Vintage Los Feliz 3
1822 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027
Ingrid Goes West
Phone: (323) 928-2911
Primary Phone: (323) 928-2911
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Price Range : Average
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This is the story of one good-sized screen and a couple of, well, smaller screens. (It is conceiveable that some persons may indeed have a larger viewing screen at home I suppose.) As other reviewers have noted, it's quite acceptable to see smaller films here in the mini-cinemas, but a poor choice for more grand scale films (unless shown in the Main auditorium.) I much prefer their sister theater, the fabulous Vista, but I will continue to patronize the Los Feliz Theater as well if there's something I wish to see. The matinee's a good deal, you can eat right in the area,(Palermos!! (: and even visit Skylight Books after the movie. It all adds up to a nice experience, and I'm glad this theater is there.
03/11/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I like this little triad of theaters, though small, they are excellent for 6 dollar matinees. I like that they are the coordinated with and close to the Vista, which effectively make it a 4 screen theater right by my home - it's mostly predictable time slots make it convenient as well.
01/01/2005Provided by Citysearch -
It's a dinky little movie theater, a bit like sitting in a sardine can, but it's fun, and the atmosphere is something that's a dying breed since places like the ArcLight, Tinseltown, and AMC Theaters moved into town. If you sit at the back of the theater, you can hear the projector -- how cool is that?
And you just can't beat the prices or the neighbourhood, either. $7.50 at night, $4 for a matinee. The little Chinese place next door is great too, despite how it looks. $4 for soup, salad, and a dozen California rolls. There's other great places around there too, including Fred 62.
The only problem can be parking. Just arrive early, and hunt around. You might have to walk a couple of blocks, but it's a residential area, so if you can find a spot on the street, it's free.
07/02/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Even the ""big"" theater is a joke. Sound system bites. The reverse angle of the seating (the floor slopes UP to the screen) makes my neck ache. Only go here if you can't find what you're looking for elsewhere. On the flipside, the movie selection is decent (there's usually at least one good indie pic playing), and parking is better than at the Vista, although still an issue.
06/14/2002Provided by Citysearch -
call ahead. make sure the film you want to see isnt in the small theatre (it's like a 32inch TV and a boombox for sound. not to mention folding chairs for seats...practically). parking is an issue. BUt they are cheaper movies than most and usually all three are worth seeing.
06/04/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Theater 1 is good. Big screen, good sound. theaters 2 and 3 are closets. They tend to show more art films in 2 and 3, but it feels like I should have the remote in my hands. Matinee is $4.50, which I'll pay for the ones on the smaller screens. The theater is clean and has a good combination of Hollywood flicks and lesser known (art/foreign) films.