Went to see 3 movies here before. First time I saw Inception and that time was good there but place is a bit pricy. U can get movie dinner deals though from restaurants close by. But last time I went to see a movie in real 3d for the first time and it was a horrible experience. We went to see Poltergeist which was a bad movie by itself but the other problems made it worse. The whole theatre had a/c on, but the one we were in was off, so it was super hot. My friend who had seen 3d movies before said the screen wasn't big enough like they were playing it in the wrong theatre or didn't open the curtain for it. Looked like sides of movie were cut off. Only thing good was they gave me another pair glasses for free. They also have free soda refills. I worked in theatres for years so I kno we should of been given passes for that but didn't. Going there again soon but I wouldn't pay myself.
14. Cinema Village
Cinema Village chooses great films, and shows them in an arena of comfort and almost ridiculous proximity to Brendon Blake's apartment.
this theater used to be ok, the screen was small & seats old, but it was cheap so whatever. now since they've upgraded to digital, no difference noticed they charge as much as regular theater. seats are still falling apart, patrons do no respect the theater: talking & on phones/ipads. the staff constantly forgets to turn the lights off for movies, they hardly open on time & they edit down movies, removing entire scenes from the picture. go to a real theater & pay the same price