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Sorry. Wrong theater. Imagine if that thx auditorium becomes an etx atmos theater.
Having the salvation army using this location is a good choice.
Wonder if the X-Men hung out at this theater lol?
How interesting to look at pictures of movie theaters that cater to different genders…
As a result of the economic recession that hit this state under Arnie’s reign.
Since it was called the Galaxy, didn’t star wars play here?
i agree chassmith.
To me, i know this theater as the supper club. Lots of celebs hang out at this place.
photo still not changed….
yes they do.
They are installing more digital projectors and dumping 35mm film. Personally I prefer the look of 35mm over digital since its much sharper on a smaller screen than a digital print. Plus I like the grainy look of it with splices and cue marks.
Same here for world war z in 2d in theater 14. Also the amc first look was green hued which was annoying. The sound was good.
Name should be changed to bow tie as they now own all of the clearview cinemas. Advance tickets now on a different site instead of movie tickets.
Theater is now closed as of wednesday, according to nj.com.
I like real imax better than digital. ..the aspect ratio is taller.
Look at what happened to the clifton quad.
Has anyone seen After Earth in 4k at this theater? If so, how was the picture quality? The only showtime left for tomorrow is 3 pm, which doesn’t bode well for this box office flop. It will find better life on 4k bluray lol. http://www.imdb.com/list/cTLrg_0aolM/?start=1&view=detail&sort=release_date_us:desc&defaults=1
How is the reserved seating doing at this theater? If it proves to be successful, then it will bring it to other top grossing AMC plexes….This month marks one year since Dolby Atmos made its premiere with Brave, a great pixar movie that also sounds good. Since then, a dozen other theaters have converted some screens to Dolby Atmos, mostly in urban areas of NYC that are owned by Regal.
This theater was the theater of choice for Tony Soprano and his family during season 2 of the sopranos (season 1 was filmed before clifton commons opened), a trend which continued to the final episode. A gift certificate featuring Tony Soprano’s name can be seen in a book about the making of the hit tv show. The show’s creator, David Chase, grew up in Clifton, NJ and filmed some scenes at this theater during non-peak hours. As for the late James Gandolfini, some of his movies have played here, including his final film, Animal Rescue, set for release in 2014, which will be the 15th anniversary of Clifton Commons' opening.
Theater now open as of Friday. Allwoodcinemas.com.
What movie was it hdtv267?