Plymouth Theater Gets ‘Interstellar’ Head StartWillow Creek Theatre in Plymouth has been all digital since 2012, but they haven't completely let go of film's history. The theater will be pulling out its old 70-mm format film projector next week to show Christopher Nolan’s new film, "interstellar" -- three days before competitors. "Most theaters were just kind of pushing them out the door into a trash can," said assistant manager Justin Ayd.
The 5 Best Adventures For Your Rome VacationExplore five of the greatest adventures to be had in one of the most famous cities in the world, Rome.
Stay In The Real-Life Grand Budapest HotelThe luxury hotel tucked away in the Czech town of Karlovy Vary isn't the actual hotel where the film was shot, but the hapless romantic/lover of old ladies and poetry-reciting concierge Monsieur Gustave and his humble protégé Moustafa would've felt plenty at home running the place.
Best Summer Movie Events In MinnesotaCheck out these interesting alternatives in Minnesota to the usual summer blockbuster movies.
James Bond Celebrates 50th Anniversary On Big ScreenThe first James Bond movie premiered 50 years ago Friday.
Best Independent Movie Theaters In The Twin CitiesThe Twin Cities provides options for those that enjoy independent film and those just looking for a small dose of culture.
Good Question: How Do They Make Old Movies 3-D?It’s not just about the popcorn or big name stars anymore: 3-D is the buzz in movie making. Even Titanic, released 15 years ago, is coming back to the big screen in the new form. So, how do they make an old movie 3D? Good Question.
Venue Spotlight: Heights TheaterThe Heights movie theater stands out from its surroundings, taller than the nearby businesses and quite a bit flashier.
Fandango Lists Top Ten Bad Holiday MoviesEntertainment website Fandango has come out with a list of the worst holiday movies of all time.
Good Question: Is The Book Better Than The Movie?"Gone With The Wind," "The Godfather" and "The Wizard of Oz" are among the popular movies that started as a book. But there are far more films that flopped in transition. So, why is it that the book is often better than the movie?