I spend a lot of time going to movie marathons. For film geeks, they're an absolute blast. For normal people (or, "normies," as they like to be called), the idea of sitting in a theater all day watching 4 or 5 movies in a row could sound like torture. These are the people who, when they hear about a Lethal Weapon marathon, might grumble and say, "I'm getting too old for this... stuff." (They might not say "stuff.")

"30 Years Too Old: The Lethal Weapon Marathon" is happening this Saturday at the Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original Lethal Weapon. All four movies are screening back to back, and you can bet I'll be there. The first two Lethal Weapon movies are some of the most fun action movies you can find, and the other two will likely be pretty fun to watch with a crowd.

Tickets are still available, and the Drafthouse is pretty much the best place to see a movie, marathon or not. Come by, see me, and we'll all be just drunk enough by the time Chris Rock shows up in Lethal Weapon 4.