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After buying our tickets, noticed there was no where to buy popcorn. When we walked in we were handed a menu. The theater has waiters that take your order and bring not only popcorn and soda but full meals and alcohol. If people walking around...More
Went to a 7:45 pm film with my adult children. Purchased tickets on line which added $1.50 per ticket and parking was $3. The waitress and patrons paraded back and forth through the entire movie. Just when you settle back and stretch your legs, someone...More
First things first, if you are one of those endless complainers who will have to supress your rage from people getting up or walking in front of you while you watch a movie, this is not for you.
For those who enjoy sitting in comfortable...More
Today we watched the movie 3 billboards. Ordered popcorn which was stale, the theatre snack which was described as bacon with an assortment of nuts . It was stale , hardly any bacon and nuts that were so highly seasoned .they were almost inedible ....More
I purchased 3 tickets to see IT at 11:30 am with my teenage kids. When I purchased the tix on their system it allowed me to purchase 2 children tickets. When I clicked on age policy, before purchasing the tickets through the system that I...More
So my husband treated me to the movie IT for my birthday. I'm a huge fan, read the book, and have been desperately waiting for the movie. When we sat down we were excited to try the "red button" to get food and drinks to...More
The theater goes well beyond the usual fair with wait staff and a restaurant menu. We enjoyed two personal size pizzas along with the movie. Both were great.
The seats offer high backs, soft leather, and comfortable positions. The fold out trays accommodate the meal...More
This theater was nothing like the pictures on the website..
No reclining chairs ..no large chairs
And two people had to share a tray .
So you both cannot order a meal ..
I will say the dinning staff was nice..
Very expensive .....More
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