Recently saw Capote (again) as part of their series honoring the career of Philip Seymour Hoffman. I had not been to the Dryden since its recent restoration, and was impressed with the results. Vibrant wood and colors packed into an intimate theater experience. The sound was excellent, and the movie was projected on actual film, a bit of happy nostalgia for a life-long Rochesterian. Go to their website, check out the movies they are playing, and give it a try - it's a fraction of the price and twice the fun as a larger theater chain.
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