The Angelilka is a boutique theater. I know that brings arty movies to mind, and, while that is primarily what is played there, they usually have a mainstream movie two playing. We just saw Up in the Air (can I yelp about that movie, it is awesome!) and Crazy Heart. the pros 1. It is hardly ever crowded. I especially love to do during the day, when there is almost always less than 10 people there. You can spread out and really enjoy a movie without feeling claustrophobic. 2. The theater is beautiful. The bottom floor has bamboo flooring, the top floor is mostly stained concrete, and their fixtures all high end. The seats are theater style and have either red velvet seats in the smaller theaters, or subtle leather seats in the bigger theaters. The leather seats are like the kind in first class or business class on airplanes. Very comfy. 3. They have a great concession area with food from Main St bakery across the way. You can get paninis, cheese plates, etc. You can also get beer and wine, and cocktails, I believe. 4. Their prices are very reasonable for the amenities. I think a regular show is about $9.50, the same as the AMC Stonebriar. the cons 1. The smaller theaters are quite small. Its not a big deal, but the big theaters are good size, and since they dont have huge crowds, feel even bigger. Conversely, the small ones feel pretty small. 2. There is no down escalator, which for me isnt a big deal, but may be for some people. They do have an elevator, however, which should accomodate everyone.
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you all work hard there and thats good. you r a great crew. you intrertan the childern and thats what I like.thank you for everything bye and if I want to see a movie i'll come there!!!!!!!
Theaters 12 & 13 are the best for handicaped persons I know of any where. In addition to being one of the first with a digital theatre in the area, it has two.