What Services Do You Need?
- To enhance your movie-themed party, consider hiring a bartending service like Event Bartenders. These professionals are equipped for any type of event, holding TIPS certifications and having undergone rigorous training. They can make your party more sophisticated, ensuring you can enjoy your chosen movie even if it’s not great. Additionally, they can prioritize safety and distribute drinks professionally. Hiring bartenders from Event Bartenders will allow everyone to enjoy their favorite drink while watching the movie.
- For a truly authentic movie experience, hire caterers who can provide your favorite movie snacks and food associated with movies, such as popcorn, ice cream, and slushies. This will prevent hunger during the movie and eliminate the need to pause the film to find snacks.
- Consider renting a projector to showcase your movie, especially if you want to recreate the theatrical experience or if you are hosting the party in a large venue. A projector ensures everyone can see the movie as intended.
- If you’re not hosting the party at home, look for venue hire services. You can choose to host your movie in an actual movie theater or another venue that accommodates parties and large events. You may even opt for an outdoor venue for a summer movie-themed party.
What Movies Should You Choose?
- When selecting a movie, consider crowd-pleasing options like summer blockbusters such as “Jaws” and “Jurassic Park.” However, be cautious with franchise movies, as not everyone may have seen the preceding films if you choose one that is out of order.
- You might also choose an award-winning and beloved movie. Websites like Rotten Tomatoes can offer suggestions. Award-winning movies can include titles like “West Side Story,” “Titanic,” “Forrest Gump,” and “La La Land.”
- Alternatively, you can simply choose a personal favorite, especially if the party is in your honor or if you haven’t had the chance to see your preferred movie in theaters before. Personal favorites may include Marvel movies, Disney or Pixar films, or beloved US movies such as “Dead Poets Society” or classics like “Citizen Kane,” “Casablanca,” or “Top Hat.”