Some movies are just better on a big screen. And some movies deserve a setting way beyond your ordinary movie theater.

On Sunday, Aug. 7, the original “Star Wars” trilogy will get an appropriately grand setting for its latest big-screen rerelease: Brooklyn’s Kings Theatre. The venue is holding a marathon of all three films in partnership with Alamo Drafthouse. These will be the special edition versions, so purists be warned, but it’ll be the first time these movies will be back in theaters since their original 1997 rerelease.

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Seats are assigned, so there’s no need to arrive much before showtime at 2 p.m. Between films, there will be intermissions of about 20-30 minutes, with the final credits rolling around 9:30 p.m. Tickets are $57 and are on sale now.