Rave Preston Crossings 16
9700 Preston Crossing BLVD, Louisville, KY 40229
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All auditoriums feature stadium seating and wall-to-wall screens with high-backed rocker seats and moveable armrests. This theatre features a food court style concessions operation with multiple stands containing franchise offerings. Franchises include Starbucks Coffee, Edy's Ice Cream, Sbarro Pizza and Nathan's. The theatre also has a dine-in restaurant with "Crave" Bar & Grill, where patrons can have dinner and cocktails while waiting for the performance to begin.
Wednesday is BARGAIN DAY! All 2D films only $5.00, All 3D films only $8.00.
DAILY "Early Bird" Special - All shows starting before 2:00pm are $5.00 for 2D and $8.00 for 3D.
"Reserved-seating" performances are available, where tickets for specific seats may be purchased in advance for major releases. Contact theatre for titles and availability.
"Over-21" showings are available with liquor and beer sales in the auditorium. Contact theatre for titles and times.
Preston Crossing 16
Rave Motion Pictures Preston Crossings 16
Showcase Cinemas Deluxe 16
Parking: Lot, Free
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
My date and I went to Preston Crossing 16(Louisville, KY) to view "Selma" 3:35 show, however we were disappointed that when we arrived to get seated, there were only about 4 seats (none together). The amazing thing is that because we couldn't get seats together, we decided to go see Taken 3, and that theater space was much larger and had several seats available. This was quite alarming considering today was a national holiday recognizing Martin Luther King and "Selma" (of all movies) had one of the smallest spaces in the theater. This was certainly a BIG MISS and "Preston Crossing 16" should be ashamed.
Please go to another safer theatre. My wife and I went to this theatre on 9/18/2011 and while watching an afternoon movie someone with a metal saw cut the catalytic convertor off our pick-up truck. The camera taking pictures of the parking lot was out of order and the management didn't even apologize or seem overly concerned. They didn't even offer us a free movie. The security (an off duty Corrections officer named Brett Rehm), assigned to this theatre was excellent and very nice. He did apologize and went out of his way to help us.