Among 50th and France's bistros and boutiques glimmers the city's artistic savior: Edina Cinema. Part of the Landmark Theatres chain, along with Minneapolis's Uptown Theatre and Lagoon Cinema, this suburban outpost has quietly surpassed them both. It retains a classic glamour with its intricate marquee, art-deco interior, and old-school ticket booth, a quality lost in the Uptown's renovation and nonexistent in ostentatious multiplexes. As for programming, expect independent and foreign films. On a weekend night the ticket line frequently stretches out the door, but moviegoers here are more likely to discuss films with strangers in line than stare at their feet or phones. Open up. Give Edina a chance.