Here’s Looking At You, Kid – “Casablanca” returns to the Brattle

Image by late night movie via Flickr

It’s that time of year again. Valentine’s Day – a day to share with the one you love. And a lot of people share it each year at Cambridge’s Brattle Theatre.

“Casablanca” shows every year at the Brattle during the Valentine’s Day weekend, and this year is no exception.  And it almost always sells out, so if you haven’t got your tickets yet, you better grab ’em while you can.

Brattle members (like us) get a slight discount, but even for the general public, tickets for this Bogie/Bergman classic are more than affordable. $9.75 per person gets you in for the romance, the intrigue, and all those classic bits of movie dialogue.

The Brattle also runs a special where you can get two reserved seats plus a special gift from the Brattle for $50 per couple.

“Casablanca” is showing Sunday, Feburary 13th at 1:30, 4:15, 7:00 and 9:45; the 4:30 showing will feature a special introduction and Q+A with novelist Leslie Epstein. Mr. Epstein’s father Philip G. Epstein and uncle Julius J. Epstein received an Academy Award for Best Screenplay for their work on CASABLANCA.

“Casablanca” will also be showing on Monday, February 14th at 4:15, 7:00 and 9:45.

There is no better way to spend Valentine’s Day with the one you love – so get your tickets today before they sell out. And tell the Brattle that you read about it in Boston Popcorn!