Like many, I used to go to the movies a couple times a week.
Now, my home theater is nice enough that I like it better most of the time.
That said, there is a really amazing cinema in town that is actually a historic building, and is run as a non-profit. I pay a monthly fee and get free movies and popcorn for almost everything (still had to pay $20.00 to get into The Exorcist, but Linda Blair was there for a Q&A afterward, so it was ok). They've also got a real-live 70mm projector that they break out for special events now and then (Ghostbusters, Tron, Aliens, 2001: A Space Odyssey among others). The rest of the time, there is a nice mix of first-run, documentary, theme months, and my personal favorite: Re-Run theater, where they show TV shows fromthe 70's and 80's, complete with period commercials.
There's also beer and pizza, and they keep Junior Mints in the freezer.
I'll go there a couple of times a month. Other than that, I really don't do corporate cinemas unless it's something my kid and I really excited about.