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The Atrium is a good alternative to Regal.Hope this will do the same
This was initially an AMC Theater
This theater is under the banner of Galaxy Theaters with theaters in California,Nevada Texas and Washington
A news report about the south shore http://fox6now.com/2015/08/19/south-shore-cinema-youll-never-be-more-comfortable-watching-a-movie/
This was a Loew’s house
This theater is still owned by Cablevison and operated by Bowtie. Once Cablevision able to find a buyer for the building the theater will ceased operation.
I think they build it back of the original theater so once the new theater took shape, Cinemark can demolished and add parking places in time for the grand reopening
Its a Halloween theme restaurant nightclub
According to Vue website ,the Vue Birmingham has 25 theaters
AMC had few theaters with 30 screens ,but some closed others were reconfigured or sold to other chains
Frank theatres took over from the same people who run Cinemaworld 16 in RI
I believe this was also partof the Loews family.
There a campaign to save the Slave http://www.bkmag.com/2015/03/19/the-continuing-saga-of-the-slave-theater-gets-curiouser-and-curiouser/
There a good sized parking lot . PathMark supermarket is a co tennet.
I hope so . The theater seen its better days.
The theater is closed until November for extensive renovations http://www.newsday.com/business/roosevelt-field-amc-closed-until-november-for-renovations-1.10052664
Yes at the extreme right of the stairs
The Kingsbridge Armroy plan was Bow Tie Cinemas baby
The nearest theater is the Lynbrook 6. There an abundance of of space for some retail and a modern cinema. Im sure many people who want to see a movie will never go to Sunrise because of past history
Please change to a twin theater. The website for the theatre is www.clearwatercinemacafe.com
DarcyCT count your blessings
The owner of the property has granted the theater a reprieve http://www.timesledger.com/stories/2014/50/sunnysidetheater_tl_2014_12_12_q.html
The place is a gridhouse . How it lasted is anybody guess.
I doubt this theater ever existed. I believed the poster is confused with the Whitestone multiplex witch also had 14 screens. The area is the least disirible of the Bronx.