I haven't been to a movie here since I was in high school (15 years ago) where it wasn't hot and sticky inside. If my wife goes it isn't uncommon for her to have to leave the movie early because it's so hot. If a movie is here instead of at the other theater in town we wait until it...
Not enough staff during busy hours. Seating is old, uncomfortable, and the carpeting is dirty. Theaters are smelly. No stadium or riser seating, so someone's head is always right in your way.
No way on this earth a ticket is worth $9.25.
Took our 2 young teens to movie here in April 2016 in the evening. Was surprised that there wasn't many people there. Easy getting tickets, however, I'm not a fan of the prices of the snacks. We got the package with free refills but the concession was closed soon after. 2 large sodas and large popcorn was over 20$.
Back in the 70s this was probably the place to go but I don't think it's been upgraded since. The seats must have been purchased from Olga's House of Pain as they are uncomfortable in the extreme and the armrests were threadbare. The sound proofing is nonexistent. Not only did we get to watch and listen to our movie but...
This is a dirty, old theater with employees who make it obvious they don't like their job. I don't care if there is movie I have been waiting to see for weeks; if it opens at this theater, I will wait for it to go to DVD.