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The West Portal theater offers listening devices, closed-captioning, descriptive narrative, and the option to print tickets at home. Located by the West Portal Muni station, it features independent films alongside blockbusters.
Only in certain human endeavors can something attain a level of awfulness that it completes some weird circuit and be-comes good. Bad songs can be entertaining, ugly paintings can be desirable, skinny jeans can somehow maintain a hold on the... More »
A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess’s brilliant, slang-infused 1962 novella of disturbed and disturbing youth, is one tough read. Stanley Kubrick’s harrowing 1971 film is more, ahem, penetrable, but remains an unapologetically tough sit, even at... More »
I am an avid movie goer. I will even see a movie by myself if no one wants to go. What I cant stand though is when you pay your $12 for a ticket and then $10 for snacks only to be annoyed by talking people or screaming children. Well you wont find that at this theater. Not only do they only play quality films, but there is a rule prohibiting children 6 and under into evening R rated shows. And the best part- they have bin candy! you know the make your own bag kind. This is hands down my favorite theater in SF.
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