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Now Playing at El Raton

NOW PLAYING!

 

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No good Very bad Day 

Judith Viorst‘s acclaimed children’s book is brought to the big screen by 20th Century Fox. The tale recounts a day in the life of a grumpy young boy who has everything go wrong, all in one day. Rob Lieber provides the screenplay. ~ Jeremy Wheeler, Rovi

COMING SOON

 

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Interstellar 

 A group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.

 

El Raton Theatre

(575) 445-7008

111 North 2nd Street

Raton, NM 87740

 

SHOWTIMES

THURS FRI SAT SUN at 7 pm

Sun Matinee 4 pm

Sunday 7 PM showings will be 2D

Come see our DOLBY digital picture,  7.1 surround sound, 3D capability

 

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 elratontheatre@live.com  

 

2 comments on “Now Playing at El Raton

  1. Neil Emiro says:

    James,
    Thanks for your feedback. As a matter of fact, we do offer quite a bit of variety. We do predominately show family friendly films, but we do show thrillers, and even the occasional sci-fi horror. Just this year we have shown Zero Dark Thirty, Olympus Has Fallen, Elysium, The Prisoners, and Captain Phillips. Most of those are R-rated. We have shown all out horrors in the past, but the reality is that the demographic of this city will not turn out for a horror, no matter how serious or campy they may be. We have tried some. As a business, we must cater to those who support us, and help keep our doors open. For that, Raton has shown a steady support for smart, witty, and often funny films that appeal to a very broad audience. For this, we thank Raton and all of our customers from the surrounding areas!

  2. James says:

    Just a question for the El Raton staff. It’s the Halloween Season yet no horror or thriller flicks, I understand you guys try to promote a “family environment,:” but not everyone in town has a traditional family. Some families have teenagers or even the young people 18+ and older or couples without kids can’t even catch a thriller or horror movie. How you guys marketing to these demographics. I LIKE TO KEEP MY BUSINESS LOCAL and I can’t even take my wife out for a dinner at a local restaurant and then see an R-rated movie without having to take my business out of the community. Just a suggestion maybe some more variety.

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