Free Summer Movies at Marquee Cinemas
Updated for Marquee Cinemas' Free Summer Movies for 2019
You can catch a ton of free summer movies playing at Marquee Cinemas this summer. They have a great selection of G and PG family movies that you and your kids can go see free of charge.
Are you looking for more free summer movies? See my complete list of free and cheap summer movies for kids, which include details on free summer movies at Regal movie theaters, Bow Tie Cinemas, Cinema World, and many more.
When You Can See Free Summer Movies at Marquee Cinemas
The free summer movies at Marquee Cinemas run June/July through August depending on your location.
Stop by on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 9:30 to catch the free Marquee Cinemas movies. There are two movies to choose from each of the days and they both have free admission.
A List of the Free Summer Movies Playing at Marquee Cinemas
Visit Marquee Cinemas and click on the location nearest you to see the free summer movie schedule for your theater. When in doubt, it's a good idea to call your local theater just to verify the date and times of the free movies before you head out.
Here are the free summer movies that will be playing at Marquee Cinemas this summer.
- Week One: Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation and The Secret Life of Pets
- Week Two: Sherlock Gnomes and Shrek
- Week Three: Kung Fu Panda and Peter Rabbit
- Week Four: Small Foot and Early Man
- Week Five: The Grinch and Despicable Me 2
- Week Six: Despicable Me 3 and Happy Feet
- Week Seven: The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
- Week Eight: Wonder Park and How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
Limits to Be Aware Of
Limited seating is available and the movies scheduled to play may change at any time. General seating will only be available, reserved seating will not be available.
About Marquee Cinemas
Marquee Cinemas has been around since 1979 when it was founded by Curtis McCall. He opened the first theater in Rainelle, West Virginia. Now Marquee Cinemas is in 9 states including Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina, New Jersey, Nw York, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia. More locations in Florida Tennessee and West Virginia are expected.