BUCKLE YOUR SEATBELTS FOR A MEGA-SPOOF SPECTACULAR.
“You can tell me, I’m a doctor.”
Buckle your seatbelts, it’s the AIRPLANE! Movie Party!
Enjoy Abraham, Zucker & Zucker’s legendary disaster parody, a film that, according to the freaking Library of Congress, “introduced a much-needed deflating assessment of the tendency of theatrical film producers to push successful formulaic movie conventions beyond the point of logic." Well said, Library of Congress.
And what better way to celebrate this disaster mega-spoof than by watching it along with that extra Alamo Drafthouse charm? We'll fly a fleet of paper airplanes and wave glowsticks so you can marshal your own big, Tylenol-shaped aircraft. We’re here to appease your need for speed, and yes, we are serious. (And don’t call us Shirley.)
Speaking of speed, we picked the wrong week to quit amphetamines. Now excuse us, doc, but we’ve got a plane to land. (By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane?)