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Went here for the first time in eight years. This theater despite having projection and sound improvements in theater #7 for black panther had some seats that were broken plus it was a bit cold in the theater. One screen that showed tomb raider had no heat at all according to a notice near the entrance. The box office is in the concession stand and ticket prices for a morning show is like almost eleven dollars. No wonder why this theater is a ghost town with surrounding businesses closing shop…
Even my local movie theater in Rockaway, nj draws big crowds from all over northwest Jersey and even afar due to its proximity to route 80.
Today there was a fire at this theater forcing the place to close.
Maybe they’ll put in an RPX screen and renovate the imax .
Which showed empire.
Looks like Bellevue might be revived….
Wasn’t it closed in 2000? Charlie’s angels was one of the last major movies to play here before it’s transformation into retail space…
It will be five years since empire took over from Clearview and according to emails I get from them it’s still open.
Next year marks 20 years since this place opened…
20 years ago this year the inner 6 was closed and replaced by FYE which became forever 21.
Damon Lindelof, who produced lost, used to work as an usher at this theater while in high school.
Any eta on when this theater will be renovated?
Construction work was in the final touches on this theater 20 years ago this year before its grand opening in April 3rd.
Finally some good news!!! http://www.montclairlocal.news/wp/index.php/2018/02/25/montclair-bellevue/
Even New Jersey too. It’s the megaplexes that are eating up the profits somewhat, with concession sales that make up the bulk and people using moviepass, which will go bankrupt soon. Netflix, Amazon, Google, Hulu, as well as pay tv stalwarts like HBO, Starz, Epix, and Showtime control the majority of streaming media for movies. Not only that, but we live in an era of Peak TV where every episode is important. Some of the NY theaters, like those in Lincoln Square, Orpheum, and 19th street are in dire need of recliners for their aging seats.
What was the Capitol’s successor?
Next year will mark 90 years since it opened.
The 15:17 to Paris is playing in dolby cinema this weekend. Fifty Shades Freed is in Imax.
When will it reopen?
Last Sundays grammy awards at the garden were the first in nyc since it was held 8 years ago at the hall.
At least no one has been hurt in the escalator here compared to its sister theater…