A Christmas Story Returns to Theaters on December 10 & 13 (Reserve Your Tickets Now)
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“A Christmas Story” is back in theaters for its 40th anniversary! Here’s how to get tickets!
We triple-dog-dare ya to head to the movies.
The cult classic A Christmas Story is celebrating its 40th anniversary by making a return to theaters. Thanks to Fathom Events, you can watch the many antics of Ralphie Parker on the big screen this December 10th and December 13th.
To find upcoming show times near you, head to Fathom Events, click on the date you wish to see the movie and a pop up will appear with showings in your area on either 12/10 or 12/13.
Fathom Events is a joint venture between AMC, Cinemark, and Regal Cinemas and supplies films to over 2,000 locations nationwide so this movie could easily be playing in a theater by you!
It’s the 40th anniversary of A Christmas Story.
Take a trip down memory lane and relive the joy of being a child at Christmas. Follow along with Ralphie Parker as he recalls the childhood Christmas he attempted to get the greatest Christmas present he would ever receive, a Red Ryder Carbine Action Air Rifle!
The iconic movie is filled to the brim with relatable childhood moments like dodging Scot Farkus, the yellow-eyed school bully, to surviving the lap of a lackluster store Santa. Tag along with Ralphie and discover what a deranged Easter bunny looks like and the answer to if tongues stick to metal poles in winter.
The movie is a clash between childhood whimsy and adult cynicism. Find out for yourself if Ralphie really gets his air rifle and if he shoots his eye out as his mother and teacher warned would happen. This is one Christmas flick that everyone should see at least once in their life!
A Christmas Story is a nostalgic movie for many. Seeing it once again in theaters is a fun way to celebrate the movie’s 40th anniversary and share the story with a whole new generation of youngsters!
It is only showing in theaters for two days this December. If you want to secure your seat, snag a ticket today!