(PG/1993) A young boy who tries to set his dad up on a date after the death of his mother. He calls into a radio station to talk about his dad’s loneliness which soon leads the dad into meeting a journalist Annie who flies to Seattle to write a story about the boy and his dad. Yet Annie ends up with more than just a story in this popular romantic comedy.
Parking on Ellicott Mills Dr or in Lot E, F, can ONLY be accessed by entering Ellicott Mills from Rt-40/Rogers Ave/Courthouse Drive. Once parked, walk behind the Wine Bin to Court Ave to access Main Street.
Also accessible via Rt-40/Rogers Ave/Courthouse Drive are the Courthouse lots, from there you can walk down Court Place to access the stairway to Main Street.
LOT D can be accessed from Roussey Lane [now 2-Way] off Old Columbia Pike, then you have a short walk to Main Street.
There is NO parking allowed on upper Main Street.
The Wine Bin parking lot will close to cars 1.5 - 2 hours before showtime. Please feel free to setup your chairs anytime after that. YOU CAN stop at the Bin to
drop your chairs before that.
*Please note the park area by the Log Cabin will not be available for movie seating
There is popcorn available for a donation to Howard County's Voices for Children. The movies are a free event, but please be aware that The Bin pays $1,000's of dollars each year to license and show the movies... A few rules to consider:
-No smoking on The Wine Bin property
-No talking during the movie
-Please purchase your alcohol from The Bin
-Please be polite and courteous to your fellow movie goers and share the space
Frequently Asked Questions
When do the Movies Start?
We hit the play button at 9PM May to August. 8PM after August
Do you show the Movies Rain or Shine?
Neither...can't show them when is raining or when the sun is out.
How do we find out if a movie is cancelled?
We post the cancellation or movie change on our Facebook page.
Can we drink in the parking lot?
Yes, that's the only way we make money to help pay for the movie.
Who puts the movies on?
The Wine Bin...We often hear how nice it is that "they" put the movies on and how it must help our business. We are the "they". We get no county financial support for doing the movies. On occasion we get an organization/business that would like to sponsor the movie and they help offset the license fee. In the past few years we have received a small sponsorship from Howard County Tourism.
Are the movies family friendly?
We show a wide range of movie styles. Some movies may not be appropriate for you or your family. Please visit IMDB.com to view parental warnings for each film to help you decide what is appropriate for your child and yourself.