drive-ins.
Pop-up cinema takes you back to when the movie was only part of the main attraction. Take your blankets and pillows, family and friends and enjoy ‘Home Alone’ whilst you picnic in the park-like surroundings of Rietvlei Farm
It’s Christmas and the McCallisters are getting ready to leave for vacation, but oversleep on the day of their departure and barely make it to their flight. When airborne they realise they forgot Kevin who is thrilled to have the house to himself. However, a pair of burglars have robbed a number of houses in the neighbourhood and now have their sights on the McCallister home.
Age restriction: PG
Adults R 65
Children (3-12 years) R 35
Children (under 3 years) Free
Tickets can be bought online at Quicket or at the gate (depending on availability).
Tickets may also be bought by EFT:
FNB – MEYERSDAL
BRANCH CODE: 200-023
Please use your initial and surname as the reference on your EFT payment
Gates open at 17h30, movie starts at 19h30.
Refreshments will be on sale.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS AN ALCOHOL-FREE EVENT.
Whilst the event organisers state that this movie is suitable for all ages, I’M BORED offers the following cautionary advice from the movie review at Common Sense Media:
“Parents need to know that while this film is based on the classic 1960s sitcom, it’s a much darker comedy with more sophisticated humour. While the movie is fun, it contains violent images and strong sexual innuendo. It also contains scenes featuring the use of various weapons and torture devices. Parents also need to know that while the characters are likeable, their behavior is sometimes mean-spirited. Parents should exercise caution and may want to preview before allowing tweens to watch.”
Common Sense Media recommends an age restriction of PG13 and describes it as a ‘dark comedy with macabre humour for teens’.
Where: Rietvlei Farm, Swartkoppies Road, Alberton South