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Ten Weeks Of Cinema Classics At Biltmore Fashion Park

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If you've been yawning at Hollywood's latest offerings of sequels and remakes and feeling a bit like "they don't make 'em like they used to," Biltmore Fashion Park may have the remedy for your movie-going blues.

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Movies in the Park is showing one film every Friday including classics "The Goonies," "Rocky" and "Big" at 7:30 p.m. on the Center Lawn at Biltmore Fashion Park until December 14.

"We try to pick classics that appeal to a wide range of audiences," says Devon Hoffman, senior manager of marketing for Biltmore Fashion Park.

Guest can bring blankets, chairs -- pets are even welcome -- and post up on the lawn at 2502 East Camelback Road in Scottsdale to get the coziest of film viewing experiences.

Several of the restaurants such as California Pizza Kitchen and Capital Grille located in Biltmore Fashion Park will be serving food to-go, along with some special dinner deals for guests to eat while they watch their films as well.

"It's a great way to spend an evening and the weather is ideal right now," Hoffman says. It has consistently grown over the years and last Friday's show was packed."

The series runs October through early December in the Fall and March through April in the Spring.

This Friday "The Goonies" will be showing

, so don't miss out.

Check out Movies in the Park's website for a full calendar of showtimes and other details.

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