Flashback is a book that showcases the public typography found in movie theaters. More specifically, it focuses on the change in how we consume movies. The convenience of multiplex theaters is a fact, one that serves you dinner and wine in a recliner chair is a luxury. There is nothing wrong with that indulgence, but the theaters showcased in this book tell the story of how our movie-going, communal Friday night event has evolved. For good or bad the merit of these theaters are still rich in visual moments to be celebrated and cherished.