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The LA Weekly's film critic Karina Longworth takes a look at the state of the city's small cinemas, explaining everything from how certain movies fare in NY vs LA to the "controversial practice of four-walling," a pay-for-play plan by film reps. And bottoms up: A rep for Alamo Drafthouse, "a Texas-based chain of theaters that, with their fun-film bent and kitchens serving booze and food during all screenings, offer a party atmosphere that appeals to fanboy nerds and highbrow cinema connoisseurs alike confirms rumors" they're on the search for a LA locale. [LA Weekly]