Morristown movie theater set to close next week but negotiations continue

posted by Michael Zoldessy on May 13, 2013 at 7:45 am

MORRISTOWN, NJ — Bow Tie Cinemas might have acquired Clearview Cinemas the other week but not every theatre was included. The Headquarters 10 is in limbo because its lease is expiring shortly and the owners haven’t finalized negotiations with Bow Tie to assume the space.

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tibia on May 14, 2013 at 1:49 pm

I am very upset about this change to bowtie. The little movie theatre in my home town of Allwood, Clifton, New Jersey, was also taken over by them as the Allwood 6 and is to close in June. I know it is not as fancy as the Loews Jersey where I am an organist, but it meant so much to the people when it opened in 1951. It will also continue to ruin our Market Street as the bank across the street has been empty 6 years and there are a few other stores empty. Now the only alternative is to pay a lot of money for the mega plex at the Clifton Commens, and expect your car to be stolen or a fight to break out there for the added fun, as there is no other place to go. As far as I am cocerned , the group should rot and take all the other theatres they took over with them, as the small ones that are still popular are doomed. Only garbage will come after the theatre is gone, as shown when the Clifton Theatre in Clifton Center was torn down for yet another Wallgreens, just what they needed, and all was just fine with our City Government when this happened. First we have lost our industry and now this. What sayeth the Mayor on the Allwood house? “ WELL I’M NOT REALLY INTO MOVIES ANYWAY”. I think that speaks volumes. No wonder why Europe is far ahead of us on many things.

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