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Imagine Cinemas Market Square

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Jarvis St, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1T4, Canada
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Jun 30, 2018
Cozy and cheap place to watch a movie. Snack prices are way cheaper than the normal cinema. Would recommended to get tickets online as they do tend to sell out quickly. Tuesdays are great since tickets are only $5 and they have snack deals available as well

Jul 20, 2018
As always, great staff who are always helpful. No fills and cozy theatre with low ticket prices. Always be early for shows as the theater is small and you might end up sitting right in front. They have $5 movies on Tuesday...how cool is that?

Aug 12, 2018
Been going here for years. Has the same movies as other Ciniplex. Really cheap tickets. And even cheaper on Tuesdays. Snacks are at reasonable price too. You only need $20 if you want to go by yourself. Plus the staff are amazing. Personally, I haven't gone to a Ciniplex in a couple of years.

Jul 11, 2018
I love this movie theater! The five dollar movies every Tuesday always compel me to see multiple movies in a single night (Movies are also just $7 throughout the summer now). I also love that you get free popcorn refills when you get a large popcorn. The only downsides are that the theaters are often packed on a Tuesday (which has been true for every movie I've seen on a Tuesday) and there's no wifi or reception in the theater for when you arrive early before the movie starts.

Jul 31, 2018
The layout of this place is not ideal. There is only one kiosk for self service. The theatre room was warm and the rows were extremely close together...virtually no leg room and I am only 5'5 so that says alot. The strangest thing about this place is that they actually have a security guard that searches your bag to ensure that you have not brought in any outside food or drinks. My friend's gym bag was searched yet I saw numerous people with backpacks gain entrance without their bags being inspected. I thought that this was suspicious as my friend is a black male. I would like to confirm what is in fact the company's policy on this, in an effort to understand why my friend's bag was searched and not those of the other people. This at the very least was unfair and left me with a negative perception of the theatre.

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