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Here’s to the next 80 years…
When the i max first opened they some times shows 35mm SDDS films blown up to fill half the i max screen like with titanic.
I hope Rockaway gets the seats that this theater has.
This theater hasn’t aged well.
It was ahead of its time.
That stinks. Pretty soon every theater will have it. Manhattan is very high volume compared to the jersey suburbs . No wonder why more people are watching movies at home instead of heading out to a movie.
It sucks that last jedi won’t be showing in 70mm Imax around here .
How about the imax does that have bed bugs?
http://www.northjersey.com/story/money/2017/10/13/stew-leonards-to-replace-paramus-sears/761311001/ looks like more competition!!
http://www.nj.com/passaic-county/index.ssf/2017/10/12-screen_luxury_movie_theater_coming_to_willowbrook.html#incart_river_mobile_home looks like competition is coming in a few years!!!
The original is still a classic.
I’m glad that the movies are back in Hackensack.
I wonder if more people are seeing Dolby than imax? Dolby is legit while Imax is fake
The downside to this is that tickets are a bit more expensive than Imax.
Happy belated 30th!!! Looking at the pictures of when it first opened it was ahead of its time. The success of this theater laid the groundwork for other megaplexes, although it lacked stadium seating when it first opened.
When did the Route 4 Tenplex get split surrounds? I’m sure with the release of Apocalypse Now many theaters used a 5.1 setup for 70mm engagements.
THe rerelease was in 1996, moax429. Independence Day was a carryover from the Tenplex, as was Oliver and Company. I saw Oliver when it was reissued and before that at the Allwood in Clifton. It came around the same time as Land Before Time, which was a better movie. ID4 I saw in Secaucus Meadow six. I saw James and the Giant Peach at the Cinema 35 during that year too.
I wonder if the AMC in Hackensack will share day and date product with its sister theater here.
Amen. I liked the theatrical version with the narration that I grew up with on VHS, as well as the director’s cut.