PFS Presents Throwback Thursday Quizzo & Movie!
Do you like trivia, nostalgia films, and drinks? Then get your friends together to form an awesome Quizzo team (witty squad name required) and put your film and pop culture knowledge to the test at PFS’ monthly Quizzo & Movie!
Every First Thursday of the month, come out to the Prince Theater for a screening of a crowd-pleasing modern classic preceded by a few rounds of Quizzo where all questions are about or inspired by that night’s movie. During the film, we will tally up the scores and reveal the winning team as the credits roll. The first-place team and runners-up will win prizes and bragging rights!
Tickets | $13 / $10 for PFS Members
This is a 21+ Only Event
SHE’S ALL THAT
Robert Iscove | USA | 1999 | 95 MIN
May 4 | 7:30 PM | Prince Theater Black Box
Can Class President, standout athlete, and all-around bad mamba jahamba Zack (Freddie Prinze Jr.) achieve the impossible by making a prom queen out of Laney (Rachel Leigh Cook), a girl who wears glasses? Will the transformative power of love (and contact lenses) bring together these kids from opposite ends of the social spectrum? Will the school’s resident DJ (Usher Raymond) successfully lead the senior class in a synchronized dance to Fatboy Slim? Find the answers to these questions and more in this 90s teen classic about romance, self-discovery, and the expressive potential of hacky sack.
Mike Nichols | USA | 1996 | 117 MIN
June 1 | 7:30 PM | Prince Theater
Longtime partners Armand and Albert Goldman (Robin Williams and Nathan Lane) are the owner and main attraction of wildly successful South Beach drag bar The Birdcage. When Armand’s son announces that his fiancée’s puritanical parents (Gene Hackman and Diane Wiest) are coming over for dinner, the Goldmans are forced to give their happily flamboyant life a conservative makeover. But is it possible to play it straight-laced in a household where even the housekeeper is an aspiring drag queen? This colorful comedy mixes madcap highjinks and witty banter with a surprisingly heartfelt look at love, acceptance, and the true meaning of family.