Cinemark at the Pike Outlets and XD
99 S. Pine Avenue,
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Cinemark Theatres (Official)
Operated by: Cinemark
Firms: BB Architects
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Cinemark at the Pike
Located at Rainbow Harbor, a lively dining, retail and entertainment destination in downtown Long Beach, this high-tech theatre complex boasts state-of-the-art equipment and all-stadium seating. The Cinemark at the Pike was opened November 14, 2003.
The film house is a favorite among local teens, avid moviegoers, budding dinner-and-a-movie daters and party-hoppers gearing up for a night on the town, considering its proximity to the bustling downtown scene.
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A better choice over the nearby AMC 16 at Pine Square. With both of these they are sometimes so understaffed you can walk right in without a ticket.
Here are some photos taken yesterday:
Nice photos ken mc.
Cinemark at the Pike was designed by Blair Ballard Architects.
I always thought this was supposed to be an Edwards, then they went under and then it was Crown and then they went under…
Crown was never under the protectection of bancruptcy court. A majority of its theaters was sold to Bow Tie
This theater was never a Crown property.
I spent a very pleasant afternoon at the Cinemark on 29th June 2014 watching “22 Jump Street” in Screen 8. It has a rather plain frontage, but the foyer is large and spacious, with splendidly colourful decoration above the concession stand and the entrances to the screens. The auditoriums are extremely comfortable and the staff friendly and welcoming. It gets my recommendation!
November 14th, 2003 grand opening ad in photo section
One auditorium was converted to ‘Cinemark XD’ and all seats throughout the complex were converted to ‘Cinemark Luxury Recliners’ in August 2015. The theatre has thusly been rebranded ‘Cinemark At the Pike Outlets and XD’.