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Mall of America Free Family Flicks

Be sure to double check the Mall of America's Theatre website to make sure the movie listed is still scheduled.

Every Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m.,The entire family can enjoy select movies for FREE every Saturday. First-come, first-served as seating is limited to the theatre capacity.

Sensory-friendly films offer families struggling with autism an opportunity to enjoy a family outing in a safe and accepting environment. Simple adjustments like turning the sound down, leaving the lights up and offering additional staff within the theater to help with concessions, make a film screening sensory-friendly, and welcoming to families who struggle with autism. Audience members are welcome to dance, sing, and walk around without judgment or scrutiny.

February 23 - Madagascar 3   
March 2 - Charlie and The Chocolate Factory
March 9 - Shark Tale 
March 16 - Shrek 
March 23 - Legend of the Guardians 
March 30 - HOP     

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