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There is nothing quite like sitting back with some hot popcorn and a good movie to enjoy alone, with someone special, or with friends and family. On your next theatre visit, you’ll notice that measures have been taken to guarantee the health and safety of its guests, including shorter lines at concessions and reduced auditorium capacities for social distancing.
Here are some of the key policies they’ve put in place. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival; masks are required for guests and crew throughout the theatre; in the auditorium, masks are still required, but may be removed while enjoying food and drinks. Protect yourself and others by wearing a mask before, during, and after your movie; please remember to maintain distance before, during, and after the movie; and auditoriums are disinfected before each show.
Given our passion for movies, we proudly present you with a summary of this week’s new releases – so sit back and get your info here!
Los Trapos Sucios se Lavan en Casa
Dirty rags are washed at home is a comedy that takes place in the house of the Ruíz Palacio, a wealthy Mexican family where Lupita and Toña work as domestic servants. As the family prepares a weekend in Las Vegas, the employees, tired of defaulting on payments and the lack of respect from their employers, devise a very different plan for themselves. What nobody imagines is the great secret that the family hides.
Monday – Sunday 9:10 PM (SPA)
In the film, Madison is paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders, and her torment worsens as she discovers that these waking dreams are in fact terrifying realities.
Monday – Friday 06:15 PM, 08:50 PM (ENG)
Saturday – Sunday 04:00 PM, 06:15 PM, 08:50 PM (ENG)
Paw Patrol: The Movie
Ryder and the pups are called to Adventure City to stop Mayor Humdinger from turning the bustling metropolis into a state of chaos.
Monday – Friday 06:55 PM (ENG)
Saturday – Sunday 04:45 PM, 06:55 PM (ENG)
Shang-Chi, the master of unarmed weaponry-based Kung Fu, is forced to confront his past after being drawn into the Ten Rings organization.
Monday – Friday 06:00 PM, 08:35 PM (ENG)
Saturday – Sunday 05:40 PM, 08:35 PM (ENG)
Más que el Agua
Nicolás and Carlitos live in the neighborhood near the old town of Santo Domingo. Nicolás is dedicated to the sale of cannabis, with what has survived since he and his brother were orphaned 15 years ago. Nicolás knows that it is time to take his brother out of the neighborhood if he wants him to progress in a society that is increasingly hostile to people like them.
CARIBBEAN CINEMAS LA MARINA
Where: Coconut Mall, La Marina Casa de Campo
Tickets prices: Adults: RD$ 425.00, Kids (2-10 years old, only applies to films with age restriction) RD$ 300.00
Phone number: 809-523-2351