Harkins Superstition Springs 25 Luxury Cinemas

6950 E. Superstition Springs Boulevard,
Mesa, AZ 85207

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Opened October 27, 1997, this was the first all digital, THX-certified multiplex in Arizona. It is decorated in an elaborate fashion with extravagant use of color, shapes, and neon lights. There is also a projector above the box office playing trailers at night. This has been Arizona’s busiest theatre for the last few years, rivaling the AMC Mesa Grand 24. In 2003, 1.9 million moviegoers visited.

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Joe Vogel
Joe Vogel on April 20, 2006 at 6:36 am

The Harkins Superstition Springs 25 was designed by Paul John Ladensack, of the Phoenix firm CCBG Architects. The design won an Award of Honor from the American Institute of Architects in 1998.

Two pictures of the theatre can be seen on this page (thumbnails: will open pop-up windows.)

rivest266 on November 18, 2015 at 6:46 pm

October 27th, 1997 grand opening ad in photo section. It claimed that it was the largest all THX cinema in the world.

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