Four Pixar Classics Returning to Theaters This Memorial Day

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Not everybody can catch every single movie out there in theaters. Sometimes a couple of the films we end up loving we never got the chance to see when during it's theatrical run. So if you were one of the unfortunate people who wasn't able to see 'Ratatouille' or even 'Up' in theaters, AMC Theatres is giving you the chance to finally watch them, and other Pixar classics, on the big screen.

For one weekend only, AMC Theatres is going to re-release 'Ratatouille,' 'Wall-E,' 'Toy Story 3' and 'Up" into theaters in anticipation to the upcoming release of their latest movie 'Brave.' You'll even be able to get to see a behind-the-scenes look at 'Brave' and each movie will have one of Pixar's classic short films in front of it.

What makes this sudden re-release even sweeter is how much the tickets will supposedly cost. All you'll have to do is dish out $6 per movie.  Six dollars for an Oscar-nominated movie? That's a no-brainer if you don't already have plans for the holiday weekend.

Don't forget that this is a limited time engagement, taking place through May 25-27 only so be sure to check it out while you still can. Tickets are currently available at AMC Theaters web site. Which Pixar movie will you be re-watching again on the big screen?

Filed Under: Pixar
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