Brook Highland Cinema

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The Brook Highland Cinema was a 10-screen multiplex located at the Brook Highland Shopping Center on U. S. Highway 280. It was built in 1994 for Cobb Theaters, which sold all its Birmingham cinemas to Knoxville, Tennessee-based Regal Cinemas in August 1997. Regal operated it until its closing on January 14, 2007.

After it closed in 2005, Brook Highland replaced the Galleria 10 as Birmingham's main venue for less commercial "art house", independent and foreign films.

On opening night, September 30, 1994, the following films were screened: The River Wild, The Scout, The Client, True Lies, Angels in the Outfield, It Could Happen to You, Widows Peak, In the Army Now, and Camp Nowhere.

On its last night, the cinema screened the following films: American Hardcore, Black Christmas, Eragon, The Holiday, One Night With the King, Apocalypto, Bobby, The Fountain, The Nativity Story, and We Are Marshall.