Movie Theaters, Fort WorthMarch 3, 2016 – 08:20 pm

Movie Theaters, Fort Worth

6600 NW Loop 820 Fort Worth, TX, 76135 Movieline: 817-289-2677 Verify Your Ticket Purchase Purchasing tickets online guarantees you a seat, however, it does not guarantee that all seats will be together. Seating is on a first-come first-serve basis. We suggest showing up 30 minutes or more in advance for popular movies. Map Pricing: $5.00 before 6 pm and children/seniors/students at all times; $7.00 adults after 6pm; $2.50 upcharge for all 3D films…

Grand Strand movie theaterFebruary 17, 2016 – 07:39 pm

Grand Strand movie theater

Richard Paradise strolled through the new lobby of the Strand Theatre in Oak Bluffs Friday night as the doors opened for the first time since 2011. Dynamic blues duo Dwight and Nicole were onstage for grand reopening Friday. — Mark Lovewell “Isn’t this nice?” beamed the director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society. “New floors and all this open space. You don’t have a lobby like this at the Capawock!” Saturday night marks the official public opening…

Movie Theaters in Towson, MDDecember 28, 2015 – 05:33 pm

Movie Theaters in Towson, MD

County Executive Kevin Kamenetz ‘Dinner and a movie’ will soon have a whole new meaning in downtown Towson. I was excited to announce that three restaurants – all new to Baltimore County – are the first of eight best-in-class restaurants joining Cinemark Theatres in the new Towson Square entertainment center coming to downtown Towson. Towson Square is an expansion of the successful Towson Circle development which features Barnes & Noble, Trader…

Movie Theaters NoblesvilleDecember 30, 2014 – 02:54 pm

Movie Theaters Noblesville

“Field of Dreams” taught us, “If you build it they will come.” Noblesville businessman Jim Wafford has built a 30 seat intimate theater in a vacant building that connects to his other businesses, Logan Street Signs & Banners and Noblesville Trophies, at 1744 S. 10th St.“I always had a dream to have a little theater where people can come and enjoy themselves, ” Wafford said. “At the park, people would tell me they wish there was a place they…

Movie theater Las CrucesAugust 11, 2014 – 11:19 am

Movie theater Las Cruces

700 S. Telshor Las Cruces NM 88011 (575) 521-9360 (map) Features Advance ticket purchase available All Theatres Digital Projection ATM available Stadium seating available Prices Adult (after 6:00 pm): $9.00 Child: $7.00 Senior: $7.00 Matinee (before 6:00 pm): $7.00 3D Movie Surcharge: $2.00 You must be 17 to purchase a rated R ticket. If you are under 17, you must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian 21 years of age or older, for the duration…

Nas Lemoore movie theaterJune 7, 2015 – 07:08 am

Nas Lemoore movie theater

Communities surrounding NAS Lemoore reflect the many contrasts of California living. County fairs, Independence Day parades, concerts in the park, Christmas tree lighting ceremonies — all reflect a small-hometown atmosphere of rural America. Yet, within a two- to four-hour drive are some of the nation’s largest cities and major tourist attractions, which draw millions of visitors each year. To the north lies San Francisco, an international tourist…

Chestnut Hill movie theaterAugust 9, 2015 – 11:55 am

Chestnut Hill movie theater

The Showcase Cinemas SuperLux in Chestnut Hill is not your typical movie-going experience. An employee in a crisp, all-black uniform greets patrons at the door, ushering them into a lobby that looks more like an upscale hotel than a movie theater. There, a circular concierge desk sits under a large faux chandelier. A sleek bar and lounge area fills the space where lines for soda and candy usually stretch. Large touch screens stand to the side. And…

Movie theater Fresno CAJune 24, 2014 – 01:37 pm

Movie theater Fresno CA

The Liberty Theatre is the oldest theatre in Fresno, and was built in 1917, opening on on November 27, 1917 with “When a Man Sees Red”. Designed in Second Empire Revival style by local architects W.D. Coates and H.B. Traver, responsible for Fresno and other California landmarks. It was renamed Hardy’s Theatre from June 24, 1931. The 1950’s marquee of the theatre, whose exterior is remarkably well preserved, shows a later name, Hardy’s Theatre, while…

Movie Theaters in Liberal, KSMarch 17, 2014 – 02:11 pm

Movie Theaters in Liberal, KS

Viewing: | Designed by the Boller Brothers of Kansas City, this modern show house was created for $60, and opened on September 28th, 1921. The beautiful brick structure was thoroughly modern and up-to-date in every respect. The theater had a large foyer and lobby, modern dressing rooms, ample balcony, and a stage large enough to accommodate any show from one of the big circuits. Also included were two Powers projectors and a ventilating and heating…

Movie Theaters Melbourne FLJuly 16, 2015 – 10:59 am

Movie Theaters Melbourne FL

It’s rather safe to assume such getup would stir suspicions. After James Holmes, sporting orange-dyed hair and calling himself “The Joker, ” opened fire on a packed house during a screening of the new Batman film on July 20, killing 12 and injuring 58, tensions have understandably been running high at movie theaters. One Florida man, who claimed he hadn’t heard about the Colorado shooting, was taken into police custody Wednesday after moviegoers were…