Current Movie: Die Hard – Dec. 12

Value
$11
Savings
$2
  • Tues. Dec. 12 at 7:00PM
  • 700 W. Main St. Boise, ID 83702
  • Doors at 6PM; all seating is open
Expires in:
51 bought.99 more to tip.

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Yippee-ky-yay! Die Hard is showing one night only on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:00PM at the Egyptian!

See, Die Hard is our 3rd most requested Christmas movie. Not Ralphie. Not Clark Griswold. But John McClane.

And why not?! John (Bruce Willis) single-handedly saves Christmas from the German terrorist Hans Gruber (Alan Rickman).

Been awhile? Here’s a refresher:

NYPD cop John McClane goes on a Christmas vacation to visit his wife Holly in Los Angeles where she works for the Nakatomi Corporation. While they are at the Nakatomi headquarters for a Christmas party, a group of bank robbers led by Hans Gruber take control of the building and hold everyone hostage, with the exception of John, while they plan to perform a lucrative heist. Unable to escape and with no immediate police response, John is forced to take matters into his own hands. –from IMDB

Venue: Egyptian TheatreMore

Founded in 1927, The Egyptian Theatre is Boise’s premier historical theatre located in the heart of downtown at the corner of Capitol Blvd. and Main St. The Egyptian Theatre opened for business with “Don Juan” on April 19, 1927. Also known by guests as the Fox in the 1930′s, the ADA in the 1940′s and again as the Egyptian in the late 1970′s, is the last of the downtown single scree... Read More.

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Highlights:

  • Ugly sweater contest with prizes
  • It's a Christmas movie (really!)

Fine Print:

Die Hard will show at the Egyptian Theatre on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 7:00PM. Tickets bought online are $9. Doors open at 6PM; all seating is open. If tickets remain on the night of the show, they can be purchased at the Egyptian box office for $11. When 150 tickets are purchased, payments will be collected and tickets will be issued for you to print out from this website and bring with you on the night of the screening. No admission without a ticket. If 150 tickets fail to sell, no payments will be collected, no tickets will be issued, and no movie will be screened.

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