In honor of Oscar season, and our annual quest to see all of the Best Picture noms, here's our list from earlier this fall of Dallas' best movie theaters.
Dallas-Things-To-Do.com The Inwood
Verisimilitude. It's the suspension of disbelief you feel when you're watching a film and the line blurs between reality and the story that's engrossing you. It's a phenomenon that happens every single day in theaters all over the world. And in Dallas there are a multitude of theaters in which to kick back, sip a Coke and get your Junior Mints fix, waiting to be transported to another time and place. So in no particular order, here are five favorite places to get our verisimilitude on.
1. The Inwood Theatre (above) (5458 West Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209)
The theater's iconic exterior combined with a beautiful lobby full of murals, lighting and other original features from its birth in 1947, the now fully-restored Inwood is currently owned by Landmark Cinemas and allows moviegoers to experience a true throwback-style evening. The opposite of high-tech or cutting edge, the Inwood is full of history. A quality spot to catch new releases and indie films, you can choose to grab a drink at the bar before the show, and you can even watch your selected flick from the comfort of a number of couches, loveseats and LoveSacs in the unique "Screening Lounge Auditorium."
Adult Ticket Price: $10