Everyone loves a great road trip. Our March issue (on newsstands February 27th) celebrates the classic form of travel with ten custom-built routes featuring destinations ranging from Zion National Park to Desert Hills Premium Outlets. But we didn’t stop there.
Some of the best cinema has been born out of the road trip storyline—Thelma & Louise, Little Miss Sunshine, and Sideways, to name a few. In honor of our March issue, we’ve partnered with ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood to bring you a month-long series of seven classic road trip flicks that’ll have you itching to pack up and hit the highway. The full list of films along with a link to reserve tickets is available on ArcLight’s website, and you can find a calendar of events below.
Buckle up, Angelenos—we’re going for a ride.
March 4th: Flirting with Disaster
Directed by David O. Russel, Flirting with Disaster stars Ben Stiller as a man searching for his birth parents. Also starring Patricia Arquette, Alan Alda, and Mary Tyler Moore. Tickets
March 9th: The Straight Story
An old man travels by tractor to repair his relationship with his brother. The film stars Sissy Spacek and Richard Farnsworth and is directed by David Lynch. Tickets
March 11th: Wild at Heart
Nicholas Cage and Laura Dern are on the run from killers in this David Lynch classic. Wild at Heart also stars Willem Dafoe and Diane Ladd. Tickets
March 16th: Paper Moon
Tatum O’Neal won the Oscar at age nine for her role in this Peter Bogdanovich gem, which also stars O’Neal’s father Ryan and Madeline Kahn. Tickets
March 18th: Y Tú Mama Tambien
Y Tú Mama Tambien stars Gael García Bernal as he travels with a friend and older woman across Mexico. The film is directed by Gravity virtuoso Alfonso Cuarón. Tickets
March 23rd: Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
This films stars Paul Reubens as the irrepresible Pee-Wee, who is on a mission to find his stolen bike. Directed by Tim Burton. Tickets
March 25th: Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde was nominated for numerous Oscars, winning two. The film follows the adventures of Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, who depict the real-life outlaws onscreen. Tickets