We're Going to see Kirk Cameron's Patriotic New Film - MONUMENTAL !!

MONUMENTAL: In Search of America’s
National Treasure LIVE

MONUMENTAL: In Search of America’s National Treasure LIVE, comes to movies theaters for only one night on Tuesday, March 27 at 7:30 p.m. ET/6:30 p.m. CT/5:30 p.m. MT/ 8:00 p.m. PT.  Our show at Aliso Viejo Theater starts at 8:00pm (Pacific Time).  Use link below to purchase your tickets now before they are sold out!

This movie is sure to inspire and encourage us and remind us about America, what it means to be an AMerican and that America is good!  Let's join together and attend together!


Fathom Events and Kirk Cameron present a LIVE one-night theatrical event that will inspire audiences to rediscover the people and principles that made America the strongest, most free and prosperous nation on earth.

In Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure Live, actor Kirk Cameron will take audiences on a journey through live conversations with special guests, live music from top artists, and his labor of love Monumental.


Monumental traces the heroic and harrowing travels of the early Pilgrims and encounters the unlikely men and women who risked everything for liberty. Experience the stories of faith that guided education, government and civic life and hear from inspiring leaders on simple and practical ways to keep America’s ideals alive, beginning at home. Join us for this high-energy patriotic event that will unite audiences in a celebration of America's story of faith and freedom!
 

TICKETING

Tickets are on sale now! Limited seats available – so buy your tickets early!  We are selecting Aliso Viejo Theater as a group, but please purchase your own tickets as we are not purchasing/reserving any for our group.  Use link below.

http://www.fandango.com/monumental:insearchofamericasnationaltreasure_152082/movietimes?tid=AAFRH&wssaffid=11551_NationalCineMedia%28NCM%29&wssac=58&date=03/27/2012

After you purchase your tickets, RSVP yes on this meetup site and for those who want to, we'll get together beforehand for a lite dinner somewhere near the theater. 

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  • Nina D.

    I cannot even begin to describe how wonderful this movie is. Monumental is possibly one of the most important films ever made on the history of America. It is a mind blowing movie opening up a history and a truth about this country that not only is no longer taught but has been deliberately hidden and is on the verge of being forbidden. Please, anyone and everyone must demand this movie to be shown at a theater near you. This movie MUST be seen by every man, woman, and especially child. It is a movie that in short gives you the building blocks of life and clarifies to all that NONE of that can exist without our faith in G-D.

    March 29, 2012

  • Cyndi U.

    Excellent. Very educational and inspirational. We lost the last few minutes but great to see so many people there and excited to hear Kirk's message. WEnt up to Tustin Theatre due to sold out theatres nearby. ;-)

    March 28, 2012

  • MARY S.

    We had a full theatre, I thought it was well done and a great history lesson that every child in America should be sitting down and watching. Compared to what New York came out with this morning stating that they can't say in school words like "terrorist, birthday, computer" basically censoring our kids and dumbing them down even more. We were disappointed at the end of the movie while Kirk Cameron was still talking we lost the signal (atleast that's what the theatre said) don't know if that was true or not but it wasn't over when it ended abruptly. Overall it is a movie that needs to get out to everyone so we can stop the spread of all the lies in our education system. Teacher's are lying to our kids and this has to stop. Glad to see Glenn Beck and David Barton envolved with this as well Kirk took a lot of flack for wanting to go to 8/28 but this time he stood up. Perhaps his involvement with Glenn and David Barton Glenn will come to know the Lord as well. On our knees in prayer

    March 28, 2012

  • David and Ronnie L.

    The film Monumental was schedule to be shown last night at the Edwards Theaters in Aliso Viejo. Unfortunately, it was canceled due to problems with the projection equipment. It was unbelievable; two theaters full of viewers, approximately 400+ people waited for an hour while the theater management tried to fix the system. The film was being transmitted on-line by the DISH network but I’m not sure if they were the problem. This was one theater out of hundreds, nationwide, that was scheduled to show the film on 27 March 2012. I only hope that other viewers in other cities weren’t as disappointed as we were.

    March 28, 2012

  • Nina D.

    Tustin still has tickets left. I got mine today. There are also tickets available at The Block in Orange.

    March 26, 2012

  • Cyndi U.

    I tried to call Aliso & Irvine theatre last night and couldn't get anyone to answer. Says sold out when trying to buy online. Try the Tustin Theatre at the District. AMC Tustin 14 @ The District
    2457 Park Avenue
    Tustin, CA 92782
    Phone :[masked]

    March 26, 2012

  • Lynn

    Are you guys sure this is sold out? We called the theater because the site wouldn't allow any ticket sales. Box office person said there were plenty of seats left and that we should just come and buy the tickets there.

    March 26, 2012

  • Socalgal

    All O.C theaters apparently sold out...will they have a second showing sometime soon?

    March 26, 2012

  • MARY S.

    There are eight of us going Tuesday night at Irvine Spectrum at 8:00 I don't know if they are sold out but we have our tickets.
    Mary

    1 · March 23, 2012

  • CRichardson

    If the tickets are sold out try other theaters in Orange County!

    March 23, 2012

  • Miles M.

    Tickets are sold out!!

    March 23, 2012

  • CRichardson

    You guys are so awesome for signing up to see the movie. Make sure you buy your tickets ahead of time.

    March 12, 2012

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