Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I get back to home?
- What is The Lamb Feed?
- How do I open/close the MyLaemmle panel?
- How does "Make a Movie Date" work?
- What is MyLaemmle?
- How do I change my account settings?
- Why should I create an account on Laemmle.com?
- How do I create an account on Laemmle.com?
- What film content can I see on Laemmle.com?
- How do I buy tickets with my Premiere Card?
- How do I buy tickets?
- What are Staff Picks?
- What are Special Engagements?
- Why are some films marked "In Theaters" not yet actually playing?
- How do I find an older film?
- How do I find a film?
- Why is a lamb next to the logo?
- How do I contribute to Laemmle.com discussions?
Click our nifty new logo on the top left of the page. Optionally, click your heels and say those enchanted words -- please let us know how that works.
The Lamb Feed (get it? … "lamb feed") is the official name of our blog. On the home page, we display the most recent blog posts under "The Lamb Feed" header so you can quickly review what's going on in the Laemmle universe.
Click the "show/hide" button just underrate the "MyLaemmle" title.
Make a Movie Date enables you to pick a movie and show time to suggest to a friend. We send an email on your behalf with your custom movie invitation. After the email is sent, it is up to you and your date to coordinate your plans and purchase tickets. However, In the future, we do plan to add ticket-purchasing capability to the Make a Movie Date system. Stay tuned!
MyLaemmle is a feature for site members only. It is a panel that opens up above the site header. First and foremost, it allows you to see, at a glance, what's playing today at your neighborhood theater. In addition, it gives you quick access to vital Premiere Card info as well as our "Make a Movie Date" module. MyLaemmle can be open and closed at will.
Sign in and use the "Preferences" dropdown menu at the top of the page.
To become "one of use" of course! But if you need more concrete reasons, here ya' go...
- Get Personalized Film Recommendations. The "MyLaemmle" panel makes it a snap to find your movie and get into your seat.
- Free Sneaks. All site members are eligible to sign up for the incredible Laemmle Sneaks Club.
- Make a Movie Date. Invite a friend to see a flick - it couldn't be easier.
- Use Your Premiere Card. Get discounts on movie tickets, DVDs, and other stuff - all on Laemmle.com! Plus, reload and track your card balance.
- Participate. Add your two cents by commenting on our film and theater blogs.
- Order History. Get a detailed record of everything you've purchased at Laemmle.com
- More. And, of course, much much more! Check it out for yourself.
Simply click the "Create an account" link on the top right of the page and follow the on-screen instructions. Or go here and click "Join us". It's free and easy.
Premiere Card holders purchase tickets the same way as regular customers. However, if you want the Premiere Card discount you must select "Premiere Card Tickets" at checkout. Also - and this is very important - you must register you card online in order to use it buy tickets on Laemmle.com.
Do the following:
- Click any red "Get Tickets" button on the site
- Select a date
- Click on a blue Showtime
- Select your ticket types and checkout
Pretty much what is says it is. Our employees are an eclectic bunch of opinionated cinephiles and "Staff Picks" is our way of sharing their passionate voices with you. Use the picks as a guide to choosing movies … or not.
An "Engagement" signifies the relationship between a film and a particular theater location. Regular engagements are set up on a weekly basis. A film might run at a theater for one, two, or several weeks. "Special Engagements" are everything else. These include: sneaks, one-night screenings, festivals, series, morning/midnight shows, and special events.
We consider "In Theaters" all films that are "Now Playing" or films that are "Opening This Week". Thus, when you look at the "In Theaters" section depending on the day of the week, you might find some films that are opening in a matter of days but have not yet started their run.
We keep information on every movie that comes to Laemmle even after its run is finished. Enter the title or other relevant terms in the Search Bar at the top of the site to find the movie you want.
There are many ways to locate a specific film, including the following:
- Mouse over the "Films" tab on the main menu
- Browse the "Films" section on the home page
- Click the "Films" tab on the main menu to access the Films Search page
- Use the Search Bar at the top of the site
Our lamb is an irreverent film lover just like us. He's also our namesake; Laemmle" comes from the Germanic word "lämmlein", meaning "little lamb". But don't take our word for it -- click on the lamb to hear his story in his own words.
First you must sign up for an account on Laemmle.com. Then simply click on any "comment" link on our blog or in any "buzz" area.