It’s almost summer, which means free outdoor movie screenings are popping up around Manhattan-area parks. On June 22, for example, the HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival, in Midtown, commences on Mondays; the Hudson RiverFlicks Big Hit Wednesdays series kicks off on July 8, on Pier 63 in Chelsea.
And then there is the Randalls Island Park Alliance’s Movie Night in the Park, at sunset at the touchdown of the 103rd Street pedestrian bridge, near Field 84. This Monday, “Jaws” opens the series, which is only proper given it’s the 40th anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s breakthrough sanguinary-by-...
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