UA Snowden Square Stadium 14

9161 Commerce Center Drive,
Columbia, MD 21046

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UA Snowden Square Stadium 14

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This theater was opened on December 19, 1997 by United Artists. The theater is located behind the Snowden Square shopping center in Columbia, Maryland. It is also the first theater in the area with stadium seating and digital sound in all auditoriums.

Regal assumed operation of the theater in 2002 when United Artists became part of Regal Entertainment Group.

Contributed by MovieTix86

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CSWalczak
CSWalczak on August 30, 2010 at 10:10 am

This theater is now owned by Regal: View link

Giles
Giles on August 30, 2010 at 11:23 am

well that acquisition took forever.

Holden_Pike
Holden_Pike on August 11, 2011 at 5:48 pm

When the Snowden cinema opened, the stadium seating and brand new facility was an instant and massive success in Columbia, which had grown considerably since its inception in the late 1960s. It spelled quick doom for the Columbia Cinema III downtown, the original theater and for more than a decade the only theater in town, as well as the Palace 9, which had been open for about a decade when Snowden opened. But the Cinema III was very old and had no room to expand, and Palace 9 was in pretty rough shape and also had no way to expand. With Snowden’s state of the art trappings plus the ability to play absolutely everything those other twelve combined screens could brought an end to both of Columbia’s original cinemas, with III closing in 2000 and Palace 9 in 2001. Both have been demolished.

MovieTix86
MovieTix86 on December 23, 2013 at 9:49 am

Presentations here are generally good in terms of projection, though the sound is almost always too quiet. Bass output during Pacific Rim was very underwhelming compared to subsequent viewings at other theatres. The largest auditoriums are a bit better but still too quiet for their size.

All auditoriums are full stadium seating with no lower floor seating (flat) section.

The smaller auditoriums are practically shoeboxes being much longer than they are wide, which means if you don’t sit near the front quarter of those auditoriums, the screens will look small. Leg room is cramped compared to the largest auditoriums.

The largest auditoriums have wider row spacing (more legroom) and wider screens with side masking.

According to the cinema locator on Barco’s website, two of the largest auditoriums (7 and 8) have their 2K DLP projectors installed. Auditorium 6 is also large but I’m assuming a Sony projector is installed for that house.

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