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And it could be that he spends more time in Provincetown than Baltimore.
2 additional screen for a total of 5 were opened on Friday. Were these added in what was the cafe space closed a while ago?
Three of the five auditoriums have stadium seating and digital projection, and each auditorium has digital sound.
Another IMAX light installation.
All theaters are charging $3.00 extra for the digital 3D. I know Clearview mentions that it is for the cost of the glasses. No one says you have to return them. There are recycling containers if you want. I keep mine. And trying taking your own next time. The admission is still $15.50. LOL.
Yes this is the Watts Street Location.
This picture is of the Film Forum at it’s previoius location.
FYI. Van Morrison had just complete two sold out shows at the Wamu Theater a few day before. This was just a continuation of that engagement.
Regal doesn’t seem to be having difficulty upgrading to digital at a very quick pace. Regal has some all digital complexes and are upgrading one or two screens in most remodels. No mater what your opinions about DLP it is going to happen.
I don’t get the excitement over the Digital IMAX. I went to the one at the AMC Empire 25 and it is a pale imitation if the IMAX at Lincoln Square. Nothing can compare to an 8 story screen…. and 70 mm.
The only change in the auditoriums is the installation of stages and light from the live performances. The place is probably bring in more money with 2 and 3 shows in each of the two auditoriums. When I was there most shows were going clean ant $25 a pop. Still the ame old seating when it was showing movies.
Actually there are at least two theaters with DLP projection.
Seeing Bjork here as well. Also seeing her shows at Radio City Music Hall and the Apollo Theater. This theater has a few major shows coming up besides the Bjork show.
Digitally at the Ziegfeld as well. The 70 MM prints would be a decision by the studio releaseing the movie and we know that isn’t going to happen.
Tickets are already on sale for the Ziegfeld Theatre. Tickets are $25 with evening performances at 8 PM and matinees Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 2 PM
This theater is a complete mess. Screen 1,2,3 are where the original there was. A very bad split of what was years ago a great place to see a movie. Screen 4,5,6 are not bad, these screen were new construction added in the 80’s when just a single screen could not compete with the multpex at the Galleria Mall. Screen 7 is the absolute worse place to see a movie. The area was originally a cafe that the new owners converted to another theater. Very small, very tight seats and if you stand up your shadow shows on a tv sized screen.
The theater is usually dirty and has that mildew odor. Even with cheaper tickets that the Regal at the mall the last place in the Poughkeepsie area that I would go to see a movie.
The best thing they could do with this theater is tear it down and make a parking lot.
According to the Ziefeld’s web-site M:I:3 is opening on Thursday at 12:01 AM.
Isn’t this theater equipped with the newest Digital Projection equipment I know both Ice Age:The Meltdown & Scary Movie 4 were presented in DLP.
Was this 30 people total for all 5 shows or 30 people for the show you went too? Being the only theater showing the film in DLP in Manhattan I would expect things to pick up over the weekend. Amd Friday was a beautiful day with temps in the high 70’s.
Also the reiews in the NY Times was not good. The film itself is a very weak sequel to the original. The best bits were the scenes with the squirrel and his nut.
Is it possible they were able to get another print of “My Fair Lady”. We cancelled our plans for the Saturday show after reading about the bad condition the print was in. Stayed home and watched the dvd instead. I had seen a bad print years ago, before the restored version and never wanted to experience that again.
This theater was new construction. The only existing space used was a long defunct A&P where the lobby is now.
Idiot maybe but I imagine that the week that the 3 Lord of the Rings films play will be the highest grossing of the whole series.
Would not be surprised if the whole lower level is turned into another high priced theme eatery for the torist that frequent Time Square. The Virgin Store seems to keep shrinking.
There is an ad for series in the current TimeOut Magazine.
Universal should pull all their product from this theater chain.