Landmark Square One

100 City Centre Drive,
Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9

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telliott
telliott on October 16, 2014 at 11:10 am

Yes, but they’re not in Mississauga. One is in Etobicoke and one is in Brampton. I’m talking about the city of Mississauga itself. Closer to Mississauga is the Orion Gate 10 in Brampton and the Winston Churchill 24 in Oakville. But again they are not as convenient for many residents of Mississauga.

SilverPlaqueVII
SilverPlaqueVII on October 16, 2014 at 10:51 am

Don’t forget Queensway/VIP and SC Brampton.

telliott
telliott on October 14, 2014 at 10:11 am

Interesting, with this closing and SilverCity 10 earlier in the year, Mississauga has lost 20 screens within this year. That leaves only the 16 screen Courtney Park, the 12 screen Cineplex Cinemas (formerly Coliseum) and the 4 screen Cine Starz in a city of 750,000. There are many areas of the city that could use a movie theatre, I only hope that with these closings, the theatre companies are scouting for new locations. It’s also interesting that when Cineplex opened the now defunct Landmark 10 back in 2001, it closed the 5 screen Erin Mills town centre location. Now that Square One is closed, maybe they should look at going back in that area, or maybe Meadowvale. Also there has been nothing built in southern Mississauga south of the QEW, the last movie house down there was the former Vogue / Credit Cinema which closed in the 70s!

telliott
telliott on October 10, 2014 at 7:24 am

This theatre closed October 3rd according to this newspaper report. Apparently the mall wanted to take over the space for different purposes. Too bad, was a nice theatre.

http://www.mississauga.com/whatson-story/4890705-square-one-s-landmark-cinema-closing-doors-friday/

SilverPlaqueVII
SilverPlaqueVII on February 8, 2014 at 8:31 pm

Now renamed to Landmark in 2013. Former Coliseum “replaced” the former Square One.

telliott
telliott on August 3, 2012 at 11:19 am

That was the previous Square One cinemas 4, opened and operated by Famous Players from when the mall opened in 1973 until 1997 when the first Coliseum was opened by them across the street.