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“No Talking” Trailer Showdown

Now accepting submissions for Sun-Ray’s first ever “No Talking” Trailer Showdown! Help explain how-we-do at your favorite movie theatre and have a chance to see your little video on the big screen, along with the opportunity to win tickets and cash money.   Technical Specs:  Approximately 45 seconds (and definitely no more than 60).  You’ll need […]

Tapped Out Tuesday

  For customers who want to get an amazing deal on a movie that’s playing everywhere else in town but at a steeper price and without the Sun-Ray advantages, or those who really want an excuse to see a film that might not otherwise be on their radar, we introduce TAPPED OUT TUESDAYS.  Feeling tapped […]

Torrey Pines Roadshow

“On the other side of” is but one of many definitions for the prefix “trans”. Both “across” and “beyond” are accurate and applicable terms regarding Clyde Petersen’s Torrey Pines. The motif of a cross-country trip juxtaposed against the agony of young adulthood is an enduring narrative. The impulse to put distance between who we were […]

Little Sister opens Oct 28th

  Zach Clark sends us back to a volatile 2008 in his latest feature Little Sister. Aspiring nun Colleen (Addison Timlin) returns to the family and life she’s all but abandoned just a few years removed from her goth subculture high school days. While preparing to take her final vows as a nun to cement […]

What is this place?

It’s not that I don’t understand why people walk in the door of our business and ask, “What is this place?”  Since the first multiplexes opened around 40 years ago little neighborhood theatres like the one we operate our business in have, one at a time, gone the way of the shoeshine and closed as […]

Busting at the Seams

Tis the season for more movies than we can fit on two screens.  Sometimes it seems like feast or famine when it comes to new releases — several weeks in a row with nothing in particular and then a burst of great titles we’re trying to fit on a limited schedule. Our audiences are loving SWISS […]

Wiener-Dog with Todd Solondz

  “Jacksonville is the coolest place in the U.S.!” — Todd Solondz, Director:  WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE, WIENER-DOG We’ve had the privilege of hosting a number of talented filmmakers, actors, and musicians here at Sun-Ray Cinema, but only one of our guests has ever been recognized and greeted by a friendly Jacksonville resident before even stepping […]

The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead

Review by Sammy thrashLife “When you hear the applause, it brings you off the floor – to the average level that most people are at.” Raymond Burns, better known as Captain Sensible, guitarist for The Damned has low self-esteem. The same could likely be said of all four original members of the British punk band […]

Cash Is King

The way small businesses choose to handle credit card sales is something Tim and I can’t help but observe. There are the cash registers with little signs that list a minimum purchase price for credit card use, and then the growing number of shops – especially in bigger cities – that are cash only.   There […]

ROOM’S Lenny Abrahamson and Emily Donoghue

While ROOM should have hit the Jacksonville area by now the distributor has wisely taken this film out to the smaller markets super slow. We plan on having this terrific film starring Brie Larson, William H. Macy and Joan Allen (Yay!) on Dec 11th. I hope you take a moment to listen to this wonderful […]

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