Where do I start?The whole place was understaffed and under construction. Soda machines were blocked off, thus leaving only one which built up a line. Acquiring our advanced tickets was the first road bump we hit. Arrows telling you to go everywhere but where you need to go.On to the big stuff, when we entered the theater there was already a group in our assigned seating, so we sat elsewhere. We heard the movie was going to be 5 minutes late, so over the course of the next 30 minutes they didn't tell the crowd about the movie being late as we sat watching a black screen. At about 45 minutes they told us the movie was canceled. We were offered a full refund, a free movie, and an offer to see another showing that night. So we then moved to another giant line where we waited to receive our refund and new tickets. We moved from center of theater in IMAX to bottom front row in a regular showing over the course of an hour. Urinals shut down, showtime signage removed, plastic sheeting lined walls, and a disorganized staff lead this to be my worst movie experience ever.
27. Skyview Drive-In
Definitely a nostalgic experience. One of the last drive-ins around. Cheeseburgers are good, can skip the nachos.
This place is quite inexpensive and very friendly to be in. The sound quality seems to be perfect, just like a regular movie theater. The seating is quite comfortable and amazing, and the service is really nice and friendly to me.
Pay too much for refreshments pop-corn, soda & ect. If you want to keep your customers comming back, lower your concession stand prices.Unhappy movie gower.
Really enjoyed the upgrade! I look forward to returning. Decent parking, comfortable environment, pleasant staff.
Great place to watch a movie.
Love this place because no one's around
Cool relaxing place you have to try it
This my favorite movie theater. I live in Clayton; there are many theaters closer to me but this is always my first choice.
This sucks. Being a senior money is limited to say the least. The food at any theatre is a frigging rip-off. 4-5$ for a hotdog, etc. By the time you buy the ticket,drink,h-dog- $25.00 to $30.00. Dam. could have had a lobster.Seniors? they just opened the theatre-rall excited-Supposedly handicap seats. How are they going to handle that one? But, only runs for a "SHORT" while. What-2 days? Then, only good at 5:15 PM. Duhhhhh. Sounds like still a rip-off. Oh - well--REDBOX.Plus, if I aint mistaken---THE BLOODY CHINESE BOUGHT THE CHAIN.
Awesome addition to downtown. Comfy/roomy seats, clean, good food & drinks, etc. My new favorite theatre.