Are you looking for another free, outdoor movie screening option for tonight? One of the most wonderful NYC movies ever made, Moonstruck, will be shown tonight at on the Josie Robertson Plaza at Lincoln Center—the very setting of a pivotal scene!

In the 1987 film directed by Norman Jewison, Cher plays Loretta Castorini, a dowdy Brooklyn widow who works as a bookkeeper, finds herself engaged to one man, Johnny Cammareri (Danny Aiello), but then attracted to his estranged brother with a wooden hand, Ronny Cammareri (Nicolas Cage). At one point, Ronny demands, "Meet me at the Met!" and Loretta says, "Where's the Met?":

Also, Loretta lives with her parents (Olympia Dukakis and Vincent Gardenia) in a gorgeous Brooklyn Heights home. Cher won the Oscar for Best Actress, and Dukakis won for Best Supporting Actress; John Patrick Shanley won for Best Screenplay.

The screening is at 8 p.m. and is first-come, first serve outside the Metropolitan Opera House. It's a special kick-off to the Met Opera's Summer HD Festival, which will feature "10 of the Met’s most popular Live in HD productions from past seasons for free," like Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Verdi’s Falstaff, and, yes, Puccini’s La Bohème—the opera that Loretta and Ronny see—which will be shown tomorrow, August 23.