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moviebuff, the only theatre I saw in NJ gonna play it in 35 mm is the Lincoln Cinemas in Kearney
This is the theatre your thinking about. Also the Amboys Multiplex opened in 1979 and closed in 2005.
Good for Nolan. Keep it up. This whole push to digital was stupid and only the smart theatres retained some of their film equipment.
On my way into the city yesterday on the bus, for the first time in 3 months, the theatre is now nothing but a very small pile of rubble. And yes the Multiplex sign by the turnpike is still there as is the marquee by rte 1. A For Sale sign hangs from it.
As a former projectionist with over 38 years expierience, I couldnt have said it better myself RogerA. Kudo’s.
I plan on going there to see it in 70MM. It will be a pleasure to watch a movie on FILM instead of digital.
walterk, about 3 weeks ago I drove by here on my way to work. There was a large container dumpster outside. I guess it was for all the interior demo that was going on. On my way in 2 days ago the dumpster was gone and all appears quiet for now.
Anytime L. Weigard.
Vito, I worked all summer on a renovation at the AMC mountainside theatre. Same thing happened there. Some theatres seat capacities were cut in half. 200 seat theatres suddenly had 100 seats.
So why dont Lucas or Spielberg buy it and save it?
They need a projectionist?? Im available
Looks like another one bites the dust.
I didnt think Jerry Lewis Cinemas opened anything more than 2 screens. Were there theatres added on?
Vito, what you just described was what my father use to call “showmanship”, something thats been lacking since I would say the late 70’s/early 80’s as the age of twinning and the birth of multiplexes took place. As he always told me, I came into the game a few years too late.
techman707, when I lost my job as projectionist in May of 2013 (after 37 years) the owner I was working for said that the film companies would love to see all theatres gone and have everything go to pay per view. Now I dont know if this could happen, but you never know.
To whoever keeps changing the photo, please leave the one with the curtain closed, as opposed to the one with the screen ad showing on the screen.
Probably the first cinema in the country to go from film to digital to film. I would love to see more of them do it.
From a porn palace to Gods palace. Pretty Amazing.
AMC did the same renovations at the Mountainside Theatre in New Jersey. I worked on that one, and as we finished one phase of work, the contractors would shift to this location.
Cant believe how good it looks above the false ceiling.
walterk, you probably knew my father who was the projectionist here from 1946 till it closed in 1965. Im hoping to secure a job as a stagehand here once it opens.
We shall see Vito.
Im sure hoping I get a job there when its done.