“Son of a nutcracker!” On Wednesday, January 12th, we return to 4th Street Market for another night of free movie trivia and outdoor cinema as we present the hilarious and heartwarming 2003 comedy classic, Elf!
Elf is the beloved story of an orphaned baby boy who finds himself misplaced in Santa’s workshop. Raised by elves as one of their own, and christened with an appropriately cheery name, Buddy (Will Ferrell) soon sizes up some of the glaring differences between he had his fellow elves (the height differential, for one…) and realizes he is actually a human being. Determined to find out where he came from, he travels to New York City to find his father – who he soon finds out has earned his place on the naughty list! Get ready for a heartwarming and hilarious story that will fill you with Christmas cheer, Christmas carols – and lots of syrup!
Our free evenings of film trivia & classic cinema start at 7pm with a few rounds of trivia, each round having something loosely to do with the film you’re about to see! Come by with your crew and scarf down on some food and drinks, and get ready to prevail against our defending champions! Winners get free passes to The Frida, and free food vouchers for 4th Street Market’s family of fine eateries! Then get comfy and join us for Elf, starting at 8pm!
Trivia Teams are limited, so sign up your team (six people or less!) before we’re maxed out at http://www.4thstreetmarket.com/trivianight!
4th Street Market’s diverse restaurants, bar, and dessert shops will be open ’til 9pm – see what this Downtown Santa Ana food collective has to offer at 4thstreetmarket.com! Grab a bite and enjoy a night of cinema under the stars – FREE, thanks to your hosts at 4th Street Market, in partnership with The Frida Cinema!
“Ferrell is a hoot. So is much of this witty holiday family entertainment, which – up until the end, when the “true spirit of Christmas” must be reaffirmed – happily favors slapstick over treacle.” – David Ansen, Newsweek
“A disarmingly funny holiday comedy.” – Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly
“Families have discovered how funny and how well this little film tells its King-sized holiday message: the only size that counts is how big your heart is.” – Joel Siegel, Good Morning America