Gates Open at 6:00 pm
Movie Starts at 8:00 pm
If you attended Movie Night on August 29th, please bring your receipt in for free admission on September 19th.
A perfect way to enjoy the last lingering moments of the summer, and culminating event of our 2013 Date Night series - an outdoor movie under the stars. Directed by David O Russell, "Silver Linings Playbook" is a family comedy and love story based on the bestselling novel by Matthew Quick. It stars Bradley Cooper and Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence. Rated 14A (may contain violence, coarse language, and/or nudity).
The Birch Patio will be offering its regular selection of soup, sandwiches, special bowl, salads, hot and cold beverages, ice cream, wine and beer until 9pm. In addition, there will be a concession in the Kurimoto Japanese Garden with popcorn, candy, pop and goodies (cash only).
Proceeds from Movie Night admissions and candy concession will support the DBG Green School Program.
Movie Night is free with paid admission to the Garden. Special Date Night admission rates apply.
Date Night admission rates: Adults $11 / Seniors $8 / Students $6 / Child $3 / FOG Member $8 / Garden Season Pass Holder $8
*No coupons, passes or discounts for Movie Night
- Bring your own LOW lawn chair or small blanket (no tarps)
- Seating is limited; advance ticket purchase strongly recommended
- Dress for the weather - August evenings can be chilly
- No refunds.
Call 780-987-3054 ext. 2243 to reserve your ticket.
Silver Linings Playbook – What the critics say:
“An enormously entertaining, crowd-pleasing winner from the director whose comedic edge has never been sharper."
-Kevin Jagernauth, THE PLAYLIST
“Everything comes together brilliantly in Silver Linings Playbook - for the film's crazed but uncrazy lovers; for the filmmaker, and best of all for lucky us."
-Joe Morgenstern, WALL STREET JOURNAL
“Silver Linings is consistently entertaining with its scrappy, well-drawn characters, off beat humor and indefatigable positive outlook."
-Claudia Puig, USA TODAY
“Lawrence and Cooper have electric chemistry and the director pulls off one of the most satisfying romantic Hollywood endings seen in years."
- TORONTO GLOBE & MAIL