Movies with a View
Movies with a View in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photo credit: Etienne Frossard

Movies With A View, a free summer movie series in Brooklyn Bridge Park, is officially back for the season, reports Time Out.

The season is back for its 22nd season season with the theme “Away We Go.” Every Thursday night  starting July 7 through August 25, New Yorkers get to hang out on the Pier 1 Harbor View lawn and catch an exciting flick.

As usual, guests can bring their own picnic or purchase food and drinks curated by Smorgasburg all evening along the Pier 1 promenade. And this year there are even more reasons to arrive early, as the pre-movie lineup now includes a DJ brought to you by Brooklyn Radio, and a short film by local filmmakers, selected by BAM Film.

Here is the season’s movie schedule:

July 7: Before Sunrise (R, 105 minutes)
July 14: The Bourne Identity (PG-13, 119 minutes)
July 21: Crazy Rich Asians (PG-13, 121 minutes)
July 28: How Stella Got Her Groove Back (R, 124 minutes)
August 4: Jurassic Park (PG-13, 127 minutes)
August 11: Thelma and Louise (R, 130 minutes)
August 18: The Mitchells vs. the Machines (PG, 114 minutes, Family Film)
August 25: Public Choice with options of: Back to the Future [PG], Mamma Mia! [PG-
13] or Mission Impossible [PG])

Please note that lawn doors open at 6pm and the movie begins at sundown (around 8:30pm). And the last film of the series, scheduled to play on August 25, will be up to the public. Attendees will get to vote online between Back to the FutureMission Impossible and Mamma Mia! starting early August. 

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Kimberlean Donis

Kimberlean Donis is a freelance journalist based in Brooklyn. She is a student at both London City University and Williams College majoring in Political Science, Art History, and Africana Studies.

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