Moviegoers may sit back and enjoy a movie night and snacks at a renowned theater
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About Landmark Lagoon Cinema
This Lagoon Theatre has been operated by Landmark since 1995 and has five movie screens. It features the area's finest first-run independent films and foreign language cinema in a luxurious and locally flavored setting. The Lagoon Cinema borrows its name from the building that used to stand where the Uptown Theatre is today. The Lagoon Theatre, as it was known, burned down in the 1930s and was replaced by the Uptown soon afterward. The Lagoon also borrows its design from its aquatic surroundings, as it is located near a pair of local lakes. The sconce lights are in the shape of moons, the lobby lights are trees, the wainscoting are bushes and the wavy pattern and color of the carpeting resembles flowing water. Each auditorium has the steepest incline allowable, making one's view of the screen virtually unobstructed. Since the Lagoon's opening, upscale shopping and dining have become commonplace in the immediate Uptown neighborhood.