But these days, the experience has been ratcheted a notch. Many drive-ins have been given the green light to reopen for the summer season with some new guidelines in place and other newly converted spots are popping up in some unexpected places like Wal-Mart parking lots. And for any of us who prefer to keep it more local, there are some pop-up theaters within the five boroughs you can check out, too. Brooklyn Drive-In Sunset Park Rooftop Films typically pops up in parks across New York to show new indie releases, but the company is hosting a new kind of outdoor movie experience this year. Ticket prices will vary, and some events will be free. Distance from NYC: None!
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The Metro was once more closed by Clearview in August It operated as a first-run house until January of when the landlord suddenly shut its doors as the result of a lease dispute with Clearview Cinemas, which had assumed control of the Metro and several other Manhattan theatres in the fall of when Cineplex Odeon was forced to divest itself of a handful of sites around the country in anticipation of its merger with Loews Theatres. Suddenly, in April of '03, the Metro - still a Clearview property - opened for business again showing 'Chicago' and the Chris Rock comedy 'Head of State' on its two screens ; however, rumors still abound of its eventual closing, to be possibly replaced by yet another UWS high-rise apartment tower. Sadly, as of tonight, the marquee now reads "Sorry We're Closed," although as of last weekend it was still open. The low-rise building to its north is empty and I've heard they're going to be razed, so things don't look good for the Metro.