Sand Lake 7 Cinemas

835 Sand Lake Road,
Orlando, FL 32809

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Sand Lake 7 is located opposite the Florida Mall in the Sports Authority shopping center. This theater was operated by Touchstar Cinemas. Sand Lake 7 closed sometime in 2004 but re-opened again, operated by Zota Theatres showing first run movies. It was closed in early-2007.

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John Fink
John Fink on September 12, 2005 at 7:19 am

I think Touchstar still owns this one. It was a Cineplex Oden, but closed before the merger. Touchstar runs it as a discounted first run theatre (tickets are 5.75 for adults and 3.50 for children and seniors). The touchstar organization also runs the Southcase 7, down the street, a former Regal and even before that part of the first fleet of the Cobb chain, as well as a former General Cinema in Altamante Springs.

John Fink
John Fink on September 18, 2005 at 12:59 pm

Strange, the theatre is still in good repair, they added LED displays above the theateres (Cineplex Oden theatres of this era ussually had a number and the poster of what was playing). It hasn’t been updated much, it has two snack bars, the right one is closed. The cinema has 3 theatres to the right, and 4 to the left. I doubt its seats were updated, but last time I visited it (to see 40 Year Old Virgin opening weekend) the signage as well as the staff uniforms all read “Touchstar Cinemas”. Zola could have aquired it in that time, after searching through their website I discovered the company, like Touchstar, that aquires Florida cinemas left over from before the mega-plex boom (these theatres have a loyal following all their own). A few of Zota’s cinemas look like they were from Regal, one even looks to be from Cobb Cinemas (before Regal aquired the chain). They also have partnership with two other chains (although the website doesn’t give much information about the nature of the partnership). www.zotatheatres.com does not list the Sand Lake as theirs.

Davidw
Davidw on October 22, 2007 at 5:37 pm

Theatre closed again in early 2007

Mikeoaklandpark
Mikeoaklandpark on August 14, 2012 at 4:02 pm

This theater open around 1987 or 88 by Cineplex Odeon. I just happen to be there the day it opened at th emall across the street.

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