E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial

Centerfield Cinema at Ogren Park

Showings

The Roxy Theater Screen 1 Thu, Jul 30, 2015 8:00 PM
The Roxy Theater Screen 1 Wed, Jul 11, 2018 8:00 PM
The Roxy Theater Screen 1 Sun, Jul 15, 2018 2:30 PM
Ogren Field Thu, Oct 1 7:00 PM
Film Info
Series:Centerfield Cinema at Ogren Park
Rating:PG
Run Time:115 min
Release Year:1982
Country:USA
Genre:Adventure/Sci-Fi
Format:Digital
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Steven Spielberg
Cast Members:Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Peter Coyote

Description

The Missoula PaddleHeads, in conjunction with The Roxy Theater have announced a partnership to host Centerfield Cinema, a weekly movie series at Ogren Park Allegiance Field, every Thursday. Stadium gates will open at 6:00 p.m. for the 7:00 p.m. showing. Tickets are available to purchase in advance from the PaddleHeads website (https://www.milb.com/missoula/ballpark/centerfield-cinema) or the night of each showing at the Ogren Park Allegiance Field box office.

Three ticketing options are available to patrons: $20 – on-field 10’x10’ social distanced squares for up to four people, $40 – on-field 20’x10’ social distanced squares for up to eight people, and individual tickets available in the seating bowl - $5 adults, $2 for children 12 and under.
 


E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial: Both a classic movie for kids and a remarkable portrait of childhood, E.T. is a sci-fi adventure that captures that strange moment in youth when the world is a place of mysterious possibilities (some wonderful, some awful), and the universe seems somehow separate from the one inhabited by grown-ups. Henry Thomas plays Elliott, a young boy living with his single mother (Dee Wallace), his older brother Michael (Robert MacNaughton), and his younger sister Gertie (Drew Barrymore). Elliott often seems lonely and out of sorts, lost in his own world. One day, while looking for something in the back yard, he senses something mysterious in the woods watching him. And he's right: an alien spacecraft on a scientific mission mistakenly left behind an aging botanist who isn't sure how to get home. Eventually Elliott puts his fears aside and makes contact with the "little squashy guy," perhaps the least threatening alien invader ever to hit a movie screen. As Elliott tries to keep the alien under wraps and help him figure out a way to get home, he discovers that the creature can communicate with him telepathically. Soon they begin to learn from each other, and Elliott becomes braver and less threatened by life. E.T. rigs up a communication device from junk he finds around the house, but no one knows if he'll be rescued before a group of government scientists gets hold of him.