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Daily @ 7:30 p.m.
 
   

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Corner of Lawrence and Polk Streets
1120 Lawrence Street
Port Townend, Wa 

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THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN

Opens: Friday, July 1st
Three Days Only!  
Friday 7/1 thru Sunday, July 3rd

Starring:  Mark Rylance . Sally Hawkins 
Directed by: Craig Roberts 
Written by: Simon Farnaby

Rated (PG-13)
Run Time 1hr. 46min. 

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPEN tells the heartwarming true story of Maurice Flitcroft (Mark Rylance), a dreamer and unrelenting optimist. This humble crane operator from Barrow-in-Furness managed to gain entry to The British Open Golf Championship qualifying in 1976, despite never playing a round of golf before. He shot the worst round in Open history and drew the ire of the golfing elite, but became a folk hero in the process and, more importantly, showed his family the importance of pursuing your dreams. 
Come up to The Uptown and get Ready For the 2022 Open Championship with this Fun Summer Movie.  

Director Craig Roberts gives the story a fairy tale quality, seeing Maurice as an innocent wandering through the big bad world and outsmarting those who live by traditional notions of class, power, and achievement, to a bouncy soundtrack of 70’s hits.
-Nell Minow, MOVIE MOM

Mark Rylance scores some farcical laughs as real-life mediocrity Maurice Flitcroft, but his family life gives the movie heart.
-Richard Roeper, CHICAGO SUN-TIMES


The Phantom of the Open is a love letter to dreamers everywhere, and as such it defies scrutiny. Gifted actors have a way of blurring one’s critical vision.
-Leonard Maltin, LEONARDMALTIN.COM