Philanderers, we feel you: You need a discreet rendezvous with your mistress this weekend, someplace off the radar that will also make her feel special, pampered. Screenland Theatre feels you, too, having expanded its annual Valentine's Day event to include three romantic movies spanning two locations tonight and Sunday. This year, Jean-Pierre Jeunet's Amelie
takes over Screenland Crossroads (1656 Washington), while the Screenland Armour (408 Armour Road in North Kansas City) presents the classic Casablanca
and Garry Marshall's new 24-star pileup, Valentine's Day
(opening everywhere this weekend). Packages for couples — including two tickets, popcorn, a bottle of red or white wine, and a box of Christopher Elbow chocolates — cost $60 and must be purchased in advance (by Wednesday, February 11). To view applicable showtimes and order packages, see screenland.com
. In case of a sellout, well, there's always Netflix, Boone's Farm and that no-tell motel out by the Truman Sports Complex.
Sat., Feb. 13, 7 & 10 p.m.; Sun., Feb. 14, 7 p.m., 2010