Remember the scene in “Jurassic Park” when they see the dinosaur in real life. The scientists are in awe? And the park’s lawyer says: “We’re gonna make a fortune with this place!”
That might be what it will be like Friday night for moviegoers when the downtown Detroit drive-in theater opens showing the dinosaur movie. Especially judging by the surge in searches for the theater — and that the tickets already are sold out.
It’s almost like we forgot what the big screen was like, after months of the pandemic.
The Monroe Street Drive-in, a block from Campus Martius, will debut with a screening of the Steven Spielberg film that brought dinosaurs to life and made the velociraptor famous.
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