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A replica of this theater was used for a key scene in Iron Man 3.
Pretty soon IMAX film will be extinct and replaced by laser projection for larger auditoriums.
Yesterday afternoon I went to see Iron Man 3 in liemax 3d with my dad. Upon purchasing our tickets at the box office, we waited in line until the ushers gave the go ahead for us to come in. The last time I waited in line for a movie like this I think it was Avatar in reald 3d. One thing i noticed was during the last few seconds of the preshow they mentioned to put on our 3d glasses soon. When the imax projector began with the AMC policy trailer, a few seconds of sound were silent then it came on. Then a few 2d trailers and then the 3d first look, after that some 3d trailers and then the 3d movie. Movie looked pretty decent for a 3d conversion plus the sound mix is amazing. Make sure you stay after the credits for a surprise. BTW, Fandango was down last night. Must be due to Star Trek tickets now on sale.
That Robin Hood movie is still my favorite Robin Hood movie of all time. Much better than the Disney, Kevin Costner, Mel Brooks, and Russell Crowe versions.
yeah. I miss moviewatcher.
The bathrooms in this theater are very well cleaned. I love the drying machines. The popcorn with butter can be salty at times but i always have a giant soda with me just in case.
With the closing of the Allwood Sixplex on May 19th, this will be the only movie theater left in town.
http://morristowngreen.com/2013/05/06/morristown-cinemas-closing-may-19-bringing-down-curtain-on-long-movie-history/….here’s the article.
Sunday may 19th is the last day this theater is open. No more movies in morristown.
On May 19th 2013 this theater will shut down due to Clearviews sale to Bowtie. After that only clifton commons is left.
Iron Man 3 had its world premiere in the US at this theater. How fitting, since Disney owns marvel. I wonder if Star Wars Episode VII will play here due to lucasfilm now owned by disney.
Return of the Jedi was shown again this past weekend for star wars weekend to celebrate it’s 30th anniversary on May 25th, weeks after the film had its world premiere at this theater. It was part of a festival.
Judging by that photo, this theater looked classy.
The photo should be changed…..it’s no longer the Kodak theater.
This past weekend was Star Wars weekend, and when it comes to Star Wars, some of the films in the franchise, especially the first one, had its world premiere at the main auditorium in 1977. Now that was a premiere.
As a result of the cablevision bowtie transaction, several of the struggling theaters will close in may. Among them, Clearview 1st and 62nd in manhattan and chester cinema 6 in nj.
According to sources this theater will close on may 19.
I wonder if the nfl draft will continue its run at the hall…seems that it’s a popular venue for nfl fans across america. As for awards shows, the Oscars should not play at this venue….it was meant to be in hollywood.
i wonder what will happen to free movie tuesdays….RIP to that.
Its also the same at the amc garden state imax
It benefits the studios. Oblivion was awesome in imax. Preshow had no picture but sound.
Ticket prices increased as of recently. .50 cent increase.
Finally…..hopefully regal follows suit alongside cinemark.
This is similar to the godzilla issue in 1998.