The schedule for this years "Movie's With A View" has been posted on the Brooklyn Bridge Park Website and there are a few titles that I think it'd be a lot of fun to go see.
Each Thursday evening, beginning July 10, Brooklyn Radio DJs set the scene with pre-film mood music, while RICE provides delicious dinners on site. All films are free and are screened on the lawn of the Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park section of Brooklyn Bridge Park. Nearest subways: A/C to High Street; 2/3 to Clark Street; F to York Street. No alcohol or pets are allowed at this event.
I am planning on attending the movies listed below, but be sure to check out their site to see if there is something interesting that you'd like to see.
July 24 (Thursday)
Wallace and Gromit: Curse Of The Were Rabbit
The annual Giant Vegetable Competition is days away and Wallace & Gromit’s humane pest control service, “Anti-Pesto,” is doing big business. But who exactly is changing into the mysterious Were-Rabbit, trashing and eating all the prized veggies? Find out in this 2005 Academy Award winner for Best Animated Feature.
August 21 (Thursday)
Peter Sellers shines in Hal Ashby's 1979 cult classic about an illiterate gardener who inadvertently becomes advisor to Washington's elite, changing the world while remaining his simpleton self. Also starring Shirley MacLaine and Melvyn Douglas in an Oscar-winning performance.
Let me know if you are interested in attending!