It's been forever since I've been to a drive-in movie theater. My husband and I went to the one several years ago that used to be where Tom Ridge Center is now near Presque Isle. We went when we found out it was closing and wanted to have one last memory there. The last movie we saw there was The Perfect Storm.
Tonight we went to the Waterford drive-in just for the fun of it. I'm not really into X-men but X-men First Class was playing with the new Pirates of the Caribbean as the second feature. It was a beautiful night to have the windows down (until the mosquitoes came out) and seeing the children throwing footballs in the front area under the huge screen until it got dark enough for the movie was fun. I brought my pillow and a blanket and we leaned our car's seats back and munched ourselves full of popcorn and chocolate before the movie even started. The first movie was over just past 11PM. We didn't stay for the the Pirates of the Caribbean because it would be past 1AM before it was over! It didn't look like many cars were leaving, they were in it for the long haul.
I remember the days when you paid "per car" but this theater charged per person. I guess "per car" days are over. But I've heard tales of people hiding in the trunk of cars on the way in so they wouldn't have to pay, so maybe they did charge per person back in the "olden days."
It was nice that we could bring our own snacks and soft drinks with us. I'd like to do it again on a nice summer evening.