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Movie Night in Greenbelt, MD

A family watching a movie and eating a bowl of popcorn.
Host a movie night in your Verde at Greenbelt Station apartment using our easy tips. We have the snacks, drinks, and movie recommendations you need to hold your own movie night. Make your Greenbelt, MD home feel like a theater using our tips. We hope that you get the chance to invite a few friends over for a movie night this month.

Snacks

Lay out a spread of your favorite movie snacks for your guests to dine on and enjoy during the movie! Chocolate bars, brownies, cupcakes, ice cream, and pizza can all be excellent movie night snacks. Make a serving of chili and lime popcorn from Killing Thyme for your next movie night. Season this popcorn with coconut oil, chili powder, lime, and salt. If you’d prefer something sweeter to satisfy your sweet tooth, try making this s’mores popcorn from Two Sisters Crafting.

Drinks

We think that making your own Italian soda bar for your movie night is a great idea! Our Best Bites has a great guide to help you learn how to make your own Italian soda bar. Lay out ice and head to your local grocery store for the flavored syrups you need to make these delicious drinks. In the mood for something a little richer? Try this French hot chocolate from Well Plated by Erin.

Movie Night

To Catch a Thief (1955)

“Notorious cat burglar John Robie (Cary Grant) has long since retired to tend vineyards on the French Riviera. When a series of robberies are committed using his style, John must clear his name. Armed with a list of people who own the most expensive jewels currently in the area, John begins following the first owner, young Francie (Grace Kelly). When her jewels are stolen, Francie suspects John, destroying their tentative romance. John goes on the lam to catch the thief and clear his own name.”

The Big Sleep (1946)

“Private investigator Philip Marlowe (Humphrey Bogart) is hired by General Sternwood to help resolve the gambling debts of his wild young daughter, Carmen (Martha Vickers). Sternwood's older daughter, Vivian (Lauren Bacall), provides assistance when she implies that the situation is more complex, and also involves casino owner (John Ridgely) and a recently disappeared family friend. As people linked to the Sternwoods start being murdered, Marlowe finds himself getting ever deeper into the case.”

What’s your favorite movie? Let us know in the comments. Thanks for reading our post!