Pollack Tempe Cinemas will open its doors to movie fans of all ages on March 24 when it hosts a free movie night in support of Prop 123.
Attendees will have a choice of viewing three popular family-friendly movies that will entertain and capture the imagination of movie goers of all ages. In addition to watching a free movie, attendees will have an opportunity to learn more about Prop 123.
Prop 123 is a ballot measure that, if approved, will provide $3.5 billion in additional K-12 public education without raising taxes.
The family friendly lineup will include Jack Black’s 2003 hit “School of Rock,” the 2014 live action/computer animated film “Paddington,” and the 2006 comedy “Night at the Museum,” starring Ben Stiller. Seats will be on a first-come, first-served.
Pollack Tempe Cinemas is sure to fill up quickly, and attendees are encouraged to show up early in order to catch one of these three movies and learn about Prop 123.
“It is our pleasure to offer FREE admission to our cinemas for movie lovers and Prop 123 supporters,” said Michael Pollack, owner of Pollack Tempe Cinemas. “It is imperative that we protect and invest in the education of our youngest Arizonans. We look forward to hosting movie fans and providing information on how we can improve funding for education in order to make sure our state’s youth get the skills they need for continued success.”