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Movie cinema theatres are available for a fun afternoon outing with the family, a date, or just an enjoyable day out. Theatres usually have several different rooms where they show their feature movie selection. These are known as multiplexes; though smaller cinemas may only have one or two screens, and have select motion pictures that they choose to screen. If you are interested in finding out more about local cinemas, try researching them online. You can find out a great deal about the history, structure and audio capabilities that must be considered when building one of these structures. For instance, when you start looking around, you should be able to locate theatres that have both 3-D screens and regular ones to show their movies on. You can also find out which ones near you offer double features, discounted tickets on matinees, and snacks and drinks. Many movie theatres also have interesting histories, which you can also uproot when you being your research. They can feature unique artwork, an elaborate lobby, and even an auditorium. As you begin to research more in-depth, you can find out more than just the price of admission. You will find out how big the screens are, or how the actual movie is played on the movie screen. In most theatres, the film runs through a projector, where the audience can then watch it play. The first motion picture theatre was built in 1898, with other ones soon to follow. As flicks became more popular, you can find that more and more places where built to show the films. So, the next time you visit the movies, grab a seat, and enjoy your popcorn, watch the trailers, you will know a little bit more about the history of the theatre.
 
 
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Paradise Theater
237 Union St S, Mora, MN 55051
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(320) 679-3964
 
User Review: "I love this theater, I have been going since I was a kid. One movie a week! it's pretty great, big thing in town here!"
Koronis Cinema
209 Washburne Ave, Paynesville, MN 56362
(320) 243-3500
Quarry Cinema Inc
111 Highway 23 E, Cold Spring, MN 56320
(320) 685-7111
The Crucible
3333 W Division St, Saint Cloud, MN 56301
(320) 252-5781
Cinema Entertainment Corp
1621 Division St, Waite Park, MN 56387
(320) 251-9131
Spicer Cinema 4
151 Progress Way, Spicer, MN 56288
(320) 796-5500
Parkwood 10
1533 Frontage Rd N, Waite Park, MN 56387
(320) 251-1188
Main Street Theatre
319 Main St S, Sauk Centre, MN 56378
(320) 352-3596
Carmike Cinemas
1605 1st St S, Willmar, MN 56201
(320) 235-3811
State Theatre
35 Washington Ave E, Hutchinson, MN 55350
(320) 587-0999
Century 9 Theater
766 Century Ave Sw, Hutchinson, MN 55350
(320) 234-6800
Falls Cinema
115 1st St Se, Little Falls, MN 56345
(320) 632-5646
Bnckhouse Cinema
160 4th Ave N, Foley, MN 56329
(320) 968-8053
Long Drive In
24257 Riverside Dr, Long Prairie, MN 56347
(320) 732-3142
Monticello Theatre
9375 Deegan Ave Ne, Monticello, MN 55362
(763) 295-5007


Cinema theatres show movies and also sell foods and drinks like popcorn, candy, and soda in the lobby. Depending on where you live, you might have several movie theatres to choose from. This makes it difficult for some people to choose a cinema. If you follow these guidelines, you should be able to find a local movie theater that shows the film show times that are convenient and have environments that are comfortable. When you first contact the cinema, you will want to get some information about their show times to make sure that the one you choose has flicks playing at convenient times. Most people prefer seeing movies at night, but you might also be able to get a discount matinee price during the day at your local theater. Ask them if they show screenings of classic, independent, arts, and kinema motion pictures as well as major feature releases. When you locate a few options with the films and times that you are interested in, you will want to decide which one you like the most. Ask them about their size. Are they a big multiplex or megaplex with auditorium seating for large audiences, or a small operation with a few screens and small seating? You should also find out what kinds of screens, projectors, and sound systems they use so that you will have a good experience. Ask them if they have reclining, leather seats for your comfort. Ask them how many trailers they show. Some people like them, but some don't want to sit through them.
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