"Grab your children, your grandchildren, your friends, your neighbors. See 'Born to Be Wild.' This is a film made in heaven and one you will never forget."

– retired science supervisor for Norwalk Public Schools

IMAX Movies

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IMAX Fun Fact

The projector bulb in The Maritime Aquarium's IMAX Theater throws a light so bright that you could see it from the moon!

Director Rian Johnson & the cast encourage you to see "The Last Jedi" in an IMAX theater in this @Star Wars #TheLastJedi @IMAX featurette:

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Opens Dec. 14.  See it on the largest IMAX screen in Connecticut – it's six stories high. Plus, The Maritime Aquarium is the only place in the NY metropolitan area – and in all of New England – where you will be able to experience "The Last Jedi" in spectacular 70mm IMAX film projection!

Show times:  at 7 & 10 p.m. Dec. 14 (both sold-out!).  Then at 1, 4, 7 & 10 p.m. Dec. 15-23 and Dec. 26-Jan. 15.   Also at noon on Dec. 24.  No shows Christmas Day.

Tickets:  $15 adults, seniors & youths (13-17), and $12.50 for children 3-12.   Aquarium admission is separate.

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Having taken her first steps into a larger world in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," Rey continues her epic journey with Finn, Poe and Luke Skywalker in the next chapter of the "Star Wars" saga.

"Star Wars: The Last Jedi" has a rating of PG-13.

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The rave reviews are in!

"When the feelings come in 'The Last Jedi,' and they do come, they're deep and they're real. Go ahead and try to watch the penultimate scene without crying, or pretending not to. And may the Force be with you." – The Washington Post

"'Last Jedi' is deep. It's also rollicking. It's right up there with the very first Star Wars in terms of its enjoyability factor. It's a triumph." – The Seattle Times

"A stellar entry that owes much to George Lucas' original films while finding a signature vibe of its own and unleashing a few welcome twists." – USA Today

"I haven't been this into a Star Wars picture since the Empire struck back in 'The Empire Strikes Back.'" – The Chicago Tribune

"It supplies us with all the things we expect - nay, demand - in a Star Wars movie, and manages to surprise us by revealing that this fictional universe, in which we've already clocked so many hours, can still surprise us." – NPR