Kid's movies in the Dome
Pleasant Hill landmark movie house shows kiddie flicks every Tuesday at 10a.m.
When I was a youngster in Diabloland, the ultimate trip to the movies was a matinee in the Dome—the giant screen off the Monument exit, visible from I-680. Even with the comforts of todays megplexes (stadium seating, etc.), seeing a film in the dome still brings a childlike thrill. (Maybe this is because the most recent movie I went to see there was Wanted, which was made for 12-year-old boys in grown-up bodies.) I am pleased to notice that the people running the Dome are booking kid movies on Tuesday's at 10 a.m.—this Tuesday's flick is Racing Stripes. Click on this link for more information.