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umm, yeah- someone did some research and has the info on the main page of comments.
tickets are now on sale for “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” unspooling in 70mm in this ‘grand’ venue.
I’ve noticed some showtimes are already sold out. Good on those whom got theirs!!
tickets are currently on sale for the first week of “Doctor Strange” screenings in LASER IMAX 3D ! Get yours now!
you lose all “credibility” after that.
As to seeing a classic on a big screen during the holiday season, I welcome the opportunity- especially considering the climate of the world, to spend time with loved ones in a darkened theatre, with the LAFAYETTE’s great presentation is the thing holiday memories are made of.
therefore your “argument” is invalid.
I know Fandango has made ALOT of changes the past few months, upgraded the app & so forth.
If you click on the movie title, “See it in IMAX 3D” then that takes you to “FAN ALERT”, you can sign up for when tickets go on sale. Saves alot of time & angst.
The timing of your reporting of this act now by a “perverted male” that occured some 63 years ago is pretty interesting. There’s some who might find it deplorable.
Does it have a place here? We’ll leave that to the moderators.
I seriously hope he has it and isn’t posting it because you’ve gotten so annoying in your ‘demand’ he do it.
your 17 comments so far have been about these silly grand opening ads. That explains alot.
you have one specific theatre in mind- there are 25 of them.
Can you please be exact with your request?
Do you mean the current incarnation of the venue as operated by AMC or of the older Empire before it’s moved.
Circling back to Rick B’s post and link of 8/22/14- yes. There shall be a Planet Fitness built here. While some were hopeful that at least a community centre might rise from this, the place is going to be used and refurbished. Bringing life into the neighborhood & jobs.
Wow- that’s a great blog. Thanks so much for sharing it.
what would bring you to this complexes page to ask as it might get buried amongst other well thought out comments as your own.
did you think that a query to AMC via their website or social media outlets might be helpful than coming here constantly
Thanks to a blurb on the website “in70mm.com”, learned that the upcoming movie “ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” shall be playing in 70mm, when it opens on 11/18/16.
Bay Area residents can plan accordingly.
where the link or scan of the advert?
maybe he was upset it didn’t have reclining seats.
I used IMDB for my information.
Perhaps wish to share where you learned of this “correction”.
anyone attending looking for a good place to eat- let me recommend the Boston Burger Company, located across the street. If it wouldn’t get me heat with my cardiologist, I’d recommend the Mac N Cheese Bacon Burger.
tragically there’s no photos of the venue in the placeholder. Pity there’s no great “buff” of movies who is obsessed with North Jersey cinema to take care of that….
AMC is 15 minutes from this location, CineArts at Santana Row is 12.
As far as rent money not coming in- this is the South Bay. I highly doubt it will remain dormant for long.
There’s alot of fine photos that R8teco contributed. Can those be in the place holder?
Thanks Kevin for the photo.
Now if that would be the main photo for this page than some random hallway picture.
maybe next time you’d be able to snag a couple pictures right quick. That’d be awesome
most importantly – did Eliot Ness stop Al Capone?
Unfortunately this theatre will be closing this coming Friday, September the 9th.– another local theatre chain suffering loss in the ever changing South Bay.
Season 1 Episode 14 of “The Streets of San Francisco” – entitled “ A Trout in the Milk”, the marquee for the Grandview is given a quick glimpse. The episode aired in 1972.
thanks for the legwork steven.
It would have been nice if terry provided that information when he made his original post on this.