Melissa KlueyWas not sure what to expect for a second run film theatre with super cheap prices but was really impressed with the upkeep, variety of film choices (kid, family and older options) and experienced staff. You purchase movie tickets at the concession stand which was convenient as you could order drinks and snacks and pay for everything all together. Theatre was pretty large and sound was great (saw Moana with family). Chairs seemed a bit dated but not uncomfortable for my fluffy buttock. Theatre was a little dirty on the floor but nothing grotesque. Overall impressed and will definitely come back again.
Vikramjit Singh SeehraGreat prices for not so current movies. They are always happy to accommodate large groups. Bookings are available and the rates are very reasonable. Great, professional and courteous staff. Never had a problem here.
Dark AngelComfort seatings, great price, good food service.. Everything is good
Harman ToorGreat value and it gives you the chance to see movies you may have missed out on in the other theaters.
Jennifer RoachSmall older theater with lots of charm. The staff are very friendly and professional
Erin MartinGood for an inexpensive movie date was a little too busy in the afternoon. Evening shows better
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