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Empty, deteriorating, and facing an uncertain future, the Grand Theater, 2917 N. Holton St., reflects the highs and lows of Milwaukee’s movie theater history.
The 790-seat Grand was one of the city’s earliest movie houses, opening its doors in 1911 – just six years after Milwaukee’s first purpose-built theater. 640 more words
The Zellner Brothers’ Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter is a deeply somber modern-day odyssey with a host of heartbreaking episodes, softened by glimpses of droll humor. It is dark tragicomedy at its finest, and is cinematically stunning from beginning to end. 1,023 more words
There is a current trend of theater ticket sales being on the decline. With everyone downloading free screeners or enjoying streaming service from Netflix or VOD and top of the line home theaters becoming cheaper and more ubiquitous, there is less and less reason to leave the comfort of the couch. 385 more words
Kim and Kanye take going on a movies to a whole other level.
While us normal people think of seeing a newly released flick in a movie theater with strangers, uncomfortable chairs and the smell of popcorn wafting through the air, Kim and Kanye order new releases straight to their home theater. 129 more words