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This is the only theater left in Williamsburg. The Carmike Cinema 4 and the Williamsburg Crossing 7 plex (Both owned by Carmike Cinemas) closed down.
Actually the 7 plex (The Williamsburg Crossing Theater) was also owned by Carmike and has closed. Now there is only thing left is the twelve-plex
Towards the end this theater was really gross. I remember walking out of a movie (and I was on a date) from this theater.
It looks the same, but now is a christian fellowship
It’s really not that exciting. I have been there and it looks like any other boring Megaplex
Howard, have you been into the Yeadon since the fire and seen the damage to the building?
I am for saving theaters as much as the next person but with the theater missing the back for the last 3 years (causing the deteriation to move faster) and now the fire I think it is a lost cause. Before the fire I would say keep it, but since the fire the things that make it special have been lost.
Since the theater is so gone perhaps it would be best to just let the theater go.
I think people wouldn’t be as upset about the ads if the money that was made from them helped lower the cost of going to the movies. Ticket prices already limit how much I go to the theater. I usually these days just wait to see all the movies on cable.
Thanks Roger. Thats strange having windows (or portholes) going to the booth.
A question. There is a window on each side of the marquee (they look like portholes). Anyone know what they (used to of course) go to? Was that the projection room or an office?
I would ignore Michael. He is obviously a elementry school child who has too much time on his hands and access to the computer.
Interesting that he has two accounts. Perhaps he needs to be reported to the owner of the site so his accounts can be banned.
Here is what I don’t understad. Why dont they rent the space out during the day for flea markets, auto shows and the like. Not only could they make up the lost money they actually might make MORE money. It would keep an institution around as well as please their bottom line.