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Do you really want to leave your mother at the mercy of the multiplex? Don't you love her?

Here is your chance to prove it. Landmark Theatres asks all of you doting sons and daughters to remember your best gal this Mother's Day by giving her the gift of quality cinema.


Remember all the Saturday afternoons when your mom chauffeured you to and from the movies? It's payback time! Instead of a getting her a bag of jumbo cauliflower or an LED aluminum flashlight at the 99¢ Only Store, send your mother to the movies with a Landmark Theatres gift card.

You can put a smile on mom's face for as little as $25.00. The cards are rechargeable and can be used online to purchase movie tickets. They're even good at the concession stand.

If my mother was alive...come to think of it, if my mother was alive she'd be desperately clawing and scratching at the inside of her coffin to get out, but if she was alive I'd make her day by giving her a Landmark gift card.

Be a good kid for a change. Click for more information.

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nan shartel April 30, 2012 @ 2:28 p.m.

what a sweet son u are Scott...

have u seen Salmon Fishing in the Yemen yet..thumbs up or down sir.....it sounds happy and like a worthy film to see...tell all


Scott Marks April 30, 2012 @ 4:30 p.m.

I'm not sure why, but both "Salmon" and "Exotic Marigold" hold no interest. I loved Lasse Hallstom's early films, but of late he seems to be stuck transforming dull, pre-sold novels into movies. I'll probably pick them both up eventually, but maybe not. As much as I detest films geared for 9-year-old boys, pictures aimed at the 60-and-over crowd can be just as cutesy and annoying. It's not my kind of "nostalgia for sale" and hopefully never will be no matter how old I get.


nan shartel April 30, 2012 @ 10:36 p.m.

uh oh...i'm old so i'll probably love it...as one gets older one longs 4 occasional simple sweetness in films...i guess it's that second childhood thing rearing it's sneaky head

simple sweetness producing breathy sighs...i watch To Kill a Mockingbird whenever TCM decides to show it...Harper Lee's only book...Truman Capote... such a good friend's writing of a completely different kind of genre...never had the acclaim her one book wonder did...no rough edges streamline and pure ...of course the Pulitzer Prize helped

Capote got so mad...hhahahaha

and i wouldn't ever watch In Cold Blood more then once

don't bother to watch Mockingbird when it comes on Scott...u wouldn't like it...hahahahahahahahaha


Scott Marks April 30, 2012 @ 11:32 p.m.

Stick with Atticus and the kids and you can't go wrong. It's the long, drawn out, preachy courtroom stuff that bores me.


nan shartel May 1, 2012 @ 11:59 a.m.

those courtroom scenes were highly innovative at the time...i loved when the black man made Scout wake up and stand up because "HER DADDY WAS PASSING BY"

when placed in their historically relevant time frame one has the ability to see how very impactful they were (the court scenes)...the "pushing the envelope" quality of them

Chocolat and Cider House Rules were lovely...i think i'll risk it Scott...


Scott Marks May 1, 2012 @ 12:49 p.m.

Cool! For a change, you can cover it for me, Nan!


nan shartel May 2, 2012 @ 2:13 p.m.

just seeing that darling Judi Dench will make it worth it to me...who knows i'm a "go with the flow" type...maybe after i see Marigold i'll move to India

when Anderson Cooper interview her recently she said it made her want to move there

i can see you not wanting to see that one Scott...all the actors in it are old farts...hahahahahahahahaha....

i'll get back 2 u on those 2

Salmon and Marigold


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