Golden Triangle Mall 5

2201 S. I-35 E,
Denton, TX 76205

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Operated by: Landmark Theatres (USA)

Previously operated by: Silver Cinemas, United Artists Theater Circuit Inc.

Functions: Movies (Second Run)

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 940.387.2224

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Golden Triangle Mall 5

Sub-run house in the Golden Triangle Mall. It opened by United Artists on March 17, 1995. It was later taken over by Silver Cinemas and is now operated by Landmark Theatres.

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Chris1982 on August 24, 2014 at 3:43 am

United Artists Theatres opened this Cinema as a first run house on March 17, 1995.

Trolleyguy on June 10, 2016 at 5:10 pm

Now showing films on only 3 screens. Probably can’t afford to go digital in all the auditoriums.

dallasmovietheaters on February 21, 2022 at 11:24 pm

The Golden Triangle Mall was once serviced by two cinemas. The first was the UA Golden Triangle 4 - a long-since demolished outparcel location - that sat across from the northern section of the Golden Triangle Mall just across San Jacinto Boulevard opening June 6, 1980 just ahead of the Mall’s launch. The sequel was this location, the UA Golden Triangle 5, a 5-plex interior theatre inside of Mall opening on March 17, 1995.

The original UA Golden Triangle 4 operated to the end of its 20-year leasing agreement closing quietly on March 26, 2000 with UA continuing with this interior theatre. UA later downgraded the theater to a discount, sub-run venue before discontinuing operations at the end of its lease. Silver Cinemas, a discount specialist, took on the location and ran it continually until the COVID-19 pandemic which temporarily closed the cinema on March 16, 2020. The theatre was among just a handful of discount movie theaters nationally which would get second-life relaunching a year-and-a half-later on September 29, 2021.

The discount theatres struggled mightily in late 2021 to get second-run product to fill their screens and Silver Cinemas changed course in December of 2021 opting to try a policy of first-run features under the Landmark Theatres circuit brand name. The theater’s policy change combined with the shuttering of Cinemark’s Hollywood USA in Garland also in December of 2021 ended sub-run, discount films in mega/multi-plexes in Texas if not the entire Southwest. It also left Silver Cinema with one official theater in operation - the Market Square in Madison, Wisconsin - which continued with discount films until closing in February of 2022.

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