Dec 21, 2001 · The poster for ‘Sand Pirates of the Sahara’ that Peter sees at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre at the start of the film is the exactly same one that is later put up in the lobby of the Majestic. They both are shown as being number 51 of 347.
This movie is, I think, the greatest movie that Jim Carrey has ever made. In every other Carrey movie you see Jim Carrey playing a character, without becoming that character. In “The Majestic”, Jim Carrey became Luke, and he was that person, not Jim Carrey playing the same character he plays in every other movie he’s done.
Dec 21, 2001 · The Majestic. It’s a sweet romantic comedy starring Jim Carrey, and it involves a case of mistaken identity and an attack of amnesia, those handy plot devices from time immemorial. It flies the flag in honor of our World War II heroes, and evokes nostalgic for small-town movie palaces and the people who run them.
Set in the 1950s, THE MAJESTIC centers on Hollywood screenwriter Pete (Jim Carrey), whose feels like he’s on the brink of success, with his first film about to arrive in theaters, a starlet girlfriend, and a great script accepted for production. But Pete’s life turns upside down when his name comes up in
Majestic Cinema of Brookfield Waukesha, WI. There’s also an array of food and beverage options including a Take Five® Lounge for casual dining; a Zaffiro’s Express, known for its THINCREDIBLE® pizza and more; Reel Sizzle, which provides classic menu items, prepared on a griddle and served from behind a counter; and three Big Screen Bistro
No Infant or Child discounts for rated “R” movies. The prevailing GENERAL ADMISSION price will apply. Children (3) years and under (including infants) will pay the prevailing GENERAL ADMISSION price for 3-D “R” rated movies. The Majestic 1919 S 14th St. Union Gap
Majestic Cinema of Omaha Omaha, NE. There’s also an array of food and beverage options including a Take Five® Lounge for casual dining; a Zaffiro’s Express, known for its THINCREDIBLE® pizza and more; and three Big Screen Bistro auditoriums, which offer full-service, in-theatre dining.