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Wow, all the time I spent in Lefty O'Douls and I had no clue.
Today was an interesting occurrence in Auditorium 15 while watching “The Skeleton Twins”. With roughly 10 mins left in the movie, the house lights came on while the movie still played.
Everyone looked around wondering what was happening. Emergency or such, but with the movie still playing doubtful. Then to the left of the auditorium we hear a loud “Oh Crap” ( probably the worker who put the lights on) and then went off again.
Thankfully nothing was wrong- but just a funny occurrence.
So this happened…
Rise of the Guardians ran instead of Guardians of the Galaxy at this venue on Thursday night.
well yes, it bloody would be Cinemark XD since Cinemark owns Century.
Nice shot of the marquee of this theatre in “Hell up in Harlem” at around the 45 minute mark. you’ll other shots in this Blaxplotation classic as well.
the film showing at the Victoria , “Across 110th Street'
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that would be a better place to be sure your concerns are addressed.
I am very well aware of how AMC is presenting it’s coming attractions now.
It brought you to this site that a Cinemark XD logo was shown on an AMC screen.
I was merely offering a solution as to how that could have occurred.
June 13th is the re-opening for this venue as a “fork and Screen”
not the grand opening ad of this particular venue. The Woodhaven 4 was part of the actual Woodhaven Mall as you can see by the “next to Woolco” mention [ Woolco was a subsidiary of Woolworth]
Woodhaven 10 was a totally new building. But thanks though, cool ad.
not the grand opening ad of this particular venue. The Woodhaven 4 was part of the actual Woodhaven Mall.
attended “XMen, Days of Future Past” at the ETX , Dolby ATMOS screen. Unfortunately the 3D was not much to right home about. However the movie itself was and thanks to Bryan Singer for cleaning up Brett Ratner’s mess.
The sound was incredible and quite enjoyable seating as well. Not the recliners, but definitely comfy rockers.
Your comment about “Kingsman : The Secret Service” trailer is quite intriguing. I’ve attended screenings for AMC theaters in venues in many different regions. Lately the conclusion of the trailer would have a slide with the graphic of the movie’s title , AMC logo and date in which the movie was scheduled to open.
I’ve seen commercials for other movies during the pre-show. Perhaps that is when you saw it.?
The reunion special, naming of the winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race and wedding of season 6 contestant Josyln Fox to his husband was recorded at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel. outside view of marquee featured and the inside looks nicely re-done.
Nice to see the ‘old girl’ coming back to life!
Check out the Richmond SF blog for an update- Alamo Drafthouse might be interested in this space. Walk through scheduled for May 19th.
Also video from the interior and more information located on said blog.
Not sure what happened with the renovation plans, reports just say they were stalled. Which is shocking considering the rate of real estate expansion in the City
An updated photo can be found here #lepoop
Circling back to Mistertopps comments. I thought that $29 was a bit outrageous for a “normal” showing for a movie, even in LA. According to what I saw on their website, if you become an iPic member ( which is free), you also can pay $19- its $29 for non members.
the AMC site has a list of theaters equipped with Dolby ATMOS, have you checked on there?
Fire Reported here at the Burger King on 4/27/14.
Report from various media says that it was a grease fire.
The Patio will be closing for the summer, unless it can get some sort of help in getting the air conditioning fixed
A very nice little history of the “toughest house in NYC” is found as part of this Frankenstein based blog, which includes some photos as well
AMC online ticketing doesn’t seem to be caught up yet. However, according to Fandango, yes this complex is open
The reopening features are Captain America- The Winter Soldier (taking up three of the screens alternating 3D and 2D showings) also Frozen and Need for Speed (only in 2D)
AM 2D pricing is $6.50 AM 3D pricing is $10.50
PrimeTime 3D pricing $15.00 Primetime 2D pricing $11.00
Alas the days of the Bridge theatre possibly re-opening as an operating venue are over.
It has purchased and transformed into a local indoor baseball academy. Purchase price $2,000,000
linkage from SF Curbed
More info, including a photo of the suspect available from Philly. com