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I saw Bladerunner (the original cut) at Indian Hills in Omaha in 1982. 10 years later… I saw Bladerunner (The Director’s Cut) at the Cooper Theater in Denver. Glad I was able to see those films in those beautiful movie theaters.
lostmemory… the screen in the picture is gone now. It was torn down in 2009 or 2010. Drove by the old Westernaire Drive-In location a few months ago… there’s nothing there anymore. A sad deal.
Sadly, per Facebook, the Sunset Drive-In in Plentywood, Montana, closed at the end of August this year. Believe the owners, and the town, are trying to renovate the local movie theater in Plentywood (new digital projection system). I wanted to see a movie at this drive in… and I never made it.
Contacted Carmike corporate and they have put the two new screens project on hold. Which probably means the screens will never be built. This theater is one of the worst run places I’ve ever seen movies at. Incompetent staff, big turn-over in managers, dirty theaters, you name it… this place has it in spades. Avoid at all costs.
This is a beautiful theater. I saw Super 8 with the family in one of the giant screen theaters last weekend. I’d like to thank the management and workers of Grand Theatres for doing such a fine job. Amazing experience.