Home : Finding Nemo :

Finding Nemo

Sunday, July 28, 2024
Doors: 4:00pm, Show: 5:00pm
United Palace
4140 Broadway, NY, NY, 10033
  Adult
Choose a section:

$5.00



Date: Sunday, July 28th | Doors: 4:00pm | Screening: 5:00pm | $5 Tickets

This 2003 Pixar classic follows the story of a timid clownfish who sets out on a rescue mission for his son after he’s captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken to Sydney. Voiced by Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres. Directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich. Written by Andrew Stanton, Bob Peterson, and David Reynolds. The movie is 1 hour and 40 minutes, Rated G, and will be screened on DCP.

We continue to honor our past as a vaudeville house and deluxe movie theatre with live entertainment before the main feature on the big screen.

Come early to find Nemo before Finding Nemo! 400 Nemos are missing in the United Palace - help find them before the movie starts. One Nemo finder will win a pair of tickets to the New York Aquarium and other Coney Island goodies...

Finding Nemo continues the Movies at the Palace Season of Friendship. We chose that theme after asking ourselves what we need most to get through 2024. Our supporters and fans helped us select the movies in the series, including:

 

 

Please note: The Season of Friendship is a different series than Movies at the Palace with Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is not scheduled to be at this screening.

 

UNITED PALACE HISTORY

The ornate United Palace opened in 1930 as the Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, a deluxe movie theatre and vaudeville house, the last of the five Wonder Theatres in New York City and New Jersey. Its first act as a movie theatre ended in April 1969 with a screening of “2001: A Space Odyssey.”

With a groundswell of community support and our good friend, patron, and neighbor Lin-Manuel Miranda, movies returned to the United Palace in 2013. Since then we have screened over 100 feature films, from world premieres (“In the Heights” and “Halftime” as part of the Tribeca Festival) to all-time classics (“It’s A Wonderful Life”), to community favorites (the documentary “Mad Hot Ballroom” about local school children winning a citywide dance contest).

Our goal is to have the cinematic experience come alive for audiences too used to watching movies on their phones or TVs.

One of our highest compliments came from Robert DeNiro who, speaking before a 50th anniversary screening of “The Godfather,” described watching a movie at the United Palace as: “The moviegoing experience doesn’t get any better.”