Best Of 2015: Movie Theater

Nothing against sterile corporate chains, because God knows we all love 'em, but indie movie houses are still one of the best barometers of a city's cultural vitality. Thankfully, discerning cinephiles can count on Kimball's for the kind of films that would otherwise require a trip to Denver. This summer's offerings have ranged from a much-acclaimed Amy Winehouse documentary and a Brian Wilson biopic to Sundance-ready fare like Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. Oh yeah, and there's a fully stocked bar, too. Let's see Tinseltown top that. — Bill Forman


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