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Thanks to my friend Matt Aimonetti for taking this photo!
Too bad this theater is closing. I actually lived a few miles away in Dunn Loring in the mid 90s and spent a good amount of time here. By today’s standards, it’s pretty marginal… but it was solid back then. I’m pretty sure this is where I first saw Mallrats and Toy Story.
Oh, cool. I’ve always wondered what this building was. I’ve passed by it several times while on an Amtrak train pulling into Union Station. I’m sure it would make an awesome venue.
This is great news for San Diego!
I really enjoy seeing movies at the ArcLight when I’m up in LA, so it will be nice to have that same experience at home now too.
In general, the northern part of San Diego doesn’t have enough megaplex theaters. So that means most people in the La Jolla and UTC neighborhoods have to drive all the way over to the Edwards Mira Mesa to watch movies on truly big screens.
So this is very welcome news.
This is the 25,000th photo uploaded to Cinema Treasures!
this is a test comment. please ignore it.
@SirSimonOverton You only need to enter the ZIP code… you can leave out the city and state. Try searching for just “98366” and you’ll find the Dragonfly.
Yeah, just to add to what Ross said, we’d love to add batch uploading at some point. It would be really useful.
And here’s a link to our 10,000th photo.
nice composition, monika. that’s a clever way to capture this theater. :)
This is the 10,000th photo to be posted on Cinema Treasures. :)
If you’ve ever been to the Alamo Drafthouse before, then you know this concept is viable.
While you may not wish to have a drink or eat a meal for EVERY movie, it can definitely be a fun treat once in a while.
The Alamo has the best take on this concept, IMHO. But I look forward to trying an iPic theater soon.
@JoeG Nothing happened to all of our great comments. They are still there!
To see the comments for a theater, just click on the ‘Comments’ tab at the top of the theater page.
This is the 5000th photo upload to Cinema Treasures!
@Tinseltoes Yes, please email
@ChasSmith Thanks for your feedback. Glad you love the new site! :D
As for rotating photos, in most cases, you won’t need to rotate photos when uploading photos from a new camera or mobile phone (like the iPhone).
But, sometimes, for older images and images that were scanned, we may not be able to determine the orientation. And that’s when manual rotation will be necessary.
So far, the vast majority of images have been uploaded without needing rotation. But there are definitely exceptions.
@Bway Thank you. That means a lot.
@KenLayton Yeah, it looks like Google hasn’t gone to Connell yet. There are street views of nearby highways, but nothing available in the town itself.
Fixed. Thanks, Chuck!
@RonNewman For now, just email
@ChasSmith Glad you like the new site! That means a lot. :)
As for the incorrect orientation, this often happens with older photos which don’t have the correct orientation flags set.
As a temporary workaround, you can open the photo in an image editor like Photoshop, rotate the image yourself, and then reupload it.
And, if you already uploaded an incorrectly rotated photo, you can now delete that photo by going to the photo page and clicking on the ‘Remove this photo’ link at the bottom of the page.
@Tinseltoes We’re also going to add the ability to edit your comment in the next week or two, so that should make up the missing comment preview feature.
@Vito We just updated how usernames are displayed. If you edit your name on your profile, as you have done, your name will appear on all of your comments instead of your username.
I’ll look into the issues with the email notifications. Should have a fix for that this week sometime.
Thanks for your patience, everyone!
@EdSolero We’ve updated links in comments to open up a new window. Also, if you run across a broken street view, just email