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Actually, Ritz-Palaceton, the Lions Head and all of the architectural touches can be credited to the previous owners, Gulf South Theaters. They built The Palace 20 and AMC came along a few years later and bought them out. That's why the theater looks so unlike any AMC you've ever seen. Gulf South Theaters was a locally owned company. Locally owned companies appear to be an endangered species nowadays.
nice theatre, large and lots of showtimes. the only thing is that it has gotten over run with tons of tweens lately. that would be ok except that especially when it gets later at night, the older teens take over and it can get a little rough. earlier in the summer we were coming out of a movie around 10 pm and the cops had been called because there had been an incident. just go early!!
05/30/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My children and I frequent the Elmwood Palace and have never had a bad expirence! The food from concessions is fresh, the service is good, the wait time is not too long, and the theater is clean. The only change I would make is making the arm rests fold up like the theater in Marraero.
06/16/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I moved here from MN, and I had a very clinical appreciation of ""super-theatres"": stadium seating, free butter. But the Palace theatre takes it a step further. First, beautiful two story lobby with oversized windows, clocks, and a lion's head ala the ritz-carlton. Then, fun eats like daiquiris, mochas, and ice cream of the future. Even as you step out of your car in the mammoth parking lot, soundtracks boom overhead to make your stroll in seem quite dramatic. The editorial review claims it's out of the way, but take Earhart Expressway for 7 minutes and you're dumped directly on it's doorstep. There's a new Palace on Clearview and Vets...will it's lack of lions and soundtracks be offset by the only Target in miles next door?