How to Get to Know Your Favorite Movies in the Best Place on Earth

It’s not always easy to find movies you’ll like, but when it’s the perfect time to catch up on a favorite movie, you can get started.

We’ve rounded up the best places to see the films you love, and made sure you have all the info you need to make the right choice.

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Arizona Wedding Photographer Omaha, Nickelback, and the movie ‘The BFG’ in ‘BFG’ on the patio of the Arizona Grand Canyon Resort on March 3, 2019 in Tempe, Arizona.

Photographer: Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesThe most obvious choice to get to know a movie is the Grand Canyon itself, but for a few reasons, you might also want to check out a movie at a different place.

For example, if you’re a movie buff, the Arizona State Fair is often the perfect place to see a few classic films.

Or if you just want to hang out with friends, try seeing a film at a convention or a festival, and maybe even a movie theater.

There are other great options too, like the Hollywood Bowl at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where you can see the likes of ‘Goodfellas,’ ‘Thelma and Louise,’ and ‘The Princess Bride.’

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Arizona Restaurant & Wine Bar & Lounge Restaurant at the Grand Mesa Wine Bar and Lounge in Tempo, Arizona, May 9, 2019.

Photographer/Alex Washburn/GettyImagesThe Grand Mesa in Tempos is a perfect place for a date night.

The Grand Mesa is an all-ages neighborhood with an eclectic mix of eateries, including The Grand Chairs at The Grand Rapids Club, which has a large, outdoor patio, and The Grand Lounge, a modern-day cocktail lounge with a bar and a cocktail bar.

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Tempe Grand Canyon Restaurant & Bar Tempe City Hall, Tempe Arizona, April 29, 2019, featuring an alluring sunset on the Grand canyon in the background.

Photographer David McNew/GettyImageYou’ll find plenty of movie night options at the Tempe Convention Center, where the Phoenix Suns basketball team plays, as well as in the Tempos restaurant and bar, which is a great place to watch a few films with your friends.

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Arizona State Museum & Art Museum of Arizona State History in Teme, Arizona March 1, 2019 as part of the grand opening ceremony for the Arizona Museum of Art.

Photographer Evan Agostini/GettyPhotosThe Arizona State University campus is also an excellent place to stop by for a film, with many of the schools most famous exhibits, including the Arizona Diamondbacks football stadium and the University of Arizona football campus.

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Teme Grand Canyon Grill & Bar in Temes Grand Canyon Historic District, Tempo Arizona, March 1 to May 30, 2019 on the grounds of the Grand Chair.

Photographer Daniela Bowers/GettyView photos Teme is home to Tempe State College, one of the nation’s top schools in law school admissions.

The restaurant serves up plenty of classic and contemporary dining choices, including a selection of sandwiches and salads, along with a menu that includes a selection from local and regional favorites.

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Grand Canyon Art Museum in Temecula, Arizona October 1 to November 1, 2018.

Photographer Justin Sullivan/GettyFor a movie night, you should also head to Temeculada, home of the famed Temeculas Grand Canyon, which also has a unique setting.

The town of Temecule is a mix of desert, mountains, and rolling hills, which means that if you want to experience the canyon, you’ll have to head up the mountain.

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The Arizona Diamondback Stadium at University of Phoenix Stadium in Phoenix, Arizona September 22, 2019 to October 7, 2019 with a stadium full of fans in the backdrop.

Photographer Jason Kempin/GettyPhotographer/Mark Lennihan/GettyIt’s a great idea to try the Arizona Desert Trip at the Arizona Stadium, which houses the Arizona Wildcats football team.

The Desert Trip is a series of activities for fans to explore, including an outdoor viewing area with a movie screen, and a food truck stand.

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The Tempe Museum of Contemporary Art Tempe Art Museum, Temecos Grand Canyon May 8, 2019 at the opening of the Tempo Art Museum.

Photographer Kevin Mazur/GettyIn Temes Historic District is a wonderful option to see an old movie with a group of friends.

In Temecular, Arizona there are many options to see some of the more classic classics, such as ‘The Magnificent Seven’ or ‘Sleeping Beauty,’ but also a number of contemporary and foreign films.

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The Mesa Art Museum and Mesa Grand Canyon Museum in Mesa, Arizona November 5 to 7, 2018 at the entrance of the Mesa Grand Caverns.

Photographer Joe Raedle/GettyGetty 10.

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