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At some point, many of us will reflect on how much we've contributed to these Marvel movies, most of which have been worth our time — "Iron Man 2" being one exception — even as the price for movie tickets starts to approach that of a major-league sporting event.
And this is where we lament the thought of losing the Liberty Theatre from the Lake County landscape.
Milwaukee, many of us are left to guess how much we have saved over the years by choosing to see movies at a small-business discount rate rather than at one of the corporate complexes that try to lure us in with their bright lights and reclining seats. 1: This is in no way an overt endorsement for the Liberty Theatre. On the other hand, I can assure you that this is not the complaint of a Poor Little Rich Man.
If, say, the Mundelein Cinema or The Dunes in Zion had survived as "cheap movie" options, they would have caught some of my business. Anyway, I'll try to do some rough math here, so everyone might want to keep a safe distance in case something blows.
The sad news earlier this summer was that the storied venue was on the market for $3 million as a "redevelopment opportunity." What chance does nostalgia for a Depression-area building have against modern-day prospects for 170 feet of Milwaukee Avenue frontage within 700 feet of a Metra station?