Century Downtown Plaza 7

445 Downtown Plaza,
Sacramento, CA 95814

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Century Downtown Plaza 7

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Located in the popular Downtown Plaza in Sacramento, it was opened by United Artists in 1994. The Century Downtown Plaza 7 theatre runs the newest films, and holds seven screens. It was closed in January 2016 for a remodelling and was due to reopen if Fall of 2016 with two extra screens. It was still closed in May 2017.

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Scott Neff
Scott Neff on October 30, 2007 at 11:42 pm

This was originally a UA build, built during that period in the mid-90’s before stadium seating caught on.

UAHouseMan on January 24, 2009 at 3:09 pm

This theatre was constructed in 1994 and was originally occupied by United Artists. It was constructed as the entire Downtown Plaza was being built. There were three screens on the upper level, with #3 holding 591 seats and featuring THX certification. The lower level had four smaller screens and it’s own concession stand.
In 1995, the theatre experimented with an interactive movie called “Mr. Payback.” Sadly, interactive movies did not catch on.

Michael D. Jackson
Michael D. Jackson on March 21, 2012 at 9:35 pm

This is a fairly typical and uninteresting movie complex. However, the big screens had curtains that opened and closed, which was surprising since the era of pre-show advertising was under way and also surprising, I went to see GONE WITH THE WIND there while all the other screens had contemporary films going. It was nice to go to this theater in the 1990s because the mall was very hip and fun. Now the mall is kind of quiet and doesn’t offer as much as it once did.

Trolleyguy on May 26, 2017 at 7:19 am

According to Cinemark’s website, this theatre is still closed for remodeling.

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