Even without the fancy sound system and enormous screen, this is the best place in Denver to take in a film. The 1930s movie palace is a romantic, historic gem and – bonus! – it serves beer.
When the evening air is warm and dusk falls on Delta, this historic drive-in has a magical atmosphere. It is one of the few remaining such facilities in Colorado, and there are only a handful in the entire USA. Chec…
Located in the Solaris complex is Vail’s slick contemporary cinema, with three premium theaters outfitted with cush seats and a bar and restaurant in the lobby; place your order and they'll serve you in the theater.
The only movie house in Aspen proper plays first-run Hollywood fare, but thankfully spices up the blockbusters with an occasional pinch of art-house and foreign cinema. (This is Aspen, after all.)
Staffed by artsy movie geeks, this downtown indie cinema offers beer-drinking, wine-swilling, and first-run foreign and independent films.
The only movie theater in the area attracts moviegoers from Breck, Frisco and Keystone.
Movies, bowling, wood-fired pizzas and beer guarantee fun for all ages.
This 1913 historic landmark is still a great place to catch a movie.
This historic 1966 drive-in movie theater is one of only eight remaining in Colorado. It's located 3 miles west of Buena Vista.