Sure your kids have to go back to school eventually, but until that day comes, plan a few free movie trips to Classic Cinemas in Beloit. 

You know, while you're at it, these same movies are being shown for free in Freeport this summer, too.

The last time I went to the movies was Valentine's Day 2020, right before the world shut down.

We thought it would be the perfect Galentine's Day celebration, movie... drinks... besties.

I saw this movie with Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dryfus with one of my best friends, Krystal and it was SO BAD.

I know you're thinking, how can a movie with those two comedic genius brains be bad? But it was terrible, possibly one of the worst movies I'd ever seen.

I should've known the world was about to shut down.

Since then, I haven't really had a desire to go see a movie in the theater, but I mean when the movie is free, that's another story entirely.

And that's what's going on with Classic Cinemas locations this summer. 

If you love free movies to, make some plans to head to Classic Cinemas in Beloit or Freeport on Wednesday July 28, August 4 or August 11 to check out Trolls World Tour, The Croods: A New Age and Pokemon: Detective Pikachu on their prospective dates.

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