(WNY News Now) – The iconic 1983 crime drama “Scarface,” directed by Brian DePalma and featuring Al Pacino, is set to grace the silver screen once again on Wednesday, September 13th at 7 p.m. at the Reg Lenna Center for The Arts.
Jamestown – “Say hello to my little friend…”. In this unforgettable epic, set against the backdrop of the 1980 Mariel Harbor opening, thousands embarked on a journey to America, chasing the elusive American Dream. Among them, Tony Montana, portrayed by Al Pacino, discovers wealth, power, and a passion beyond imagination on the sun-soaked streets of Miami, forever etching his name in cinematic history as “Scarface.”
Rated R and spanning 170 minutes, this special screening offers reduced ticket prices, marking a unique event in celebration of the Palace Theater’s 100th anniversary. Don’t miss the chance to relive the iconic tale on the big screen at Reg Lenna Center for The Arts.
Tickets to Movies at The Reg are $7 for movies and $6 for family films, with an additional $1 theater restoration fee added. Special movie engagements are priced differently. Tickets may be purchased 12-5 p.m. Monday and Friday and 12-8 p.m. Wednesday, at 716.484.7070 and online at reglenna.com.