GET REEL Film Series: Films al Fresco
Four family friendly films are Made in S.A. and feature the Alamo city as a leading character. In celebration of San Antonio 300, summer GET REEL films screen outdoors on the museum grounds. Note the later start time.
General admission to the Museum is free on Thursday nights. Refreshments available for purchase.
When his beloved bicycle is stolen at a shopping mall, Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens) sets across the country on the adventure of a lifetime. Believing his bike is in the basement of the Alamo, Pee-wee hitchhikes to Texas charming bikers, waitresses, and movie producers along the way. In his first feature film, Tim Burton directs and Danny Elfman composes the score.
USA. 1985. English. 91 min. Color. PG. Warner Bros.
The Wes Anderson Film Festival features free outdoor screenings of all 9 Wes Anderson Films. wesandersonfilmfestival.com
Immersed in the video game world of Cloak & Dagger, Davey Osborne (Henry Thomas) spins elaborate fantasies with his hero Captain Jack Flack (Dabney Coleman). Upon realizing that his video-game cartridge contains important military secrets, Davey becomes the real-life target of a daring spy drama.
USA. 1984. English. 101 min. Color. PG. Universal Pictures
In order to prevent an act of domestic terrorism, tough FBI agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) must soften her image to go undercover in the Miss United States beauty to pageant. Assisted by beauty pageant coach (Michael Caine) and her partner (Benjamin Bratt), Hart befriends fellow contestants in hopes of discovering the pageant plot.
USA. 2000. English. 109 min. Color. PG-13. Warner Bros.
In the true story of Selena Quintanilla-Perez, Jennifer Lopez plays the Tejano music star and Grammy Award-wining artist. From her early days singing at her parent’s restaurant to selling out stadiums, the film recounts a Texas-born girl with big dreams whose legacy continues today.
USA. 1997. English. 127 min. Color. PG. Warner Bros.