Established 1917, the Max Theatres is known for providing a unique moving going experience by dishing up a little nostalgia mixed with all the current popular films at a very reasonable price. While visiting, don't forget to try one of our specialty sweet drinks, our Coffee Espresso Bar, or some of our acclaimed popcorn!
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From our Facebook poll...
The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
Before J.J. Abrams got his blockbuster paws on the Star Trek franchise, there was no debate: Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan was the best of the series. Sure, some would say The Voyage Home was their favorite because it's funny, but that's a whale of a debate that we can't possibly get into today.
Abrams' Star Trek films are a different breed, and there are certain things that are just better. Action sequences barely exist in the original sequel, while the special effects have evolved with phasers and beaming looking better than ever. There's also the uniforms: what is with the odd flap on the chest that is sometimes up and sometimes down? What purpose does this serve beyond bad fashion? Is it a way to cool off on those days when the Enterprise...
New York-based photographer Rä di Martino made a pilgrimage to the abandoned Star Wars film sets in central Tunisia. Dust, sand, and wind have eroded the structures there, but the artist located them on Google Earth, proving that the Internet is useful for some things. She was able to capture Luke Skywalker's fictional home among other ruins.
Di Martino also created a short, Petite histoire des plateaux abandonnès (Short History of Abandoned Sets), that looks at other forgotten film sets reclaimed by nature and the residents of the towns they exist in. The ghostly, but resilient fragments of architecture refuse to let cinema history die. A quick and random Google search indicates that Star Wars isn't well known in Tunisia, but places like the island...