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This got even worse, Regal is no better then UA.
To think Brooklyn once had 200 theatres
Nyer OMG you took the words out of my mouth. I said the same thing about GWTW 75th anniversary. Ho hoopla, no big celebration like for the 50th. I have been trying to find out if the showing yesterday was like the Wizard of Oz showings where all they did was project a DVD. The movie theatre business is DEAD and buried, any theatrical showings are just adertisement for the home DVD release.
The marquee is lit up with a for lease sign but I guess this is going to go retail :(
To me not advertising movies on the marquee is the stupidest idea I have ever heard. Why give up free advertising?
Now that the Fantasy has been renovated its going to be another nail for the Lynbrooks coffin.
Anything going on here? I keep hoping it reopens hate to see it closed
Do they ever have screenings here open to the public?
Have any updates been done here?
This closed as a Quad
Any theatre no matter how much business it does is in danger if the landlord has someone willing to pay more then a theatre can. The Pacific-City Cinemas people DROOL over the money to be made for Cinema 1-2-3 it will happen as soon as the right offer comes along.
Such a busy area surprising this cant make a go of it, very sad.
WOW amazing already
I remember this booking did HUGE grosses here
Like one of the old Trans-Lux newsreel cinemas
So sad a true piece of Americana
The East side used to be a BOOMING movie area. Other then the 3 films playing at Cinema 1-2-3 couldn’t this theatre have its pick of releases?
Wow I saw this double feature here. I LOVED this place
How very sad I hope it survives
Wow 12 seats thats really tiny.
The new marquee is DISGUSTING. If you don’t know its a movie theatre driving by on the LIE you wont now.
Talk about an opportunity to open theatres. All of the Bronx has only 2 theatres? We have 3 theatres just in Forest Hills.
If City Cinemas (who used to operate this) or another operator who could get good product came here they might make a go of it. Even though the days of the single screen are over, the neighborhood is painfully under screened. I ran this theatre many eons ago and hate to see it close.