Even though Governor Phil Murphy announced that movie theaters in New Jersey can open once again this Friday, Jersey Shore towns are still offering drive-up movies who don't feel safe being inside a movie theaters with complete strangers.

When movie theaters reopen this Friday, attendance will be capped at either 25 percent of room capacity or 150 movie-goers, whichever is less. That extends beyond the restriction in place for most indoor gatherings — 25 percent or 25 people.

The latest Drive-In movie experience is the "Drive-Up Experience" at 81 Rt. 35 South in Neptune. Cost is just $10 bucks per car

 This week, you can see movies like Office Space, Black Panther, The Upside, Coming to America, and more

According to our sister station 94.3 The Point:

A non-profit called From Jersey With Love runs The Drive Up Experience and has some great drive-up movie fundraiser opportunities available for clubs, PTA groups, football and baseball leagues, and any other local organization in need.

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