Multiplex and megaplex theater chain shows mainstream movies in a plush setting..
In 1920, Edward Durwood opened a single-screen picture house in Kansas City, Mo. Over the next 40 years, his company went on to pioneer the use of four- and six-screen theaters. In 1969, the company incorporated as American Multi-Cinema Inc. in honor of its signature multiplexes. Now, the company is known for theaters with 14 or more screens, as well as innovations such as armrests with built-in cup holders, stadium seating with LoveSeats, ATM-style ticketing and online ticket purchasing.
This theater is OK if you have no other options.. There are a lot of loud teenagers here, which is obviously avoidable if you see more adult-friendly movies. I do not recommend going here to see a movie that you expect a lot of teenagers to see, especially after 8:00. I have been to these movies on several occasions and have had kids talking loudly behind me and goofing around with their friends. They're not just loud--they're sometimes, but not often, bold and rude. Careful.
Too many commercials. This is a decent mall theater, but they show way too many commercials before each show. I don't mind movie previews, or even movie-related commercials (like for fandango or blockbuster), but I can't stand completely non-related commercials. I had to watch about 10 of them before even getting to the trailers here.
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