Showcase Cinema de Lux Legacy Place offers guests the latest film releases along with dining and entertainment in a first class setting featuring our Lux Level, an exclusive 21 and older private area for our guests. Your experience will include private use of our Lux Lounge and additional menu and drink options. You may enjoy your food in the lounge or have it delivered to your reserved oversized leather auditorium seat. You may also order from our full menu directly to your seat with the simple touch of a button on your arm rest. Enjoy a meal, signature drink or quick snack before or after a film at our full service Studio 3 Restaurant and bar. Studio 3 offers a delicious selection of classic American fare and is open to guests of all ages. A kids menu is a perfect complement to a great day out with the family. Showcase Cinema de Lux offers great programs for the whole family, including our Popcorn Club for kids and Silver Screen program featuring popular “Hollywood” classics from yesteryear. With birthday party and conference facilities, assistance devices for the hearing and sight impaired, and full handicapped accessibility, the theatre offers amenities to suit all guests’ needs. To make your movie-going experience even easier, you may order your tickets online and print them at home. With great dining options, the latest movies, including those presented in 3D, and special programs for the whole family, Showcase Cinema de Lux is your ultimate entertainment destination!
Advanced Movie Screening of NEIGHBORS at
Showcase Cinema de Lux
Wednesday, April 23rd at 7:00PM
Complimentary passes are available at the following stores:
bluemercury, Chocolate Therapy, Legacy Place Guest Services, and T-Mobile
One pass allowed per person, admits two
Hurry! Passes go quickly and are available only while they last.
Seating is not guaranteed. Arrive at least 30 minutes early to help ensure entry.
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Baby Pictures @ Noon Admission $6.00
May 1st: The Other Woman
Film title is subject to change. Please contact theatre for specific film information
April 14th: So's Your Aunt Emma (Comedy, 1943, 62 min.) Zasu Pitts, Roger Pryor. A spinster gets mixed up with boxers and a crime gang.
April 21st: Kansas City Confidential (Film Noir, 1952, 99 min.) John Payne, Coleen Gray. An ex-con is framed for a crime he didn't commit. This feature will not be shown in Massachusetts theatres due to the Patriot's Day holiday.
April 28th: The Black Book (Adventure, 1949, 89 min.) Robert Cummings, Arlene Dahl. Also know as Reign of Terror.
May 5th: The Big Wheel (Action, 1949, 92 min.) Mickey Rooney, Hattie McDaniel. A mechanic becomes a race car driver.
May 12th: Love Laughs at Andy Hardy (Romantic Comedy, 1946, 95 min.) Mickey Rooney, Bonita Granville. Andy leaves the military, goes to college and finds romance.
May 19th: The Stranger (Film Noir, 1946, 127 min.) Edward G. Robinson, Loretta Young, Orson Welles. A government official seeks out a war criminal in New England.
May 26th: No presentation due to the Memorial Day Holiday
Film titles and dates are occasionally subject to change.
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