Here’s the ticket: Local movie critics will tell you “The Uptown” is the best place to see a movie in the Washington, D.C. area. Opened in 1936, it’s not a movie theater, but a movie palace featuring a single screen—a curved, 70-foot long and 40-foot high screen, one of the largest in the area. The theater features a big balcony that’s perfect for couples who want to sneak upstairs and hold hands where generations have done the same.
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