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All of L.A.'s outdoor movies in one calendar
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All of L.A.'s outdoor movies in one calendar

Outdoor movies combine two obvious things about L.A.: we're really into film and we love being outside.

The 50 most romantic movies of all time
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The 50 most romantic movies of all time

We're talking love love love: the kind of movie that starts up the waterworks and makes you believe again. 

Tourists are flocking to L.A. in search of 'La La Land' magic
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Tourists are flocking to L.A. in search of 'La La Land' magic

Love it or hate it, La La Land seems to be the film juggernaut that won't go away, and now it's being credited with bringing more tourists to Los Angeles, eager to get their own moment of singing, dancing and romance. Two recent surveys on the topic seem to confirm that this La La effect is real. One, conducted by the Los Angeles Tourism and Convention Board, found that among people across the country who had seen the movie, an overwhelming 86 percent said they were either “more likely” or “much more likely” to visit L.A. Another, conducted by movie ticket seller Fandango, found in a sample of 1,000 Millennials who had seen La La Land, 64 percent said the movie itself make them want to visit, the L.A. Times reports. Businesses that cater to tourists are trying to capture some of that Hollywood excitement with special tours and guides. Starline Tours has a specific La La Land bus tour to take fans around to filming locations and Discover Los Angeles has set up a website dedicated to guiding any visitor who wants to recreate scenes out of the movie on where to go. There’s plenty of anecdotal evidence for the La La bump, too. The Jar, a real-life restaurant where Emma Stone’s character dines in the film, reports that they’ve seen groups regularly coming in asking to sit at the specific table where the scene was shot. “It literally happens three or four times a week,” manager Rose Sanchez told the Times, “La La Land has had quite an impact for us.”    Want more? Sign up here

Flying Lotus on his feature film debut
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Flying Lotus on his feature film debut

“I have never done this thing before and I have no idea what people will think,” says Steven Ellison—widely known by his ‌primary stage name, Flying Lotus—‌when asked about his recent filmmaking work. 

Movie-going in LA

The best drive-in theater options in Southern California
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The best drive-in theater options in Southern California

Looking for a fun date idea? Yes, drive-ins still exist. Enjoy your movie!

The 11 best movie theaters in Los Angeles
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The 11 best movie theaters in Los Angeles

Movie theaters are a dime a dozen here in LA, but these eleven spectacular cinemas are a reel above the rest.

The best dine-in movie theater options in Los Angeles
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The best dine-in movie theater options in Los Angeles

Dinner and a movie is a tradition as old as the cinema itself—at these spots, you can do both at once.

Best open-air places to watch movies in LA
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Best open-air places to watch movies in LA

Love outdoor movies? Enjoy summer nights with this guide to the best places to watch films under the stars.

Time Out film lists

The 100 best teen movies
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The 100 best teen movies

It's possible that no other genre of film hits home for people the way teen movies do.

 50 films that best capture the essence of LA
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50 films that best capture the essence of LA

The world knows Los Angeles better than it thinks.

The most romantic movies of all time
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The most romantic movies of all time

Prepare to swoon at our loveliest of lists, the 50 most romantic films of all time.

The best and worst Disney movies
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The best and worst Disney movies

From Snow White to Frozen, we explore the brilliant best and woeful worst of Disney animated films.

50 great documentaries
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50 great documentaries

As long as there is fantasy in film, audiences will also yearn for the truth—or something close to it.