This thoughtfully programmed cinema would be the envy of any city in America. Before the movie, you kick back at its Brazilian walnut patio bar, watching the sunset paint the Spanish moss red. Some of the drinks come from the private cellars of the Enzian’s founder, the granddaughter of an Austrian princess. The relaxation continues inside at a large single-screen cinema, where a selection of art films and documentaries is shown, plus Hollywood biggies. Unlike multiplexes, there aren’t rows of seats, but lollipop-colored levels of tables with cushy seating. Servers take your order (if you have one—eating’s not required) before the movie and after the lights dim, your meal arrives surreptitiously and the air fills with the aroma of popcorn and truffled fries. After the show, a 20-minute drive has you back at Disney World.