Cinema City at MarketPlace
5737 Brice Outlet Mallway,
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Previously operated by: Chakeres Theaters Inc., Cinema City, Silver Cinemas
Previous Names: Cinema City Silver Super Saver 8, Cinema City Columbus Cinema City 8
The chrome covered and neon lighted theatre was opened by Silver Cinemas on December 21, 1990 and later closed by Silver Cinemas. The theatre was reopened by Canadian Theatre chain Cinema City. Cinema City sold the theatre to an independent. Cinema City is located across from the failed Consumer Square 14.
It had closed by early-2008, but reopened in the summer of 2010 and is now known as the Cinema City at MarketPlace. A new feature to open in 2012 will be Cinema City at MarketPlace Movie Tavern, selling adult beverages.
It was closed in September 2012.
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Made a visit yesterday to see the new updates. Looked the same on the outside and lobby. I talked to a guy behind the counter who said they fixed the seats, got the lights working and have digital projection in a couple rooms.
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Cinema City is now closed. The owners of the mall ran into trouble and closed the entire site sometime around September 14th, 2012, meaning that all of the tenants were closed down.
More info at the following article:
Not surprised the mall shut down. They didn’t have shops so much as “small storage lockers that people could rent to sell whatever they felt like.” You couldn’t walk down any row of “shops” in this mall without finding one place that was selling bootleg DVDs of current run movies or pirated CDs.
It’s a shame, really, because I’d like to see the area come to life again, but traffic congestion and poor layout simply makes it a terrible place to run a business. They would have to demolish loads of buidlings and completely rebuild and reroute the roads.
Is this still closed? If so, the status needs updating.
In 2007 Cineplex Entertainment bought out Cinema City and closed down this one keeping the ones in Edmonton and Winnipeg.
Lindsay Honda will be using the mall as a showroom. The current plan is to keep the movie theatre in place for possible future use.
As of March 2018 the theater is still closed. Lindsay Honda explored options for reopening the theater but my current understanding is that rehabbing the theater is prohibitively expensive. That said, screens and seats are still in place, just none of the equipment from kitchen, projection, etc.
The updated information and new pictures are appreciated.
This opened on December 21st, 1990. Grand opening ad posted.