Movies in OKC: Oklahoma City for Movie Enthusiasts

April 29, 2016 2:13 pm Published by Comments Off on Movies in OKC: Oklahoma City for Movie Enthusiasts

Not everyone who calls J Marshall Square home has always called Oklahoma City their home. Many of our residents are moving to OKC from other cities and states.

The OKC metro area has attractions for almost everyone, from adventurists to foodies and nightlife enthusiasts. Whether you’re relocating to Oklahoma City or have lived here for years, there’s always something to explore.

We’re kicking off a new blog series to feature what this great city has to offer, starting with a guide for all the movie fans.

Movie Theaters in OKC
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AMC Penn Square

The best seats in town are at AMC Penn Square. Relax in your own giant recliner as you watch the newest release on the big screen.

Harkins Theater in Bricktown

A lesser-known fact about this theater in the heart of Bricktown is that they offer childcare. Drop the kiddos off while you catch a show, and be sure to check out their lineup of older movies.

Winchester Drive-In

Winchester is the oldest drive-in movie theater in Oklahoma City, open throughout spring, summer and fall. Tune into 100.9FM and relish in the nostalgia of drive-in theaters of the past.

AMC Northpark

Not far from J Marshall Square luxury apartments, AMC Northpark offers dollar tickets on Tuesdays – that’s right: dollar movies in OKC. You’ll save every other day of the week, too, with their frequently discounted tickets.

AMC Quail Springs

Located in Quail Springs Mall, this theater shows new releases as well as independent films you may not be able to catch anywhere else.

Moore Warren Theatre

Worth the drive to Moore, this theater offers a supreme movie-watching experience. The Warren Theatre in Moore offers sensory-sensitive showings for those with autism and other disabilities, a screening room with heated reclining seats, and the Balcony, which has a full-service bar, as well as food and drink service to your seat throughout the show.

Oklahoma City Museum of Art

See independent, international, and classic films at Oklahoma City’s beautiful Museum of Art’s theater.

Film Row District

The Paramount

Home to the 1920s-era theatre, cinema, and Noir Bistro & Bar, The Paramount on Film Row is a movie lover’s dream. Catch a live performance at the theatre, or watch a motion picture at the cinema on a Friday or Saturday nights.

Flashback Retro Pub

Nostalgia is in the air at Flashback Retro Pub with vintage arcade games and movie memorabilia. Relive the ’80s with clips from your favorite movies playing on the projector screen and dance your heart out to your favorite ’80s tunes.

Film Festivals in OKC

deadCENTER Film Festival

Named one of the “20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World” by MovieMaker magazine, deadCENTER features local, national, and international films throughout downtown Oklahoma City. Get an All-Access Pass to experience everything the festival has to offer.

Frack Fest

Frack Fest is where OKC celebrates movies, gaming, and graphic novels all together, and it’s a place to discover new artists, too. If you love storytelling through any of these media, you’ll want to explore Frack Fest.


No matter your interests and hobbies, J Marshall Square is central to all of the amenities Oklahoma City has to offer. If you’re looking for a place to call home, come take a tour of one of our Big House® units and see what you’ve been missing!

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