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actually, that’s an escalator – but thanks for playing.
I invite you or anyone else to go through your pernt near 3500 comments and find something of substance. You ask inane questions that are easily found doing a google search. You post outrageous facts and innuendo and don’t apologize, just delete them. You never follow on your questions.
There’s a reason myself and now others are sick and tired of your postings. You’re being disrespectful turning this into your own personal playtoy.
The more you continue, the more myself & others will continue. This has been going on for years & years and needs to end.
so now you’re posting about things that aren’t showing there.
wow, just wow.
PS, it’s not just “mostly museums” do your research.
I posted about that before when I went- but that post went mysteriously missing…
Ah Alps. I gave up on this venue after having to show my ticket stub to an usher when I’d use the rest room, after when I left the theatre, clearly told him I was just going to take care of things.
That couple with the entitled millenials who took a photo of the screen, I’ve never been back to any of those venues.
Here’s hoping they tear it down and build an Alamo Drafthouse.
if you agree, then why do you continue to contribute to the further pollution of this board?
why is it relevant- just because someone posted it for Lincoln Square. Go ask on Facebook. , oh wait- that’s what this has become.
I need that “angry” emoji installed
for someone who claims to spend the time there that you do, you think you’d have that bit of information already.
So wait walking down the hallway caused your back issues?
yes Jim, you presume correctly. Still is great inside, wonderful venue still, where mainly a comedy club- it hosts events of all sorts. Considering it’s location, it does cater some to a gay audience. Thank you.
it’s a run on sentence disguised as a paragraph.
I’m thankful he contributed to the site, but it’s nothing to hold a parade over.
But , MovieBuff, echoing other’s wishes, it’s time for you to take your shtick here
I’m with you, but as long as the asinine posts continue here or the Lincoln Square board continues as a personal dialogue between 3 people, I’m going to continue.
Time for those sorts of comments to go here
It’s really time for those kind of comments to go here..
Two separate theatre pages, you’re being called out by other members to stop with those sorts of posts.
It’s become more and more obvious of late that no one else cares about these trivial matters.
Time to finally stop with it.
So- what exactly do you want someone to do for you about this on here? Seriously.
Your first problem was going to the box office. You actually thought they’d be selling tickets there? LOL.
If you can’t remember for sure where you saw a movie back in 1985, how can you remember for sure this “fact”?
the Roxie (both big & little) are operating and doing very well. During a recent trip to San Francisco (November 2016) I attended three times.
Theatre is now using online ticketing and via Ipad in both houses. This now produces the “Supermarket reciepts” that a past member railed against in the past at a venue.
Being a “community theatre” it offers quite ecletic fare. I attended an evening screening one of the nights of the Transgender Film Festival. This was in the big Roxie. My two visits to the little Roxie were for a Saturday morning cartoon presentation, then later in the week “King Cobra” about gay porn icon Brent Corrigan.
Seating quite comfortable as well as the sightlines. Due to the timing I got to the theaters each night ( darn Mission resturants being crowded) I was unable to get internal photos. If you are in SF or going, check out the calendar and try to make a trip to this hidden city gem. Support local cinema.
Surpassed in what? Toilets flushed? Popcorn kernels popped?
your wild innuendo is disrespectful to the amazing work that rivest does, please cease from cluttering up his ads with your incoherent ramblings.
why bother giving a detailed response. You’re wrong.
I live up that way and spent my younger years at the 4 plex I know where it was and also what happened after it closed and things it was connected with.
I stick by my nope –
so the answer the question
IS THIS COMPLEX BEING RENOVATED?
why not ask the people you “heard” about these fires from- as I’m not aware of anything.
yup MovieBuff- like you’ve got any experience taking photos in theatre complexes.
The Metreon in SF recently upgrading the seating for the Laser IMAX and I saw my third movie there and have been quite pleased with how it turned out. The seats are so much more comfortable, picture quality & sound are incredible, especially being shown on the size screen that the Metreon has.
However, once it does open and people begin seeing movies there, you know people are going to come here bitching & whining about something.
I’ll not be setting foot in it. Considering the excitement level from some posters, I’m concerned the floors & seats will be sticky.
That map photo taken is very important. Especially if you’re attending a show before the Centre opens.
wow, that’s a pretty full plate there.
I wish you the best for medical health.