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The new iPic Theaters at River Oaks District offer spacious reclining seats and numerous dining options Photo by Shelby Hodge
Alamo Drafthouse Vintage Park
Alamo Drafthouse Vintage Park has a strict "no-talking, no-texting" policy that enhances the moviegoing experience. Photo courtesy of Alamo Drafthouse
Studio Movie Grill, theater, crowd, watching a movie
Studio Movie Grill was among the first theater chains to introduce dining options as part of the moviegoing experience. Studio Movie Grill/Facebook
Santikos Palladium theaters in Richmond
The 22-screen Santikos Palladium theaters offers six floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall screens. Courtesy photo
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The front entrance to the River Oaks Theatre evokes an earlier period when movie theaters seemed like palaces.
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Sundance Cinemas, now owned by Carmike Cinemas, continues the amenities pioneered by Robert Redford.