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Whittier Village Cinemas

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(6 Reviews)

7038 Greenleaf Ave, Whittier, CA 90602

(562) 945-5271

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Today: 8:45 am - 11:00 pm
Tomorrow: 8:45 am - 11:00 pm
15
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - Sun:
Extra Phones

Primary Phone: (562) 907-7671

Phone: (562) 907-7671

Phone: (562) 907-3300

Primary Phone: (562) 907-3300

TollFree: (877) 795-4410

Services/Products
Films & Movies
Payment method
amex, mastercard, discover, visa
Neighborhoods
Whittier, Uptown Whittier
AKA

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Categories
Theatres, Movie Theaters
Other Information

Parking: Lot

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ecofriendlygirl

11/30/2010

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Overall
Great place for families!!!

I enjoy coming to the movies here. I love that you don't pay 20.00 per person and the seats on comfortable. They show current movies and if you go to a early showing the price is like $6.00. I think on Tuesdays they have special too. Don't waste your money on overprices theaters like AMC, they are stealing from you!!!

sunnywark

01/15/2010

Overall
Love it!!!

We have taken to going to a movie once a week in our old age, and going in Whittier where we live is not only fun, it's a joy - the seating is great, and service people are polite and friendly, and the prices are right. Thank you for making going to the movies a joy again.

lxmadrid

07/05/2009

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Overall
Best Theatre in Whittier

Whittier Village Cinema is a gem! There are no theatres in the greater Whittier area that provide a better b@ng for your buck without being one of those dollar jobs with the sticky floors that haven't been cleaned in a decade.

Owned and independently run, the Whittier Village has survived earthquakes and tougher economic times (that have seen other stores come and go) all the while still offering solid first run movie experience at a great price!

My girlfriend and I only go to Whittier Village and the Arclight on Sunset if that gives you any indication of its overall quality.

djquest562

10/23/2008

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Overall
Cozy little theater

Great place to see movies. Any show before noon is 4 bucks. Cant beat it. Ample parking and new renovations with stadium seating. Being an independent theater = lower food and movie ticket prices. On most weekends they have a free kids movie like TMNT etc.

panchamora

03/05/2007

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Overall
Friendly, neighborhood theatre

The theatre is located in Uptown Whittier, a nice, historical looking spot, filled with many unique shops and eateries...the theatre itself is okay...not big but the prices are lower compared to AMC or Edward's....and everyday before 6 pm, ticket prices are only 6 bux!! they have your common snacks, but i do think the nacho chips taste better here...seats are not too comfy, kinda small but really no complaints.

LiANa

06/28/2002

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Overall
When did it go downhill?

The Whittier Village Cinema was, at one time, my favorite theatre. They used to have about half big movies and the other half were all indie flicks. The place is okay now with all the big movies because they kept (so far) their same low ticket prices. I especially liked the 10am or noon shows for about $5 no matter which movie you are seeing. My favorite part of this theatre, which remains unchanged, is the seats with optional arm rests so it's like a big couch (big enough to lay down if not crowded)... those are very cool.
Well, I guess this place isn't so bad I'm just upset that they got rid of the independant films, it still is a pretty cool place though.