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Movie at Meadowbrook
Meadowbrook Farm
North Bend, WA
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Movie at Meadowbrook
Drive in Movie presented by the North Bend Downtown Foundation at Meadowbrook Farm... bring your own delicious local take out dinner, safely enjoy a fun movie while hanging out with your family and friends (in your car).

Gates open at 8:00 pm and movie begins at 9:15 pm - Rain or shine!  

Maximum Five People per Car, Social Distancing will be in place.  Let's have fun, stay safe, and enjoy a hilarious movie together


Showing Galaxy Quest -- fun, quirky, family friendly classic.
In this sci-fi spoof, Tim Allen, Alan Rickman, and Sigourney Weaver play washed-up stars of a cheesy Star Trek-style show that ended nearly 20 years ago. Believing that the reruns they watched are real, a group of aliens head to Earth to ask for their help. The TV stars find themselves on a real-life replica of their television series spaceship, lovingly constructed by the aliens to replicate every detail from the show. Put in a real-life confrontation with a lizard-looking tyrant, the cast tries to remember lines and plots from old episodes to help them defeat him. The premise leads to hilarious lines and situations that play on both Star Trek and the actors' hang-ups. For example, Rickman's Spock/McCoy-hybrid character stares glumly at his alien gill make-up in the mirror and murmurs about the time he got five curtain calls as Richard III. Sigourney Weaver, the sexy Lt. Uhura equivalent, repeats everything the computer says. Tony Shaloub as the spaceship's Scottie-like mechanic and Sam Rockwell as the imperiled expendable officer also deliver hilarious lines.

Parents need to know that this fun, kid-friendly adventure includes some cartoonish sci-fi violence (some of it rather gross) and one sad death. Also, a character gets so drunk that he passes out and is then very hung over, and there are mild references to Allen's character sleeping "with every Terakian slave girl and moon princess" on the show.   But, please check out the reviews and ratings prior to bringing your younger than 13 year olds to the show.  There is "some" profanity and adult humor.

Location

Meadowbrook Farm (View)
1711 Boalch Avenue
North Bend, WA 98045
United States

Categories

Film > Movies
Film > Outdoor

Minimum Age: 8
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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