Free Movies All Summer at the New Jersey Theater Courtesy of Well-Wishers like Boraie Realty

This coming summer, residents of New Jersey are in for quite a rare treat. The New Jersey State Theatre announced that they would give free tickets to watch some of the world’s biggest blockbuster movies. The first free movie, The Incredibles was scheduled to be screened on the 5th of July and it would be followed by the comedy, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on the 11th. The third blockbuster on this tentative deal was Finding Dory on the 18th July followed by Mary Poppins and The Secret Life of Pets on the 1st and the 8th of August.

The free movie deal involves partners like Boraie Realty and is expected to draw in large crowds of young folks in the New Jersey area. The event coincides with the official launch of the burgeoning, state-of-the art theater in the area. Movie fans ought to use this opportunity to sample the experience on offer at the new theater. The management claims that they have included a 46 inch Stewart film screen complete with a powerful digital surround system for incredible acoustics. The theater comfortably hosts up to 1,850 people, upstairs and downstairs. There are balcony seats if you feel the need for some privacy.

The CEO and President of New Jersey Theater was in an upbeat mood when he broke the great news to the centraljerseyworkingmoms blog. The CEO, Tom Carto said confirmed that all the free movies are rated PG and hence suitable for the family viewing. The goal of the campaign by Tom Carto is to bring people from diverse backgrounds together for the sake of having good old-time watching popular flicks. In addition, the theatre plans to hold other activities as well. These include an event where storytellers compete against each other, a family day and many other fun performances by selected artists from Brunswick and beyond.

About Boraie

Boraie is conglomerate dealing with real estate development, sales and marketing and with property development. According to, this construction company has significantly changed the lives of the poor people of Brunswick, New Jersey. Omar Boraie has done an amazing job in recreating the city’s sky line. Today, the company boasts of having successfully completed projects estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Another positive impact by Boraie is the philanthropy courses they are involved in. The company, through its Egyptian-descent owners, has helped thousands of low-income residents in the projects to get a place they can call home.