Baltimore, Maryland: The city that spawned filmmakers Barry Levinson and John Waters and was the setting for such hits as Enemy of the State and Avalon (and non-hits like Her Alibi, The Replacements, Major Leauge II and anything by Mr. Waters) has a severe lack of venues in which to watch films. Go figure.
That's right! We only have four (count em: 4!) movie theaters to serve a population of roughly 2.5 million people. Of those theaters, two are for porn and one has just a single screen! So where do we watch our films? On video or in the suburbs, it seems.
Other things which may technically count as theaters, but no true Baltimoron would go there to watch films:
Update Early 2003: The Rotunda theater is now operational and seems to show a healthy mix of Hollywood blockbusters and quirky under-the-radar films on its two screens.