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The latest buzz on outdoor movies

Post by News Tribune Staff on Aug. 22, 2008 at 3:01 pm |
August 22, 2008 3:01 pm

The animation bug bit Jerry Seinfeld awhile back, and the result was “Bee Movie,” the star’s first foray into a realm we’ll call ‘Toon World. He gives voice of a talkative honey bee named Barry who falls for Renee Zellweger and sues humanity for honey theft. It’s a cheery picture, though one with a slightly sharper edge to it than most family-orientated animated offerings, thanks to

Seinfeld’s trademark wit.

It was a decent-sized hit when it opened last November, and now it’s coming to Tacoma’s South End Recreation Area (SERA), 6002 S. Adams, at sunset Saturday. It’s the latest offering in Metro Parks’ Summer Sounds and Comcast Cinema series that’s been going on for weeks now on Saturdays in the city’s parks.

Singer-songwriter Jonathan Harris will open the evening’s entertainment with a pre-screening concert at 6:30 p.m.

As always with this series, the music and the movie are free.

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