I've never actually seen Purple Rain, and this would be a great time to see it on the big screen.
“Purple Rain” was Prince's film debut--about a young Minneapolis-based musician who finds himself at odds with his abusive parents, a musical rival, a romantic interest, and his own band as he struggles to make it as an artist--was a box-office smash when it was released in 1984, largely off the strength of the original soundtrack. Prince received two Grammys and an Oscar for the music underpinning the movie; the soundtrack also spent 24 consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard charts.
Tickets are available in advance at michtheater.org/show/purple-rain/. Tickets are the regular Michigan Theater prices: Adults are $10 and Students, Seniors, Veterans and children under 12 are $8.
About the Michigan Theater: Now celebrating its 89th year, the Michigan Theater is Ann Arbor’s award-winning non-profit historic center for fine film and performing arts. The Michigan Theater welcomes more than 250,000 visitors each year to its art house films, concerts, lectures, live theater, and special programs such as Sundance Film Festival USA and Cinetopia International Film Festival. The Michigan Theater also owns and operates the historic State Theater located just up the street at 233 State Street. The Michigan Theater is located in downtown Ann Arbor at 603 East Liberty Street. Visit michtheater.org or call the 24-hour information line at (734) 668-TIME for schedule and ticket information.
Have you seen Purple Rain? If so, would you see it again, and if not, are you looking forward to seeing it at some point?