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Watch the big screen at Highland Lakes movie theaters

Movie lovers in Marble Falls and the Highland Lakes can view classic silent films with live piano soundtracks or the latest Hollywood blockbusters in 3D.

Restored theaters from the 1930s offer live music and classic movie screenings in Llano, Marble Falls, and Bertram. The area’s only modern movie theater is ShowBiz Cinemas in Marble Falls.

ShowBiz Cinemas

Located at 2600 U.S. 281 North, ShowBiz Cinemas is an eight-screen movie theater with stadium seating, digital sound systems, and 3D viewing experiences. ShowBiz Cinemas has a full-service snack bar with movie-watching staples as well as beer and wine.

The theater shows the latest flicks throughout the week as well as select classic movies on Wednesdays and Sundays. Movies and showtimes are listed at showbizcinemas.com or by calling the movie hotline at (830) 798-TIME (8463).

Uptown Art House

Uptown Art House, 218 Main St. in Marble Falls, opened under new leadership in March 2018 and features classic movies on Sundays. Once per month, a pianist plays the soundtrack for a classic silent film. The Uptown Art House calendar lists upcoming movies and performing artists. The bar area serves popcorn and snacks during movies as well as local beer and wine. Visit theuptownarthouse.com for more information.

LanTex Theater

The single-screen LanTex Theater, 113 W. Main St. in Llano, shows first-run movies. Movie showtimes typically are Friday and Saturday — if the Llano Country Opry isn’t scheduled instead. Built in 1927, the theater was renovated in 2014 with new seats and digital projection and sound as well as to follow ADA-compliance standards. Money made on concessions of traditional snacks and sodas supplements historical preservation projects. Visit lantextheater.com or call (325) 247-5656 for movie information.

The Globe Theatre

The Globe Theatre, 132 W. Vaughan St. in Bertram, shows classic movies most weekends. Originally built in 1935, the art-deco theater was reopened in 2015 after a six-year renovation project. Before that, it had last screened a movie in the early 1980s. Concessions include standard movie snacks and drinks plus beer and wine. A food truck is parked on the street during most shows. Visit globetheatretx.com for event information.

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