codes for the web site gofobo.com
and their advance movie screenings. The
site also awards movie prize packs and shares
"5th Avenue Cinema, on the Portland State
University campus, offers free/cheap movies
which are open to the public. Most showtimes
are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. We screen an
eclectic selection of camp, cult, classic, and
contemporary independent and mainstream films.
Oregon's only student run cinema has been
operating non-profit since 1989. Our goals are
to provide further education for PSU students
interested in film, as well as a fun place for
people to see something they wouldn’t
ordinarily get to see on the big screen. The
general public is always invited to attend and
there is FREE popcorn at every show.
Admission is free for PSU students,
faculty, staff & alumni w/ID; $2 for all
other students & seniors; and $3 General
||Located in the Montavilla
neighborhood near SE 82nd & Stark.
Three screens showing second-run flicks.
Only $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and $3 for
kids. Special days include: Monday
Movie Madness (watch any two consecutive movies
for $6 adults, $5 for children and seniors); Two
for Tuesdays (buy one ticket, get one
free). Pizza, beer and babysitting is
available. See website for more details.
|Located in close-SE Portland off
of 20th & Hawthorne, this is an independent
single-screen theater that shows first-run
movies, second-run films and classics.
All showings before 6pm are Matinees = $5.00 per
All showings after 6pm are General Admission =
$7.00 per person
Children under 11, Seniors 62 and over, Military
and Student with ID are all $5.00 per person
locations in the Portland area. Special
discount price of only $6.50 for the first
matinee showtime of the day. All movies*,
7 days a week. *RealD 3D – Early Bird Ticket
Price Plus Premium. Excludes Cinemark XD, and
IMAX and special engagements. You can also
sign up for Cinemark's weekly email to receive
free weekly concession coupons.
Mill Plain 8
Tightwad Tuesdays at the Mill Plain
location, and only in the Grand
Auditoriums. Choose the Living Room
Theater and pay only $8. These prices are
good for all movies on Tuesdays with no
restrictions. In addition, they offer $2
popcorn & $2.50 Coors Draft.
Castle's Wunderland Cinemas
|Located in SE Portland at
and their brand new location in Beaverton.
Features second run movies. Only $3.00 for
adults and $2.50 for seniors and children age 11
and under. $1 up charge for 3D movies.
There is a separate admission charge for game
Cinemas Oak Grove 8
|Submission from Eric (12/02/2013)
"This theater offers all the latest new
releases for a reasonable $5.00 before
is $4 for all shows, $5 for 3D. All ages
okay before 6:00pm, then it's 21 and over.
Monday night is Dollar Night -- yep, see a movie
for a buck ($2 for 3D)! Shows second-run
features, here are recent blurbs from the Oregonian
and the Portland
||Located in close
SE-Portland on 20th & Burnside, offering
four screens showing second-run flicks and
special oldies. $4 admission for adults,
$3 for seniors (and shows before 6:00pm) and $2
for children 12 and under. Minors are
allowed with parent or guardian for shows
starting before 5:30pm; after 5:30pm, only
adults 21 and over are allowed.
Features pizza, draft beer, wine and the
usual array of concessions.
||Located in downtown
Portland, showing independent films and some
mainstream flicks on high-definition digital
movie projection. Mondays and Tuesdays all
movies are just $5 (except on holidays and 3-D
presentations). If you are student or
educator, show your ID and get admission for
just $6. Matinees before 5:00pm are
$7. Features plush recliners, alcohol and
gourmet food service.
||Locations around the
Portland area includes the Bagdad, Mission,
Kennedy School, Grand Lodge, Edgefield and St.
Johns. Shows second-run flicks as well as
sporting events, cult classics, sing-alongs and
TV shows (like the Walking Dead!). $3
admission. See individual movie pub
schedules or use their search box for special
offers such as 'Burger, Beer & Movie night
for $12' or 'Two Dollar Tuesdays.'
|Shows second run movies at $3 for
all seats and all show times. Part of the
Portlander Inn & Marketplace
||Regal Cinemas on the
cheap? It can be done...
First off, buy the Entertainment book and use
the $2 off coupons; there is even a free
admission coupon on your birthday (for any
movie, including 3-D presentations!) Then,
be sure to sign up for the free Regal Crown
Club. Every time you go and present your
card for tracking, you accumulate points.
Get enough and receive a voucher for a free
popcorn, soda pop, or even a movie ticket.
Plus, when you see a movie on a Tuesday and show
your Regal card, you get a voucher for a $2
small popcorn (you used to get popcorn free
every Tuesday, but Regal has done away with this
and now you must pay)! Sign up for the
The chain also offers 'Regal
Value Days,' when movie tickets are only
$5 - $5.50 all day long on Tuesdays only, and at
select theaters. The theaters in the
Portland area are Hilltop 9, Wilsonville Stadium
9, Tigard Cinemas 11, Sherwood Stadium 10,
Evergreen Parkway Stadium 13, Movies on TV
Stadium 16 and Vancouver's Cinema 99 near Hazel
Dell and City Center 12. There is an
additional $3.50 upcharge for any 3D movies on
In the summer time, they show children's movies
for $1 admission at select theaters on Tuesdays
and Wednesdays beginning at 10:00am for 'Summer
theater on Sandy Boulevard in Portland, where
Fremont and 72nd meet. All seats, all
showtimes are $7; 3D features are $9.
Classical theater with a lot of history behind
Johns Twin Cinemas
first-run movies for just $5 during matinee
screenings (before 6:00pm), and $7 for evening
showtimes. Serves up local brews and
pizza; adults only after 8:00pm.
||Located in Beaverton and
showing second-run flicks on 3 screens.
Admission is just $4 for all ages and all movie
times. Serves beer and pizza, and only
cash is accepted. Special Monday admission
of just $1 per ticket!