Anymore, it seems like almost every theater out there is a generic, cookie-cutter, corporate-owned place. Not this one. The Rialto is a small theater- yep, one movie at a time, folks. Sometimes they have big-production films, but sometimes they show independent and art films. They have cult classics like Pulp Fiction and The Rocky Horror Picture Show on the weekends at Midnight. The staff seems to be there because they love movies, not because it's just a job they could work after school. This theater is not really close to my house, but I don't mind the drive. Also, here's a random bit of trivia: The Rialto Theater is where Tim Robbins' character meets Vincent D'Onofrio's character (and then kills him in a parking lot) in one of my favorite films "The Player:" Honestly, that's why I went here the first time!