A brief history lesson: This spot was formerly a Studio Movie Grille until people apparently got tired of eating and watching movies at the same time and the place closed/moved to Royal and 75. But I digress.
This new building looked to be the world's largest optometrist or some oversized Costco of the eyeglasses world. I didn't know what to think. It just said "LOOK" on the front of it and look I did. It then came to light that this was a new movie theater and would also house a Nick and Sam's grill and a Coal Vines. I was intrigued.
Cutting to the chase:
LOOK Cinemas is amazing. If I had to design a movie theater, it would look just like this. Sorry for all the "look" puns. Anyway, it's impeccably clean and modern and the theaters themselves feature couches and all kinds of amazing technology. But don't tell people about it! The first rule of LOOK Cinemas should be that you don't talk about LOOK Cinemas. Why?
Because it seems like a lot of people don't know about it. It hasn't been overrun with mobs of humanity and the bathrooms are still nice and there isn't garbage everywhere. It's a sweet little gem that I hope sticks around for a long time and stays classy. I wouldn't see a movie anywhere else in North Dallas - it's the best in the area and BOND approved.