Showtimes

Friday 7pm

Saturday 7pm

Sun 2pm, 7pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday 7pm

Wednesday 7pm

Thursday 7 pm

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To, Too, or Two? Dumb and Dumber

Since I’ve not seen the original movie, and fail to understand its charm, I asked HERO Board member Tyler Abens to write this week’s blog post for Dumb and Dumber To, now showing at the Webster Theater. And I’m going to accept his invitation to sit back and watch it with an open mind, ready to laugh. Tyler promises I will enjoy it.
Now here’s Tyler:
“Just when you think Harry and Lloyd couldn’t do anything any dumber, they go and do something like this…and totally redeem themselves!!!” This is one of the many many lines from Dumb and Dumber that my buddies and I quote on a daily basis.
The first Dumb and Dumber has been one of my favorite movies for the last 20 years and I am anxious to see the sequel.  It is a movie that you can watch over and over and it gets funner every time you watch it.  I recently had the opportunity to watch the original with my son and we laughed together at all the stupidity!  As we have waited for the release of Dumb and Dumber To it has been interesting to notice that guys between the age of 20-40 can’t wait to see it and think it looks funny and women and people 50 years and older think it look sooo “dumb” and would never waste their time going to it.
I encourage you to come to the Webster Theater no matter what your demographic and sit back and laugh at some ridiculously stupid humor and enjoy it for what it is.
Tyler Abens
Abens Realty
PO Box 742
Webster City, IA 50595
See you at the movies!
Keri

Holiday Schedule

We have special hours this Christmas week:

Friday, December 19, 7pm
Saturday, December 20, 7pm
Sunday, December 21, 2pm and 7pm
Monday, December 22, Closed
Tuesday, December 23, 7pm
Wednesday, December 24, 2pm
Thursday, December 25, 7pm

Madagascar Penguins starts Friday, December 26.

I will post the January schedule as soon as it is confirmed, but I think you’re going to love it!

FREE Saturday Movies in December

Saturday December 20, How the Grinch Stole Christmas is sponsored by the Webster City Church of Christ. Tickets were available Saturday, December 1, during Christmas at the Bridge. If you didn’t get tickets, but want to see the movie, you are welcome to come and wait at the box office Saturday. In the past, people withContinue Reading

Have a Merry Little Christmas

Thanksgiving is over and our thoughts turn to Christmas. Christmas is meant to be a season of joy, a reason to hope, and a time to make great memories. If your Christmas will bring all of those things, then perhaps you have room in your heart to give a child a Christmas like that too.Continue Reading

We’re on the Radio!

Just like you, we’re thinking about the holidays. Perhaps you’ve heard our ads on the local radio station. If not, give a listen here. And when you’re thinking about things to do with your family, think about the Webster Theater. We blend state-of-the-art digital cinema, with good, old-fashioned service. Click here for our Movie PhoneContinue Reading

Our WW II Veterans

In conjunction with our showing of Fury, we are asking our friends and followers to send us pictures of “their” World War II family members to post here on our website. You can post your picture on our Facebook page by Clicking Here.  Or send an email to keri at webstertheater dot org.  Sorry —Continue Reading

I’ll Be Home for Christmas??

Do you have family coming home during the holiday season? Do you need another “spare room?” Well, the Webster Theater and the Webster City Super 8 have a Holiday Deal for you!   This deal valid November 4 through December 31, 2014. Coupon required. Stop by either business for more information.

I’m Beginning to Think a Lot About Christmas

Christmas is coming, but Christmas shopping season is already here. Please consider a Webster Theater gift for the movie lovers in your family. We offer gift certificates good for movie admission, or treats from the concession stand. I’m printing up some holiday envelopes to make the giving easier for you. We have a couple otherContinue Reading

What Do Ratings Mean?

We had a couple of parent / child groups leave The Maze Runner because the content was too intense for the child. The movie was rated PG-13, but there are various reasons why a movie might get that rating. There is a “box” next to a movie’s rating notice that explains “why” it received theContinue Reading

Love Your Local

Local radio likes local theaters. We were recently featured on KHOI radio 89.1 as they took a look at community-based movie theaters around central Iowa. CLICK HERE to visit the KHOI website where you can “click to listen” to the show.  

I Wish I Were a Fish

What is it about dolphins that touches our hearts so? Are you old enough to remember The Incredible Mr. Limpet, starring Don Knotts? I remember it fondly. What dolphin memories do you have? Share them with your kids, then bring your family to watch Dolphin Tale 2, and let them make dolphin memories of theirContinue Reading