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Now Playing at El Raton

NOW PLAYING!

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 When the game Stands Tall

Inspired by a true story, WHEN THE GAME STANDS TALL tells the remarkable journey of legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur (Jim Caviezel), who took the De La Salle High School Spartans from obscurity to a 151-game winning streak that shattered all records for any American sport.

 

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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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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