PORTLAND, Ore. ( TheStreet) -- Admittedly, one of the sweeter parts of living in Portland is nearly unfettered access to cheap movies.The one-screen, first-run Cinemagic in Southeast Portland and the two-screen St. John's Cinema in the North boast a $7 regular price and $5 matinees. Art and revival houses like Cinema 21 and the Hollywood Theatre let first-run tickets go for between $6 and $9 while giving patrons beer and the occasional kung-fu night or low-percentage documentary. Even the town's "luxury" theater -- the downtown Living Room Theaters with their leather armchairs, digital seating charts and full-service restaurant and bar -- will let you into its newest indie offerings for $5 on Tuesday nights.
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