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Just read on the board for Roxbury on NJ.com that Clearview is building some kind of IMAX Theatre. This is just a rumor, so a multiplex that size couldn’t allow a giant screen theatre, doesn’t it?
Went to the theatre yesterday, and very little has changed since I last went there. Still very popular.
Sorry for the comments….
Today is the day that the Succasunna theatre is finally open after nearly a month of renovations…any new updates on the theatre that I should know? I’m going to the Mansfield to see “Saw II”.
this just in…the theatre will be open but the two new screens i guess won’t be open..when will the two new screens open? Saw ii will be playing there.
just checked the listings for succasunna..no saw ii yet..but harry potter will be playing there!!! yippee!!!
Only 4 days left till the grand re-opening of the Succasunna theatre…can’t wait to see “Saw II” there! Still checking the website, and it’s still on track for this weekend unless the heavy rain and wind make the theatre go poof!
Just to let you know, plans are still underway for a 16-screen theatre to replace both the Route 4 and Route 17 theatres once it opens sometime in the future.
Saw the theatre right across from Shop-Rite, and boy, they are busy doing work on it; they even boarded up the theatre to disguise its identity.
what retail is it? A Wal-Mart?
Some of the theatres I saw in the old ad are still around, particulary the Succasunna cinema 10 (in the Atlantic City ad) and the chester theatre. Many of the other theatres, especially the Rockaway theatre and Amboy, are gone. I liked both Totowa theatres, especially the old GC theatre. Last movie Isaw there was the rocketteer.
Saw Elizabeth town in the big theatre, and boy, it is my favorite of all the theatres! Seating that reminds me of the Loews Wayne theatre, and all around Dolby Digital surround sound and a medium-sized picture. Plenty of seats, too!
So when will the theatre be reopened? I guess maybe next month.
With the heavy rain that came yesterday, any news that the reopening of the Cinema 10 might be delayed? I guess not.
I agree, John. Cinema 10 got an upgrade, why not Cinema 12? I suggest you send an email to Johannes Hoffman, the guy who does the renovations for some of the CLearview Cinemas, including Cinema 10, to repair the Parsippany cinema. I’ll be there next weekend to see Elizabethtown.
Went to see “Corpse Bride” in the rain, and a big chunk of the front sidewalk near the entrace is flooded out witha big puddle! That should be fixed in awhile; it was packed, but the theatre was number 5 with digital surround sound and a decent picture.
Just to let you know, the new cinema will open sometime in late summer of next year, according to the Star Ledger.
I was wondering if the new theatre will have digital projection like the newer theatres as well as all the digital surround sound formats like SDDS-8, DTS-ES, and Dolby Digital EX as well as THX sound. Can’t wait! The only thing close to this new theatre was the Mansfield theatre in Hackettstown.
In the papers, the theatre is listed as “closed for renovations”, which is good news for the old cinema.
Out of all those movies, Star Trek was a crowd pleaser!
Looks like I’m wrong….“The Corpse Bride” is not playing in Succasunna; just last week’s movies are still playing at this theatre, which will close next week until a month later for renovations (weather permitting)….the closest theatre I could think of is Parsippany and MOrristown and Chester. “Flightplan” is not playing there either….too bad. MIght go to Mansfield, but that’s too far away.
Just came back from my respite and went to Bridgewater Commons to see Emily Rose. It was in theatre #2, the THX auditorium, and the sound was good, the picture was fine, but the seating needs improvement. No stadium seating or rocking back chairs unlike other theatres, but it offers access to those who are disabled (with wheelchairs) and an excellent digital pre-show before the movie. A decent theatre, indeed.
This theatre used to be owned by the same company that owned the Essex Green and CLifton Commons cinema. When did it open and did it have stadium seating? I think it is one of three AMC/GC locations that has the THX auditoriums, since I’m going on a respite near Bridgewater.
Last chance to see “Corpse Bride” in the theatre before shutting down…must see that movie before the plex closes….will miss Elizabethtown, Lord of War, and other good fall movies there until the holiday season, when giant gorillas, wizards, and magical lions come to the theatre!