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Business Description
16+ Screens
Hours

Regular Hours

SunClosed

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Phone: (804) 354-6099

Phone: (804) 354-1969

Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa
Neighborhoods
Carytown - Museum District, Fan - Oregon Hill - Carver, Museums
AKA

Bow Tie Cinemas Movieland at Boulevard Square

Category
Movie Theaters

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honeybear1957

07/05/2013

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My husband & I were staying in the area on business and thought it would be nice to get out of our motel room to see a movie. Not being from this area we wanted to check prices and times for the movie we wanted to see. After finding out there was no mention of prices or times on my phone I decided to call. The automatic answering machine instructs you to hit 5 for prices and I believe it was 3 for times. After following these instructions numerous time and just being kicked back to the beginning of the original message I decided that if it wasn't worth their time to make sure their answering service was working properly it wasn't worth my time to see any of the movies they have playing!

ritter

10/22/2010

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Greatest Place

We live very close to Bow Tie. It has been a great addition to the Boulevard. My family, which includes two children ages 8 and 6, love it! Movieland has put theater in an old train factory and they have keep many of the old beams and building intact. It is a very cool place to go to and see a movie. In fact, we rarely go anywhere else anymore.

nekcot1955

07/22/2010

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Why would you take a 2YEAR old...

Why would you take a 2YEAR old to that movie, anyway??Maybe the fact that the glasses didn't fit should have been a clue to you that the movie was NOT for that age and you should get a sitter!!

ashcakenc

03/22/2010

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First visit and NOT happy!

Went to see Alice and Wonderland in 3D, me and a friend of mine took our 2yr olds and had to pay pretty much adult price, then bought the expensive popcorn and drinks no problem. Once the movie started we realized that all the 3D glasses were the same size and were way to big for the kids, we had to hold the glasses on their litttle faces which in return they got frustrated, then an usher asked if the babies were ok? I said yeah if there glasses fit they would be. When the 2hour long movie was over we noticed childrens booster seats which would have been nice. I decided to let the manager about my concerns and his response was Quote ""We have had no compaints so far"" which I find it hard to believe since it was a Disney movie and you would think they would offer smaller glasses. I PAID 20.00 FOR 1 ADULT AND MY 2YR OLD TO SEE A 3D MOVIE WHICH HE WATCHED MOST OF WITHOUT THE 3D GLASSES. Never will go back, nore would I suggest children go when you can take your 2 yr olds for free to most other cinemas!

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