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Film Day, Fun Day returns to Cary theater

Posted July 2

Courtesy: The town of Cary

The Cary Theater's Film Day, Fun Day series is back this month with two weekday morning screenings.

Tickets are just $1 for the kid-friendly movies, which also includes a play area up front for kids, who aren't inclined to stay seated for an entire movie. The theater actually replaces the first few rows of chairs with play mats so the kids can spread out and play while the movie is on the big screen. It's a great way to cool off on a hot summer morning!

Here's the schedule:

11 a.m., July 11: "Rock-A-Doodle"

Here's a description of the G-rated animated movie from 1992: "When Chanticleer the Rooster (Glenn Campbell) is tricked into leaving town to seek fame as an Elvis-style Las Vegas singer, his farm is plunged into eternal darkness. This animated musical from Don Bluth centers on a young farm boy who embarks on a magical journey into the animal world to try and bring Chanticleer home."

11 a.m., July 25: "Bee Movie"

Here's a description of the PG-rated movie (a favorite in my house): "Barry B. Benson (voice of Jerry Seinfeld) is your average honeybee. Despite having recently received his diploma from bee college and being virtually guaranteed a bright future in honey, Barry feels he has the skills to pursue a number of different career paths and resents the fact that his employment opportunities are strictly limited to producing the sweet nectar. Upon breaking away from the hive and developing a friendship with an insect-loving New York florist (voice of Renée Zellweger), Barry makes the shocking discovery that human beings eat honey in mass quantities. Having finally found his calling in life, the infuriated Barry decides to sue the human race for stealing all of the honey that his fellow bees work so hard to produce."

The theater is at 122 E. Chatham St., Cary.

Our free and cheap movie database has information about other movie series in the region.

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