Time Out says
For movie lovers who don't care for traditional Hollywood blockbusters, there's no better theater than the Music Box, a two-screen cinema that shows the latest art-house films and documentaries. It's gorgeous, and the main theater regularly hosts director Q&A's as well as weekly midnight screenings of cult classics. Also, the concession stand here tops its popcorn with real butter.
Posted: Thursday, August 25, 2016
Music Box Theatre
3733 N Southport Ave
between Grace St and Waveland Ave
El stop: Brown to Southport. Bus: 9, 22, 80, 152.
$10, matinee $8, Mondays $7
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