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Trylon Microcinema is one of the most popular movie theaters in the city. The theater is known for the screening of some of the best classics, in the history of cinema, making it one of the best movie theaters in town. You get to enjoy your favorite feature presentation on 20 feet (6 meter) screens, with state of the art sound system. Seating an audience of 50 people, Trylon Microcinema makes for the perfect theater for your next movie session.
Besides the addition of stadium style seating, this comfortable neighborhood theater hasn't changed much from the glory days of the lavish single screen auditoriums. The highly polished chrome and glass concession stand, overstuffed couches in the lobby and popcorn with real butter are items you won't find in multi-screen mega complexes.
Take a break from the big corporate theaters and check out an indie flick at the Parkway Theater, which has been part of the Minneapolis community since more than eight decades. Boasting an admission package including the movie ticket, a large soda and popcorn, the Parkway is a delightful alternative to the expensive multiplex.
This is a full-service movie house that presents challenging, unusual and entertaining films. The Lagoon is dedicated to the idea that movies are an art form worthy of being seriously appreciated today and preserved for tomorrow. The popular multiplex is home to 5 screens devoted to small art house movies and some first run Hollywood releases. The art deco atmosphere, the comfortable seating and specialty coffees available at the concession make going to the movies a pleasant experience. Located in artsy Uptown, parking can be tricky. Start at the lot dedicated to Lagoon attendees and then try the Calhoun Square ramp. Listening devices are available at the box office.