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I sure wish someone had photos of the Theater’s Interior.
I won’t lie, I really missed this Theater. I wish it hadn’t been converted into a church though. It might’ve still booming today if it does secondary showings. The Heritage Park Theater too, which that and the Heritage Park Mall is gone itself. For some reason, the Heritage Park 3 has not yet been added yet. Just thought I bring that out.
Chicken Little was the last movie I went and in this theater and then it closed in I think in 2006. One of the greatest memories I have about the Heritage Plaza Cinemas is back in December 1999, when I was 8 years old, my family and I went there Seven o' Clock at night and saw Stuart Little.
I like to take a peek in that auditorium.
Zootopia was extremely awesome in the Cine Capri.
The Legendary Cine Capri. I love that auditorium. I love setting back on my sit watching the curtains open and closed. Sometimes they’ll stay open.
Zootopia was extremely awesome in the Cinemark XD. I always wanted to see a Disney Movie in XD. Zootopia is my first.
On the ceiling are the Dolby Atmos speakers. The Dolby Atmos is awesome. It’s like 3D to your ears. Man of Steel was the first movie to be in Dolby Atmos in the Cine Capri. Of all the movies I’d seen in the Cine Capri, I experience Seven movies in Dolby Atmos. The best ones I considerd are Kingsman: The Secret Service and Terminator Genisys.
I have some new pics for ya’ll to look at in the photo section. It’s on the house. Some of the pics was taken 2 years ago. So I just though I get some of my pics from Yelp and bring them here.
Harkins Bricktown Cinemas is a really good theater. The Cine Capri auditorium is one of my new favorite ways to watch movies in theaters as well as the Cinemark XD at the Cinemark Tinseltown USA 20. Compare these two. After 8 years its been opening and booming, I experience the theater for the first time. The Amazing Spider-Man was the first movie that I went and saw there.
The Harkins Bricktown Cinemas was open in October 1, 2004.
A Cinemark XD Auditorium was open in October 5, 2012.
This is my most favorite spot to see movies. I consider this the best cinema in OKC.