Like any city, Manhattan certainly has it charms. But let's be real, all the sugar coating in the world won't make up for some of the things it lacks as well. Like movie theatres. We have a single cinema and it doesn't always get the films that I'm looking forward to seeing. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5rh7O4IDc0), based on the book by the same name, was let out earlier this month and has yet to make an appearance at the one and only Carmike Cinema. Does anyone else have an interest in seeing this adaptation? Or have you guys read the book? I think it's a modern day must read.
Or how about this film, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQoH1IGRB3w, Celeste And Jesse Forever? Again, never came to the 'Hat.
Essentially, it's just a bummer that a city catering to 20,000+ some-odd college students doesn't attract such mainstream movies in theatres (however — Digital Shelf, the local movie rental store, does have a decent collection).