Disney's Frozen Sing-Along (you know, for adults)

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We posted last week about Disney releasing their Oscar-nominated Frozen in a sing-along version, but we had no confirmation of theaters at the time.

Now we do, and it's pretty much playing every theater in the greater Orlando area.

There is one problem though: kids.

God damn kids!

Most of the Sing-along screenings are daytime screenings, scheduled to maximize ticket and popcorn sales for the whole family.

But you're an adult. You work hard all week, you don't want to see it with a bunch of kids. I went to a noon screening of Chicken Run when it came out. That was almost fifteen years ago and never again.

So what can you do? See it late at night. And see it on Sunday even. Those little suckers have school the next morning.

Where can you see it at night?

The AMC in Downtown Disney has 7:30 and 10:30 showings (and reserved seating).

The Cinemark at Festival Bay Mall has a 9:55 showing.

The Touchstar Cinemas Southchase 7 has a 7:10 showing (pretty early, go at your own risk).

Be safe out there. So many germs...

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