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    I know there is one at downtown but apparently its a very plain multiplex style is there a more interesting one anywhere like celebration?

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    oh my uncle told me of one, i will email him and find out
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    Yes there is a cinema at Celebration.
    I`ve never been in there but from the outside it looks sort of art deco style like we used to have over here a while ago.





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    Oooh a proper cinema?

    I hate multi-plexes. :mad:

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    ooo now that sounds interesting!

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    There is a wonderful place up in Maitland/Casselberry area. It shows artistic or documentary type films, but does show some "popular" ones (like Brokeback Mountain, when it first came out). It has really unique seating and serves actual food/meals in additon to snacks.

    The Enzion is it's name. The cost for admission isn't crazy either. It has oodles of atmosphere and is a great place to go for a true film experience.






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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink, post: 42174
    There is a wonderful place up in Maitland/Casselberry area. It shows artistic or documentary type films, but does show some "popular" ones (like Brokeback Mountain, when it first came out). It has really unique seating and serves actual food/meals in additon to snacks.

    The Enzion is it's name. The cost for admission isn't crazy either. It has oodles of atmosphere and is a great place to go for a true film experience.
    Is that a long way from disney? (I know I know, humour me, you know what my sense of geography is like )
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    Not a terribly long way. I'm a lousy guesser with regard to miles, but I'd say no more than 20 miles?






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    http://www.enzian.org/

    Here's a link. It's listed as Maitland.






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    They change their menu from time to time. We've had the hummus selection. It was really very good. The Chef takes real pride in what he has to offer there.

    The seating is at tables in some areas, and the seats nearest the screen are small couches.

    You can reserve a specific seat or not, as you please. We reserve.






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