Thunderbird Hills San Antonio, TX United Artists Theatres

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1. United Americans For The Arts

2123 Lee HallSan Antonio, TX 78201

(210) 435-7822
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Helpful Reviews 
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
twain55 rated

I came here on a Saturday night. I had a great experience. The customer service was good.The popcorn was good and the salsa was AWESOME.I will go back.

Regal Cielo Vista Stadium 18 & RPX
Richard M. rated

Watched Wonder Woman... picture quality was horrible, looked like 480p download.... should have walked out but my girlfriend was really looking forward to watching this movie...They never bothered checking bags, they just waived us thru. One individual walked in with a backpack and it was clear people felt uncomfortable, given today's environment..All other theaters in town were jam packed except this one, they had sold only a few tickets .. now i know why...Never going back... too bad looked like it was a good movie

Regal Northwoods Stadium 14
williamgreer rated

I saw "Fantastic Beasts" at the Northwoods cinema on 26 NOV 2016. Although the film was good, the projection was awful. They dim their projector bulbs (to save money, I suppose). The image on screen was so dim it was difficult to enjoy the film. Two weeks earlier on 13 NOV 2016, I saw "Arrival" at another Regal cinema (Huebner Oaks). The film was great, but again, the projection was so dim I could not enjoy the movie. If you want to enjoy a film, patronize a different theater chain. Better yet, wait and rent the film to view at home -- much more enjoyable and the popcorn is cheaper.

Regal Cinemas Alamo Quarry 16
Scott A. rated

That will be the last time there for us. Use to really like it but now the service is terrible and the theatre we went to see Inferno tonight was filthy, Alamo Draft House for now on.

Santikos Embassy 14 Theater
Kathy S. rated

We are seniors on a budget. We also enjoy Tyler Perry so we decided to take advantage of the four dollar movie with tickets purchased before 1:00 as advertised on their website. We were charged 14.00 for two tickets. We spoke with a person saying she was the Manager (cashier). She said this particular theater did not offer the four dollar tickets. It was not offered on their website. We disagreed saying we had just read it on their website. She said "no" and left her post to check the website. She came back to tell us we were wrong. We went ahead and bought the tickets. We were angry and disappointed. Getting old is not for wimps. To add insult to injury, the movie .......wasn't worth the four dollars much less the seven we each had to pay. We will not be patronizing a Santikos theater ever again..... "help the community" Seniors...not us.

Mayan Palace Santikos Theatres
Max B. rated

The seating selection is horrible. Different seats have higher pricing! Horrible! You end up in a lousy seat eventhough theres plenty of great empty seat. I hate this place now!