Based on 14 votes and 13 reviews
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Comfy but too bright
March 26, 2018
The seats are very comfortable, however I don't like picking seating location in advance. But the thing that really annoys me is the brightness of the exit lights. They are WAY too bright and do interrupt the screen...especially in a dark horror film.
February 20, 2018
The new seating is much like a home theatre experience with reasonable room between people, far more comfortable both physically and psychologically - don't feel crammed together. Food items far too expensive so on those we generally pass.
June 04, 2017
Their upgraded seats are awesome - that being said I just came out of auditorium 2 and the emergency exit signs are so bright and in screen view it ruined my showing of wonder woman
Very nice viewing options
November 05, 2015
Variety of screen and sound choices with better seating in AVX
September 05, 2015
The audio level especially during hindi/east Indian movies is set too loud. Did bring this to the customer services at show times, no actions are taken.
People talking while the movie is on!
August 27, 2015
People talking while the movie is on! People putting their feet up on the backs of the seats! Panhandlers bugging people for money right outside the theatre. Car prowlers in the parking lot. Security there but they don't seem to be doing anything about all the problems there.
My go to theater
February 28, 2015
I read some other reviews and can't understand some of the low ratings. I go at least once a month and have always been satisfied. Staff are friendly, line ups not too long, and the sound is great. When I went with my special needs son who uses a wheelchair I found it easy to get around and the spaces for wheelchairs are easy to get to. There was a toddler who cried for a few seconds, but the mom took him out very quickly.
February 21, 2015
Popcorn is really good. Theater presentation is very nice.
too young of kids in theatre
December 23, 2014
Hello, I was at a screening of the hobbit on Saturday and was dismayed at the fact that there was a baby in the theatre. It cried through out the movie every time it got loud. which in that movie was all the time. Why doesn't your theatre have a minimum age limit for some movies? I wouldn't care a less if it was a kids movie but clearly the hobbit is not a kids movie. Yes I know it should be up to the parents to know what movie is appropriate or not but unfortunately some don't. Please institute a minimum age for some movies. I think 5-6 years old is good for any movie rated PG as is the hobbit. The movie going experience is to be enjoyable not one where all you hear is a baby crying.
could not find a clean table
August 04, 2014
I was there last week to see Lucy at 1:15 bought a hot dog and looked to find a table but could not find a clean table. Since this was the first show of the day I would think there would have been at least one.