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Harbor East Theatre provides seven top-class screens for your viewing pleasure. With stadium-style seating and a self-styled gourmet concession stand, this is a step above your usual movie-going experience, a fact that is reflected in the slightly higher ticket prices. There is nearby cheap parking, which can be validated with your ticket. Check the website for details of upcoming shows.
This fabulous uptown cinema was built in 1939, when theaters only had one very large screen. Watching a first-run film on the Senator's huge screen is something every movie fan should experience. Indeed, USA Today named it one of the top four theaters in the country. Along with the Charles Theater, the Senator is the heart of Maryland's vibrant cinema scene, and regularly hosts the debuts of films by directors John Waters and Barry Levinson, both Baltimore natives.
Bengies is the proud owner of America's biggest movie theater screen, which measures a whopping 52 feet high and 120 feet wide, meaning that you'll get a good view no matter where you are in the parking lot. Open since 1956, this iconic features a concession stand, children's playground and onsite bathrooms. The theater features triple show nights on the weekends and tends to host classic movies, and cult favorites along with the latest box office hits. Check the website for showtimes and drive-in rules.