Cinema Saver 6

2525 Worthington Avenue,
Fort Collins, CO 80526

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cc44
cc44 on December 21, 2013 at 2:40 pm

The address should be 2525 Worthington Ave. and the theatre is operated by AMC. It is listed as the AMC Cinema Saver 6 on their website.

jimineverdies
jimineverdies on July 29, 2012 at 4:47 pm

I used to work at the theatre as an assistant manager. For the longest time we had the posters of the 7 movies the theatre opened with in the booth until a new GM took over and ran the place into the ground. He was let go less than 6 months later. I can only remember Star Trek: Generations and the live action Jungle Book, and Twins.

Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez
Anthony L. Vazquez-Hernandez on March 26, 2009 at 2:50 am

The theater was constructed in 1995. It originally belonged to the now defunct Colorado Cinemas. At the time it was constructed, it basically sat in the middle of nowhere although now it is nestled in with many, many shops and offices in a very busy part of town. I spent many of my late childhood and pre-teen years around this theater since it was managed from 1995 until 2003 by a dear friend of my family, John Garcia. Mr. Garcia is in his early 70s now and spend all of his adult life as a union projectionist and theater manager. He still words a projectionist at a discount house in Colorado Springs. He ran a tight ship and loved the Cinema Saver 6.
I learned much of what I know today at this theater. I learned how to project here as well as many of the other ins and outs of the movie theater business, which I still proudly work in today.
All of the projection equipment came out of a closed multiplex somewhere in Texas and although I cannot remember what kind of projectors/lamphouses/platters are up there, I know that most every auditorium had a different brand and setup.
I went to a movie there last sometime in early ‘08 and it was still clean and very well run.