I went with my little sister to watch 5nights at Freddy’s 40 min I to the movie bunch of young teenage boys being loud and annoying jumping and stomping through the movie. I quickly walked out and a young man who wear glasses forgot his name but he did great in helping me get 2 managers to handle the situation. After I was able to enjoy my movie and manager also gaved me a free film for any next movie!! Great customer service manger name is Ryan he did great along with an another team member he did great at telling those teenage boys to be respectful during showtime!! Thank you for making us feel better and comfortable!!
Super comfortable reclining seats. Sound quality is fantastic as well.
It's a pretty good theater. There's a wide selection of movies, the theaters have comfortable seats with plenty of leg room, The center that it's in has food, if you want to make a date of it. It's got a mini arcade... for people that still remember arcades. Plus, plenty of parking.
I love this theater with the luxury reclining seats! Such nice upgrade from a regular theater. The staff was friendly and the theater and restrooms were clean. I highly recommend this theater for movie watching. Parking is convenient in the structure underneath it and there escalators and elevators as well
We came to see Oppenheimer for the last showing of the night supposed to start at 9:15. It was 9:25 when my fiancé went to ask someone when it was going to start and it took that for them to run the movie. We could hear people laughing in the projection booth before going out to ask someone. It wasn't that big of an inconvenience since we were the only ones in the theater, but I've never been to a theater where the movie didn't start when it was supposed to 🤷♀️ Still had fun and enjoyed the movie! Their Pepsi tasted great 👍
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