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Movies in Los Angeles, California

Posted last August 18, 2015, 10:54 am in Nightlife report article

Film is considered by some to be the most dominant art form of the twentieth century. It is many things, but it has become above all a means of telling stories through images and sounds. The stories are often offered to us as quite false, frankly and beautifully fantastic, and they are sometimes insistently said to be true. But they are stories in both cases, and there are very few films, even in avant-garde art, that don't imply or quietly slip into narrative. This story element is important, and is closely connected with the simplest fact about moving pictures: they do move.The main reasons for going to see films have been to learn about the world of ideas and things, to forget and get away to escape, to pass time, to relieve boredom, to impress others.

ArcLight Cinemas
Vista Theatre
AMC Del Amo 18
New Beverly Cinema
California Science Center - IMAX Theater
CGV Cinemas Movie Theater
Landmark Theatres
Regal Cinemas LA LIVE 14
Cinefamily at Silent Movie Theatre
AMC Burbank 16
Van Nuys Plant 16
Highland Theatres
AMC Universal CityWalk 19 with IMAX (Los Angeles)
Los Feliz
Downtown Independent
Rave Cinemas Baldwin Hills 15
AMC Atlantic Times Square 14
Pacific Theatres Sherman Oaks 5
Edwards Alhambra Renaissance 14 & IMAX
Nuart Theatre
Mgn Five Star Cinema

AMC Santa Monica 7
AMC Loews Broadway 4
Landmark Theatres
Los Angeles Theatre
AMC Dine-in Theatres Marina 6
Vine Theatre
Cinemark At the Pike
Tiki Theatre Inc
Bruin Theatre
Regent Theatre
El Capitan Theatre
Electric Dusk Drive-In
Westside Pavilion Cinemas
IMAX Corporation
The Egyptian Theatre
Downtown Palace
Street Food Cinema
Crest Westwood
Dolby Theatre

Edwards South Gate 20 & IMAX
Sundance Cinemas West Hollywood
IPic Theaters
Hollywood Movie Posters
Cinespia Hollywood Forever Cemetery Movie Screenings
Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre
The ARC Theater
American Cinematheque
TCL Chinese Theatre
CJ4D Plex
Echo Park Film Center
Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum
Million Dollar Theater
Kim Sing Theatre
AMC Santa Anita 16
James Bridges Theater
UCLA Film & Television Archive 

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 Cinema has become not only a serious art form but a field of study by itself. Continuous advancement in film technology and high level of conceptualization of the film take viewer to the world outside his day-to-day world providing entertainment, which has made cinema a popular medium of masses.Films have a hypnotic influence on most children and adults. They imitate the heroes and heroines. They indulge in day dreaming and fantasy and when it increases, children become unable to accept the hard realities of life.