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When did Lincoln Square do reserved seating for IMAX? This idea, which AMC is also using for its highest grossing theaters in the tri-state area and beyond, is great. As for Oz 3D imax, that will be only digital 3d standard and 2d. Is Die Hard imax playing today?
RIP Chinese, the most famous movie theater in the world.
I agree blacknoi. This year will mark 10 years since the Best Buy that replaced the outers opened and did much better business than the theater. The Sam Goody/FYE/Forever 21 that replaced the inners 15 years ago did moderate business and was popular with the teen crowd.
This coming december, this theater turns 20. Times have changed. THis theater still offers plenty of indie films that rockaway doesn’t offer.
What are the specs for the Loews house? Is it still the same as it was when it first opened, but with a digital 4k projector?
It would be cool if the AMC in Rockaway got the same features that the AMC in Paramus has, such as luxurious seats as well as an ETX screen. Ranking the three AMC 16 plexes, this is third, with the Garden State 16 leading the way while Clifton Commons is second.
RIP Meadow 6…..
Last month, the theater turned 30 without any fanfare. In recent years, this theater has shown a lot of Indian and foreign films to cater the rapidly growing audience who crave them the most. Maybe in the next 30 or so years it should need an upgrade like other Loews/Sony houses.
Amc in rockaway charges 11.50.
In terms of profit, this theater is clearviews cash cow.
Thats good news as the December jobs report was good.
What’s the next movie after Les Mis?
Lol, al. If Digiplex takes over Clearview then theyll upgrade to 4k projection.
Hobbit les mis and zero dark thirty
Tron is being shown in 70mm as well.
i liked it too. This version is the 24 fps version, not the HFR Imax 3D version. The picture quality in 3d is awesome and the sound is immersive. The star trek preview was great in 3d as well as the 3d preshow.
From what i heard, the 48fps version in reald3d is getting bad reviews by critics and some fans. One bright side, the image in 3d is much sharper than regular 3d and imax 3d, making the movie more like a video game and/ or soap opera. If you go to the imax showing, a 9 minute trailer for Star Trek Into Darkness will play before the movie, where as for 2d and 3d showings of the hobbit the trailer will show. Pricing for both HFR 3D and reald 3d are the same, with imax 3d the most expensive.
i first saw LOA on the 1971 VHS print, it was good. Then i saw the widescreen 1989 vhs edition, and loved it. The DVD version from 2002 is terrible quality. I heard the 2012 version is better.