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Tired cinema and I hated the queue for pop corn etc. One person serving and you wait like an idiot while the a list customers jump queue!!! I can't get to be an a lister as I am from UK so made me feel devalued...More
It feels like a theater that hasn't been updated since the 90's. I had a free night on my recent conference in the hotel next door, so I decided to catch a movie. I reserved a seat online and expecting a nice big leather recliner...More
This is about the dirtiest theater I have ever been in. I wish I had had my camera to take a shot of the bathrooms. Every stall, except for 2 had broken signs, tape, cones on them. Of the 2 that were open, only one...More
My son and I went to see the new movie 'Game Night'. When we entered the theater you could barely enter because there were so many people in the lobby. It was impossible to tell where the lines ended to buy tickets from the machines...More
I went to see "Disaster Artist" recently. My Boyfriend lost his phone in the bathroom. We didn't realize until after we played in the little (tiny) arcade there for about 30 minutes. We paid the concierge a visit and someone had thankfully dropped the phone...More
This theater is so convenient to meet up with friends because its so close to Penn. There are a ton of theaters and they are all big. They have reserved seating online so it's easy to buy tickets in advance and not worry about losing...More
I visited on a Tuesday morning. There were few people at the theatre, but the staff was friendly. Restrooms were clean, and the chairs in the movie were comfortable. Great surround sound for the flick.
When you walk in, the ticket counter is on the ground level, then you take the escalator or very slow elevator up the multi levels of this movie theater, concession stands are on various levels as well. So if you come, just be prepared for...More
Home to hundreds of art galleries, beautiful brownstones, and one of New York’s newest and most popular attractions, Chelsea is one of the city’s jewels when it comes to neighbourhood life. The contemporary art scene is an integral part of the neighbourhood’s identity, with gallery openings almost every night of the week and countless exhibits to explore. As a longtime hub of gay culture in New York
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