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The Best Places to See a Movie in Cleveland
Cleveland is in many ways a quintessential film town. The city has been featured in blockbusters like "The Deer Hunter," "A Christmas Story," "Air Force One" and "Spiderman 3."
And Cleveland loves its film community. With a sense of style the impressed call "innovative" and the confused call "quirky," Cleveland has a take on movies that's all its own. After all, it is the town that inspired "American Splendor" and "Welcome to Collinwood."
And no matter what your film tastes are, Cleveland has a cinematic institution that's ready to serve you.
Best Independent Theater: Cedar Lee Theatre
2163 Lee Road in Cleveland Heights
Situated in a neighborhood of German storefronts and Catholic churches, the Cedar Lee looks like just another neighborhood theater. What's so different about it? It begins with the snack bar, which offers local fare - including Russian tea biscuits and freshly baked cookies - in addition to concession stand staples like popcorn and candy. The beverages include beer, wine, tea and espresso drinks.
Cedar Lee has one of the most diverse schedules of late-night movies of any cinema in Cleveland. Upcoming showings include high-definition opera, interactive live performances of "The Princess Bride" and "Clue," and "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" with Cleveland's floor show cast, Simply His Servants. The theater's specialty is foreign art films and small-budget movies. They'll give the more mainstream films an occasional showing; just don't go in looking for this week's blockbuster to be playing.
Best Inner-City Cinema: Tower City Cinemas
230 W. Huron Road in Cleveland
If you've never been to the sprawling Tower City Shopping Plaza in the heart of Cleveland, the movie theater may be tough to find at first. Its entrance is half-hidden in a long hallway off of the food court.
Plan to get to the plaza about 45 minutes before your movie starts because - depending on whether the Cavs are playing - you may need to hunt for a parking spot. And, when passing through the food court, you'll likely want to stop for a snack. Food outlets like "It's All Greek to Me" are close at hand, sending out marvelous clouds of steamy fragrance until it's hard to convince yourself that you actually want buttered popcorn.
Best Educational Cinema: OMNIMAX Theater at the Great Lakes Science Center
601 Erieside Ave. in Cleveland
The OMNIMAX Theater is unlike any other local movie experience. Expect to perch on seemingly precarious seats that overlook a six-story bubble screen. If you've never been given instructions on how to watch an OMNIMAX movie, closing your eyes and taking deep breaths is a tip to remember; it might sound dramatic now, but you're likely to use those instructions when the movie starts.
It's easy to get swept away by the dizzying experience of seeing worlds real and imagined on a screen so expansive that you feel like you're there. The images fill your consciousness to the point that you find yourself gasping when the camera goes underwater or clutching the armrests when it pans down off of a building.
Best Cinema Chain: Cinemark Theaters
6001 Canal Road in Cleveland
8161 Macedonia Commons Blvd. in Macedonia
On a list of regional movie houses and cinemas, it may seem a little odd to be rhapsodizing about a chain cinema in the Cleveland suburbs. But when it comes to Cleveland chain cinemas, no one beats Cinemark.
A Cinemark building is like a Grecian temple to the art of moviemaking. The stories-high foyer that greets guests also directs them along well-appointed hallways. Mini snack counters dot the way to the theaters equipped with comfy reclining chairs in stadium seating.
Cinemark isn't just a pretty face. Like the rest of the best, Cinemark takes chances. And it's one of the few chains in the area to do so. If you wanted to see the first "8 Films to Die For" when it came to town in 2020, the only place to see it near Cleveland was at a Cinemark. And if you wanted to see the earliest and last showings of "Grindhouse," you headed toward Cinemark as well. The chain's size and number of theaters to fill gives its guests excellent accommodations with just enough innovation to keep them coming back for their next night out.
Best Film Festival: The Cleveland International Film Festival
Tower City Center
230 W. Huron Road in Cleveland
For more than 30 years, the Cleveland International Film Festival has been a festival for film fans run by film fans. Critics and focus groups need not apply. Even insiders like Michael Raisler from Cinereach say they've never seen fan involvement like that at this festival.
Festival movies are shown at several locations, with dozens of showings in the Cleveland area each day. Many of the festival entries come from the directorial talents of rising stars like Jan Hrebejk, Emily Abt and Jesper Ganslandt. And none of the presented films are limited by borders - be they the borders of a country or borders of artistic expression.