Cineplex theatres in Ontario are participating in an awesome deal where customers get to watch select movies–for free!

Cineplex partners with Warner Brothers Films in honour of Community Day Canada, to bring you a slew of Christmas movies screening on Saturday, December 7, starting at 9:30 a.m. It’s easy: doors are open at 9:00 a.m. and no tickets are required.

And that’s not all. Many snack and drink purchases are just $2.99, and 100 per cent of the proceeds of purchases and donations will go to support the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada.

Here’s the line-up of movies:

The Polar Express (2004) is an American 3D animated feature film, about the magical Christmas steam engine that travels straight to the North Pole, and the journey of two children as they prepare to meet Santa Claus.

Elf (2013) is a full-length feature film. What happens when a human gets raised by elves at Santa’s North Pole? Find out, as he transitions to join his own kind when he moves to New York City, in this comedy feature starring Will Farrell and Zoe Deschanel.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) is a full-length feature film, based on the Christmas adventures of the Griswold family, starring Chevy Chase and Juliette Lewis.

Gremlins (1984) is a full-length feature film. If you want to take a break from the tinsel and reindeer – get a load of this blockbuster 80s thriller and cult-classic. The story follows a group of children who got what they always wanted, a cute little furry pet, or so they thought. As it turns out, these pets can turn into mischievous gremlins that end up wreaking havoc in their small town.

A Christmas Story (1983) is a full-length feature film and 80s classic. The story follows a group of children during their Christmas adventures, trying to get the gifts they want from their parents.

There’s also a November-December line-up of movies screening on Saturdays at 11 a.m., offered at a discounted price of $2.99.

There’s one participating theatre in Brampton: SilverCity Cinemas Brampton (50 Great Lakes Drive). There’s also a nearby theatre in Mississauga: Cineplex Cinemas Courtneypark (110 Courtneypark Drive East), and in Etobicoke: Cineplex Cinemas Queensway (1025 The Queensway).

For a full list of participating cinemas check out Cineplex’s event page here.

So bring your gremlins – I mean children, and enjoy one on Cineplex. Don’t forget to make a donation or snack purchase to help support the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada.

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