Auditorium I

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Century Aurora

Century Aurora

Aurora, CO

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Auditorium I

The former Theater 9 is reborn as XD Auditorium I.

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terrywade
terrywade on January 25, 2013 at 9:28 am

I like the blue lights. This is so different then the Century/Cinemark chain puts In. Most of their multiplex theatres just have boring white screens to look at and ads going when you come into the cinemas. Will they have armed guards in this tragic theatre? Someday soon maybe Century/Cinemark will go hi tech and put in some nice waterfall curtains with color lights on them in these hi price EX screen auditoriums that have no masking for CinemaScope┬« wide screen. You will just see a band of white on the top and bottom. It’s better to just see a 1.85 movie in XD then the full screen will be used. This new screen looks more semi curved on the bottom then on the top. When they cram in this giant screen ever inch of the front is used. If a curtain was put in they will have to cut and go up in the ceiling for the extra space to drop it down.

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