Cinemark Summer $1 Movie Clubhouse Schedule

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10 Fun Films for $5 or $1 per show at Tinseltown Cinemark!

Head over to Tinseltown Cinemark this summer and enjoy an awesome movie deal for kids! This is in one of JM’s BEST Summer Bucket List items!

2019 Schedule Below!

Individual theaters determine what day of the week and time the clubhouse movies will be shown. The movie order also varies from theater to theater so visit Cinemark’s website to find out when your local theater will be showing the clubhouse movies.

Tinseltown will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings at 9:30 am

Here is the list of movies showing during the Cinemark Summer Movie Clubhouse 2019:

  • June 3,4, and 5 – Despicable Me 3
  • June 10,11, and 12 – Peter Rabbit
  • June 17,18, and 19 – Dr. Seuss The Grinch
  • June 24,25, and 26 – How to Train Your Dragon
  • July 1,2, and 3 – Smallfoot
  • July 8,9, and 10 – Kung Fu Panda
  • July 15, 16, and 17 – The Lego Movie
  • July 22, 23, and 24 – Spongebob Squarepants Out of Water
  • July 29, 30, and 31 – Sherlock Gnomes
  • August 5,6, and 7 – Hotel Transylvania 3

Check out showtimes and get a coupon for popcorn and a drink here!

Be sure to also check out Regal’s summer movie program.

 

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Krista Dyr
Krista is a wife and mom to four crazy kids and one rambunctious puppy. Originally from Ocala, Krista moved to Jacksonville in 2010 and quickly fell in love with her new home. She finished her degree online three weeks after giving birth to her 3rd sweet baby but is currently “employed” as a domestic engineer. Krista loves being a stay at home mom but tries to keep busy! In her spare time, she enjoys crafting and attempting Pinterest creations with wood, vinyl, and paint. She is also very involved with her kid's school and is that PTA president that’s always there, sometimes with an extra kid or two. You can usually find Krista with a messy bun, her ice water in a giant Yeti, awkward dancing, and using sarcasm to help coordinate all the chaos.

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