In the 80s, there were quite enough popular movies about teamwork, solidarity, leadership and being cool. There was just one popular movie about isolation and friendship. That movie was Steven Spielberg’s E.T, the Extra Terrestrial (1982). The director’s first movie for young audiences managed to form a moving, tight-knit story about Elliot, a lonely boy who encounters an alien called E.T. trying to make it back to his mothership. Elliot is willing to assist him—but that task becomes easier said than done as Elliot has to find ways to hide the alien from his family. He soon realizes that there are other people out there—bad people— looking for E.T. The entire family will enjoy this iconic boy-meets alien story. Part of our new Sunday Funday series, the movie will be a matinee accompanied by a family activity!
Rated PG | Drama/Fantasy 2h 1 minute
SUN | JAN 26 at 2PM
TICKETS $6 • $5 BAC Members