Actually, Ritz-Palaceton, the Lions Head and all of the architectural touches can be credited to the previous owners, Gulf South Theaters. They built The Palace 20 and AMC came along a few years later and bought them out. That's why the theater looks so unlike any AMC you've ever seen. Gulf South Theaters was a locally owned company. Locally owned companies appear to be an endangered species nowadays.
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nice theatre, large and lots of showtimes. the only thing is that it has gotten over run with tons of tweens lately. that would be ok except that especially when it gets later at night, the older teens take over and it can get a little rough. earlier in the summer we were coming out of a movie around 10 pm and the cops had been called because there had been an incident. just go early!!
This theatre is kind of ghetto, but I have fond memories of being a UNO student who would take the bus straight from my dorm's front door to the theatre and seeing a lot of movies there for an inexpensive price. Glad to see it's still around.
This is by far the best theater. The one on the west bank sucks azz and is always dirty. The one on vets have rude workers. I never had a problem with this theater. It has my vote as #1 for sure.
Went to see a movie there and the clarity and special effects were awesome. The line was long but it went really fast
Best Theatre In The City Hands Down