wheres a nice cinema in Orlando?

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    I'll be wanting to go and watch twilight when it comes out :) I know theres a cinema in downtown disney but it was pretty normal. Is there a better one? What about universal citywalk?
     
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    There used to be one on international drive in pointe orlando, im not sure if its still there now - i think it is, but wouldnt want to say for definate!
     
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    There's one at Festival Bay on I Drive. I think they're all your pretty standard multiplexes in and around the Disney area though.

    Tink would know if there's a "proper" movie theater in the area though.
     
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    There is a very nice, true theatre in Maitland (Casselberry). It's the Enzian. However, they show either very artistic presentations, films that others won't show here (no, not porn, rather things like Brokeback Mountain, For the Bible Tells Me So, Milk and the like). They also show "cult films" from long ago, and very old films. It's all rather artsy. :D

    Sometimes they'll show a "popular" film, but usually not.

    I'm afraid for the most part you are stuck with those commercial cinema places. :sorry:
     

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