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Cinerama

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(11 Reviews)

2100 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

(206) 448-6680

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Today: 12:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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The House With a Clock in Its Walls

PG, 105 min

2:00pm5:00pm8:00pm

The House With a Clock in Its Walls

PG, 105 min

2:00pm5:00pm8:00pm

The House With a Clock in Its Walls

PG, 105 min

2:00pm5:00pm8:00pm

The House With a Clock in Its Walls

PG, 105 min

2:00pm5:00pm8:00pm
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General Info
Screen Count: 1
Hours

Regular Hours

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Neighborhoods
Belltown, Downtown Seattle
AKA

Seattle Cinerama Theater

AMC Cinerama

Cinerama Theatre

Categories
Movie Theaters, Bars, Amusement Places & Arcades

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dailycookie

12/25/2007

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Overall
Best cinema experience in town

I LOVE this theater. The most unique in Seattle for so many reasons. They played Blade Runner last month and the auditorium was over half full! From the velvet curtains, no commercials, the sparkly ceiling, the retro decor, the very mature audience that seems to frequent this theater...everything about Cinerama is a plus in my book (Besides the seats needing to be replaced)...

cowgirl_blues

04/23/2007

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Nice place to see a date movie

The cushy retro surroundings, balcony and tiered seats, and mood lighting make for a nicely romantic setting. Plus, it has a huge screen. Great for watching epics like 300. Customer service at the snack counter is also excellent. Shows seem to sell out fast, though, so buy tickets in advance for things like premiere nights and weekends.

senatorsmith

05/22/2005

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Great screen, projection but uncomfortable seats

The exceptionally large screen and state-of-the-art projection and sound make this the place to see CGI- and/or visually-intense blockbusters IF you can put up with highly uncomfortable, cramped seats arrayed in an antique non-stadium format (and the poor sight-lines that go with that). Ticket prices are a relative bargain but concessions are unusually expensive.

caddatonic

12/26/2002

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Wait-O-Rama?

Technically and atmospherically the flat-out best place to watch a movie in the Puget Sound area. It simply puts all the other cookie-cutter, shoe box theaters to shame. My only beef is that they make you wait outside in the ticket holder line way too long before letting you into the theater. My advice, bring an umbrella.

agropyron

12/26/2002

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Amazing

After seeing Attack of the Clones several times, I then saw it at the Cinerama. I couldn't believe the difference! The picture, the sound, everything.. I never want to see a movie anywhere else if I can help it. On top of all that, they have very comfortable seats and a nicely decorated theater to boot.

karin_engstrom

12/26/2002

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I remember when

As a child, my Father brought our family to Chicago see the cinerama movies. He loved cameras and thought this was such an innovative form of movie making. As an adult, I became partner in a firm, Dudley Ltd., that had been involved in producing the cinerama films. By that time, the heyday was over. When we closed the office, we gave footage and stills to the Universitiy of California, Riverside, for their photographic archives. The restoration of the Seattle Cinerama is wonderful and much appreciated.

mdude391

12/18/2002

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GO HERE NOW!

If you are reading this, you shouldn't be. You should be at the Cinerama watching The Two Towers or whatever is playing right now. So go, get out, hurry. NOW!

kal_el2000

11/19/2002

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Eh? What's that they said???

The Cinerama is by far one of the coolest places to see a movie in the Seattle area... However, after seeing Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets on Saturday, all I can say is, huh???
I know the Cinerama has the best sound system money can buy, but what's the point if it is turned down so low, no one can hear it. I had trouble hearing the dialogue in quiet scenes.
Crank it up and let's see what this puppy can do!

dmgaston

08/24/2002

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Overall
Best Screen in Pacific Northwest

Best ceiling!

Every seat has a great view...amazing sound...amazing picture.

Even the bathrooms have sound...so you don't miss a bit. ;-)

I was impressed, shame about the lines....

JasonEsplin_Citysearch

07/24/2002

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Overall
Fantastic

This is the best place in town to see the big openings--Star Wars, E.T., whatever they're showing. The theater is big enough to get that good audience feel, and the sound system is great. While the screen that is normally used is not a bona fide Cinerama screen, it's still big enough to satisfy.

cpbrydges

07/24/2002

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It's a Pleasure to See

After a 25 year hiatus, we saw Star Wars at the Cinerama. What a pleasure this theater is! The big screen and great sound made a so/so movie even better! The seats are comfy and I love the ""stars"" on the ceiling. We will definately come back to see other attractions!

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