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Late-night series reruns recent favorites

Starting next week, AMC Theaters at River Park Square begins a film series called Summer Nights, which will screen a recent second-run movie three nights a week for a reduced price. You can catch up on some Hollywood hits you might have missed during their initial release, or rewatch a favorite in all its big-screen glory.

The lineup begins with “The Dark Knight Rises,” the final entry in Christopher Nolan’s hugely successful Batman saga, on Monday.

Summer Nights continues throughout July and into the first part of August with a wide range of titles, including “Django Unchained,” “The Amazing Spider-Man,” “The Hunger Games,” “Olympus Has Fallen,” “Oz the Great and Powerful” and “G.I. Joe: Retaliation.” The series ends with the Tom Cruise vehicle “Oblivion,” which first screens on Aug. 12.

Tickets are $3; the air conditioning is free.

Nathan Weinbender

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