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They need to renovate this theater to compete against bay plaza and soon Harlem and add reserved seating …
Maybe different projectors?
Not only that but people checking on their phones lol…
Did they show any previews before the movie ?
Was the soundtrack the original six track from 1968 or the 5.1 remix?
The loews theatres logos are removed and the amc sign is now on display. Construction is going well.
Both theaters are very similar in that AMC owns them. After they renovate 19th street they should renovate orpheum and this theater…
On this date 50 years ago rosemarys baby was shown here…
On this date 25 years ago DTS premiered with Jurassic Park. Fun fact…Universal owned a stake in Cineplex Odeon, whom many of its theaters had DTS installed. It became a huge hit.
https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/rockaway/amc-rockaway-16/showtimes/2001-a-space-odyssey-3557/2018-06-15/amc-rockaway-16/all looks like 2001 is digital and not 70mm.
Did you take LSD while watching the movie? LOL….
Which is crap compared to real film.
Happy 85th!!! When did it close and what became of it?
Looking at old newspaper ads from the old movie ads twitter account it’s true that cinema 35 had mono sound.
Same weekend as incredibles ii.
This coming November will mark 55 years since it’s opening…it was ahead of its time and it predated Omnimax!!!
what a shame….
Now called AMC Classic.
According to https://mobile.twitter.com/OldMovieAds/status/1000052215241785344/photo/2 this had dolby stereo .
35 years ago today THX debuted at this theater with return of the Jedi.
35 years ago return of the Jedi debuted in a thx certified dolby stereo 70mm screen. One of the first two thx theaters in America. The other in Texas. Years later lucasfilm sold thx to creative of sound blaster fame and then Razer bought THX. Without THX there would’ve not been premium formats that were calibrated by the audio companies like dolby cinema imax and others. Here’s the trailer that was shown before the movie began called wings…https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=wDOy7VlYYFE
Return of the Jedi premiered here 35 years ago tomorrow.
35 years ago tomorrow return of the Jedi premiered at midnight and drew record crowds.
35 years ago tomorrow at midnight marked the first ever showing of return of the Jedi in 70mm six track dolby stereo. It became the fastest star wars movie to earn $250 million during its original run.
Yes. The Dolby digital was soon retired when the digital projection equipment was installed.