There is no movie theater in Denver like the Landmark in Greenwood Village. Popcorn and fountain drinks come free with your ticket, there's a full bar and VIP seating, some of the highest-quality screens in town and much better movie offerings than their megaplex peers. The current selection is True Grit, Black Swan, Blue Valentine, The Dilemma and The King's Speech. We talked to a few Landmark employees about their favorites onscreen right now -- the overwhelming favorite? Black Swan. Kenny Miles, Floor Staff: Black Swan "I'm really surprised at how well it's doing here. I thought it would be kind of a midnight movie, cult classic. I was surprised that it translated to the suburban market." Stan Smith, Bartender: Black Swan Bulat Jdanov, Floor Staff: Black Swan Clint Blair, Floor Staff: Black Swan
Jess Mason, Lead Assistant Manager: (not pictured) True Grit "It's the best thing the Coen brothers have done since Fargo. And I hate Westerns."
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