Movies and summer go together like butter and popcorn. There is nothing like a cool theater on a hot day, or watching a flick on a breezy summer evening. But if you find yourself a little short on cash, you might be thinking you will have to miss out on movies this summer. Never fear! Whether you are a family trying to save money or looking for an expensive date night, there are places all around Vancouver, Camas, Battle Ground and throughout Clark County where you can see a summer movie for free or just a couple bucks.

Regal Summer Movie Express – Countywide

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Blockbuster titles including Star Wars: The Last Jedi can be seen for cheap during the summer at many locations throughout Clark County.

Starting in June, all Regal cinemas throughout Clark County are participating in the Regal Summer Movie Express. These $1 movies happen all summer long, and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Will Rogers Institute. Movies are on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, starting at 10:00 a.m., though it’s best to check your local theatre for dates and start times.

Summer Movie Series – City of Vancouver Parks

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Blockbuster titles including Star Wars: The Last Jedi can be seen for cheap during the summer at many locations throughout Clark County.

Friday Night Movies in the Park are a free way you can and your family or special someone can snuggle up under the stars and watch one of the blockbusters from this past year. Vendors will be around for snacks and non-alcoholic beverages or bring your own. Movies start at dusk.

July 6: Star Wars: The Last Jedi — Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

July 13: The LEGO Ninjago Movie — Fisher Basin Park

July 20: Transformers: The Last Knight — Fruit Valley Park

July 27: Wonder Woman — Columbia Tech Center Park

August 3: Coco — Evergreen Park

August 10: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle — Marshall Park

Free Summer Movies at the Library – Camas

The Camas Public Library will have free movie showings starting June 28 and continuing all summer long. Movies screen every Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. and they even provide the popcorn for free too! Visit the Camas Public Library website for information on movies.

Movies in the Park – Camas

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Cutline Plenty of family-friendly movies are being shown, including Despicable Me 3.

The City of Camas will also have free movies in Crown Park this summer. These movies are all family-friendly, with the highest rating being PG. Special pre-movie entertainment will take place one hour prior to showtime

August 3, 8:45 p.m.: Zootopia

August 10, 8:30 p.m.: The Incredibles

August 17, 8:30 p.m.: A Wrinkle in Time

August 24, 8:15 p.m.: Despicable Me 3

August 31, 8:00 p.m.: Coco

Movies in the Park – Brush Prairie

Alderbrook Park in Brush Prairie is hosting free movies in the park with more big titles, many family-friendly, starting on July 11. Movies start at dusk. Food, snacks and beverages are available to purchase.

July 11: Wonder 

July 18: Coco

July 25: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

August 1: The Incredibles

August 8: Thor Ragnarok

August 15: Cars 3

August 22: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Rusty Grape: Movies on the Lawn – Battle Ground

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If you are looking for a great date night, look no further than the Rusty Grapes Moving on the Lawn series, featuring favorite flicks like Men in Black.

A perfect setting for a summer movie date night, the Rusty Grape Vineyard in Battle Ground is having summer movies certain Friday nights starting in July. Go early and enjoy their outdoor tasting bar before the show begins.

July 6: Independence Day

July 13: La La Land

July 27: Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitters Dead

August 3: Jumanji

August 10: Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion

August 17: Jaws

August 24: The Burbs

August 31: The Sixth Sense

September 7: Men in Black

September 14: Titanic

Regal Vancouver Plaza 10 – Vancouver

If you want to see newer movies without paying top-dollar, check out Regal Vancouver Plaza. Their ticket prices, including non-matinee, are under $5. That’s like early 2000s pricing! And their movie selection is fairly current.

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