Tommy in 1975 then they tore the theater down and built a Macdonalds. In 1982 I saw the Beastmaster at the local drive-in then they tore it down and built a Stop & Shop. In 1984 I saw Deep Inside Annie Sprinkle XXX at the city drive-in then they tore it down and made a flea market.
1995's 'Freeway' (in February 2020). I'm a regular visitor to my local arthouse cinema which plays both new independent/foreign films and older cult movies. Though I have seen plenty of new movies released since, last year's 'The Lighthouse' was the last new release I saw on the big screen.
You are going back YEARS! - stopping had NOTHING to do with COVID for me - it was another health issue that popped up - RARE (only about 7% of the population globally ever deal with it!) - if it gets too dark, I can start to vomit (it's a balance issue, if can not see clearly - can't tell where straight even is - so dizzy, then sick! - Also effects hearing, fortunately in my case, only in one ear.) HOWEVER that would be Star Trek Nemesis - and I walk out slightly dizzy and stomach upset (it was starting then - just didn't know what was going on yet at the time) but worth it.