And as always it looks fantastic. The concept is fairly simple: “the Alamo takes an inflatable screen across the country and shows movies where they were shot or at places that are appropriate to show them. One year I saw The Warriors in Coney Island. It’s a great experience, and it’s always a lot of fun.”
One year the Goonies played in Astoria, OR, etc. Here’s this year’s itinerary courtesy of EW:
Aug. 6 Jackie Brown, at Los Angeles’ Del Amo Fashion Mall
Aug. 7 Dirty Harry, at San Francisco’s Washington Square Park
Aug. 8 There Will Be Blood, at California’s Kern County Museum
Aug. 8 Convoy, at the Ft. Davis drive-in in Las Vegas, N.M.
Aug. 13 The Blues Brothers, at Chicago’s Joliet Prison
Aug. 14 RoboCop, at Detroit’s Russell Industrial Center
Aug. 19 Rocky I-III, at the Philadelphia Art Museum
Aug. 20 On the Waterfront, at Hoboken’s Pier A
Aug. 27 The Godfather Part II, on a Manhattan rooftop near Little Italy
This year, I’d love to see Rocky I-III at the Philly Art Musuem. And we’re guessing that the Convoy screening date is merely a typo.