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It’s warm! It’s warm and that’s great news. In part yes because it means you no longer have to wear a heavy coat anywhere, but even more exciting, it’s time to start planning trip to Brooklyn Bridge Park to sit outside and watch free movies with the harbor and Statue of Liberty and all the tall buildings in the background. That planning starts today, because the 2015 schedule for the movies has just dropped. As usual, it looks great, a mix of modern and older classics, with nary a dud in site, unless for some reason you hate Dr. Strangelove or Friday or Die Hard.

July 9 – High Noon

July 16 – Sharknado 2

July 23 – Attack The Block

July 30 – Clue

August 6 – Friday

August 13 – Dr. Strangelove

August 20 – Dazed and Confused

August 27 – Die Hard

As always, the movies start at sundown and are brought to you by SyFy your pals at the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, so do them a solid and don’t litter after seeing the movie. Or ever really, come on, it’s a nice park.

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