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Thank you for sharing your views.
You neglected to mention what you’d prefer to have as ticket stock.
a tour of the iconic Palace theatre is featured on Playbill.com.
so much history
Thank you so very much for your continuing contributions to the board.
you’re of course going to go through-out the remaining 2,951 screens that Carmike formerly owned and bring along your same indepth thought out analysis of how a business should operate, right?
Yup, might as keep that main photo image right there. As part of the Carmike merger, this is scheduled to become AMC property again, giving the chain an even further strangle hold on San Francisco movie-goers with now a total of 38 “screens” under AMC control.
the closest to what exactly? maybe to you- as usual, we fail to see the point of your Facebook-esque post.
I could have done the same for the Metreon 2 years ago when it got Laser IMAX – but didn’t, because people who can look at AMC or Fandango’s web or mobile offerings know that when they book a ticket.
Twice in 2 days.. Guess this is no longer valid
“I rarely comment on this page as I can comment on facebook and google. Might as well delete my profile”
Your speculating on what is going to happen with this complex now would be like my jumping onto a Walgreens message board the second that merger went through and talking about ones that might close.
Worrying about things that might not even happen is not a good thing.
With this amazing reclamation project celebrating it’s 1st anniversary this month- hows about swapping out the main photo from the blue prints to maybe John Rice’s photo from June.
The Castro was under the Blumenfeld’s at one point, eh?
it would have been nice to get more of an update about the fire that occured back in 2009- oh wait, here’s this still available 7 years later..
I went by here this morning 12/17/16 during my Brooklyn trip. Not a regular customer of Regal/UA, so I doubt I’ll ever go in. It’s a great location and hope they’re able to stay around.
I had the great pleasure to attend this complex today. Unfortunately due to bad weather & the server scheduled for our theatre (6) there wasn’t admission inside until right around the start time. So we missed the pre-show . Considering it being so close to Christmas and also that we was in Brooklyn, that was disappointing.
The server who did double duty (dealing with packed theatres for Rouge One) was great. I can’t say enough about the experience, presentation , even though they’ve only been open a month and a half, I forsee great things and will be back.
The lobby area offers a “House of Wax” themed bar/resturant- which was not open due to the early hour, but that looks fun. It takes a bit to get to, but easily accessible by just about every subway line from Manhattan. You’ll need to go up a couple floors of escalators (there is an elevator).
If you want an amazing movie experience (and some great food & drinks) I urge you to visit here as soon as possible. Oh, since the pre-show was missed, the entire audience received a pass to come back at a later time!
I look forward to posts on others attending – now here is a place with a heart & soul ;something that deserves 1500 posts, not some indiscriminate crackerbox in North Central Jersey.
yes I second that, thanks so much for maintaining a wonderful site as you do. It’s refreshing when someone contributes something of substance.
The Dunkirk preview footage is being shown before the IMAX presentation of Rogue One.
Those lasers are pretty amazing, they bring people back from the dead and remove 39 years of aging.
How do you know this?
Are the other theatres being renovated?
What is the ETA for completion of this renovation as I seem it to be an odd time for renovations of any time to be going on, considering one of the most anticipated movies of the year opening on 12/16 & the harsh North Jersey winter.
The Roxie is one of the few venues that still run film.
Great piece including video of the process of running film there..
why just theatre 8?
Are the others going to be renovated? If so when-is there a target date for renovations to be complete?
Plans underway to turn the first floor of the theatre into a 15,000 square foot swim center with viewing area, upper floors into a learning center. Third level 8200 square feet of offices.
Articles including diagrams and illustrations here…
Thanks for providing the info Walter.
During this season , especially, I hope everyone keeps Denalda , the other victims, their families & loved ones in their thoughts.
actually, that’s an escalator – but thanks for playing.
I invite you or anyone else to go through your pernt near 3500 comments and find something of substance. You ask inane questions that are easily found doing a google search. You post outrageous facts and innuendo and don’t apologize, just delete them. You never follow on your questions.
There’s a reason myself and now others are sick and tired of your postings. You’re being disrespectful turning this into your own personal playtoy.
The more you continue, the more myself & others will continue. This has been going on for years & years and needs to end.
so now you’re posting about things that aren’t showing there.
wow, just wow.
PS, it’s not just “mostly museums” do your research.
I posted about that before when I went- but that post went mysteriously missing…
Ah Alps. I gave up on this venue after having to show my ticket stub to an usher when I’d use the rest room, after when I left the theatre, clearly told him I was just going to take care of things.
That couple with the entitled millenials who took a photo of the screen, I’ve never been back to any of those venues.
Here’s hoping they tear it down and build an Alamo Drafthouse.
if you agree, then why do you continue to contribute to the further pollution of this board?
why is it relevant- just because someone posted it for Lincoln Square. Go ask on Facebook. , oh wait- that’s what this has become.
I need that “angry” emoji installed