Century 16 Deer Park Town Center

21600 W. Field Parkway,
Deer Park, IL 60015

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Century 16 Deer Park Town Center

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This theater opened on June 25, 2004. It features 16 screens with stadium seating, THX and digital sound, a Cafe Cinema (simular to Cinemark Melrose Park’s Studio Eats Cafe) featuring espresso and hand-scooped ice cream, and no commericals before the movie begins. This is the second theater under the Century chain that opened in the Chicago area since the Century 18 and CineArts 6 in Evanston opened in late-2000.

It is now operated by Cinemark.

Contributed by James Piscitelli

Recent comments (view all 6 comments)

kantanen
kantanen on October 28, 2004 at 9:39 pm

Hi,
A few of my friends have received complimentary tickets and I’m wondering if I might join them – I’ve been to your theater a number of times… ( friends that have received tickets are Stacy Vrane 381 Spring Creek…. Nancy Bohren 305 Ridge Road.. both Barrington HIlls…)

My address is 525 Oak Knoll Road Barrington Hills 60010
thank you
sharon kantanen

kantanen
kantanen on October 28, 2004 at 9:40 pm

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Add to favoritesCentury 16 Deer Park Town Center
Deer Park, IL
21600 Field Parkway, Deer Park, IL (map)
Status: Open
Screens: Megaplex (16 Screen)
Style: Unknown
Function: Unknown
Seats: Unknown
Chain: Century Theatres
Architect: Unknown
Firm: Unknown

This theater opened on June 25, 2004. It features 16 screens with stadium seating,THX and digital sound, a Cafe Cinema (simular to Cinemark Melrose Park’s Studio Eats Cafe) featuring espresso and hand-scooped ice cream, and no commericals before the movie begins. This is the second theater under the Century chain that opened in the Chicago area since the Century 18 and CineArts 6 in Evanston opened in late 2000.
Related Websites
Century Theatres (Official)

Contributed by James Piscitelli
YOUR COMMENTS

Hi,
A few of my friends have received complimentary tickets and I’m wondering if I might join them – I’ve been to your theater a number of times… ( friends that have received tickets are Stacy Vrane 381 Spring Creek…. Nancy Bohren 305 Ridge Road.. both Barrington HIlls…)

My address is 525 Oak Knoll Road Barrington Hills 60010

kallad
kallad on December 7, 2004 at 11:38 pm

I bought tickets and popocorn and did not get points since I was not a member. they told me to sign up for membership and I would get the credits for these purchases. How do I make sure of this?

nmjanow
nmjanow on December 10, 2004 at 4:24 pm

Why are there such long lines at the concession stand? It doesn’t seem like there is enough people taking orders and working efficiently to serve the customers.
Please fix this it’s ruining my movie experience at this cinema.
I rather go to the AMC in S. Barrington!

rivest266
rivest266 on June 25, 2012 at 12:18 am

June 25th, 2004 grand opening ad has been uploaded here.

Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on October 18, 2012 at 7:56 pm

This page at Reed Construction Data attributes the design of Century’s Deer Park multiplex to the San Diego architectural firm Fehlman LaBarre. The firm designed many multiplexes for Century during the chain’s last years. This web page from Reed has a partial list of them.

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