The Girl on the Train
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- Screen Count: 19
A nice facility and reasonable, if somewhat high, prices. The biggest disappointment is that after paying $10 per ticket, you get the pleasure of sitting in front of a couple of yahoos from the trailer park yapping as if they're in the living room of their double-wide. Come on people, show some courtesy! This theatre desperately needs ushers!
I disagree. The prices are actually lower than the local competition and this includes concession stand prices. They also offer free refill on large popcorn which no one else does. I find the parking to be much more convenient to the facility and even if you have to park farther away it is still closer than a lot of the others due to the layout of the lot. The theater itself is comfortable although not all the theaters are as large as some of the competetion. They also do not offer extra priced seating for leather seats. (They don't have these). It is economically better if not quite as modernized. Tinseltown remains my favorite.
02/10/2003Provided by Citysearch -
Overall, this is a poor movie going experience that should be avoided.
Ticket prices are slightly higher than local competition, but seating conditions are poor due to low quality after show cleanup.
Be aware that management will most likely not provide a refund or ticket exchange if there is a problem during the show. At least this was my personal experience on separate occasions...
On the plus side, they do have stadium seating, a spacious parking lot located near the Gene Snyder Freeway for easy access, and several screens to be sure you will most likely find the latest offerings.
It also has an arcade, concessions, and discount prices for early viewings.
Unfortunately, most of this theatre's positive attributes except perhaps stadium seating are also possessed by local competition.