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Best Movie Theaters in Atlanta

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Though the UA is an abbreviation for United Artists, this theater is now owned by the Regal Entertainment Group. Treat yourself to a movie night at UA Tara Cinemas 4 in North Druid Hills. The theater offers the latest in film titles and top-of-the-line screens and sound to enhance your overall experience. Check website for movie times and tickets. Don't forget the jumbo popcorn!

This classic venue is a standing monument to a fading American tradition, as it is one of the last remaining drive-in theater in the Atlanta area. Its six screens are always in motion, showing first-release films throughout the week and on weekends. Depending on which night you visit, you might even catch a double feature.

This popular 14-screen cinema is located in the lavish uptown area. Come by to watch the latest Hollywood flicks in its comfortable settings. Independent films are also featured occasionally. Although the screens are smaller in size and the sound is adjusted to a comfortable mid-level, AMC Phipps Plaza 14 seems to draw a lot of movie buffs. So make sure you get here early. And one plus point is that snacks from the food court can be taken in with you!

Catch a movie at the oldest cinema of the city. Established in 1939, it has managed to maintain its charm and its status as Atlanta's true independent cinema. There are three halls screening Hollywood blockbusters and offbeat classics. Once in the neighborhood, find a good spot to park your car, dine at any nearby restaurant and then walk your way to this little venue for some movie magic in an old-time atmosphere. Call or check the website for schedules.

This art deco movie house has 8 screens for your viewing pleasure. Built in 1987, and showing independent, foreign, documentary and many more genres, this is a well-loved downtown movie-spot. Winning awards in the local paper and magazine for being the best, Landmark Theaters Midtown Art Cinema is the place to see talked-about films. For an enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn, chocolates and a beverage of your choice from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.

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