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The Tower Theater in Little Havana is one of the oldest cultural landmarks in the city. It was built in 1926, and was regarded as one of the greatest movie theaters in the South. When an influx of Cuban immigrants came to Miami in the 1960s, the Tower Theater began showing films with Spanish subtitles and eventually Spanish language films. The theater was closed in 1984, but reopened in 2002 under the management of Miami Dade College. It now mainly serves as a community gathering place for cultural exhibitions and free lectures by college faculty.
This is a venue catering to cinema lovers in the Miami beach area. The Miami Beach Cinematheque is highly recommended for those who want to escape the daily drudgeries of life to a world of fantasy. It not only plays host to the Miami Beach International Film Festival but also regularly showcases photos and independent movies. Check website for schedule of events.
This movie house has six screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. The theatre has comfortable seating arrangements and great viewing experiences. Patrons can experience a great movie watching experience at the Le Jeune Cinema 6.
The grandiose mega shopping center of Sunset Place just would not be complete without an equally luxurious cinema facility. AMC Sunset Place 24 features deluxe stadium seating with movable armrests, and thus makes the big screen experience all the more enjoyable. Do not worry about not finding a specific movie. This theater has 24 screens and is sure to feature your favorite new film release.