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Jul 6, 2018
Love the atmosphere in this place. Very adult only and by that I mean not a huge crowd or overwhelming noise of arcades games like most theatres or kids running wild. The atmosphere feels like you have your own private viewing movie theatre. Friendly staff that seem to all really like each other and feed of each other in terms of team work and presence. In particular one employee I think his name was Gustavo who took the time to review with me the benefits of a scene card, incredibly social kid who engaged with my date and I and recommended food and best seats for our movie. Perfect for a first date as the atmosphere is quiet and small. Next time I’m there I’ll look for this Gustavo employee who had so many movie recommendations.

Jun 23, 2018
Awesome location. Great service. I like menu at the lounge. And if you are rushed - ask for food to go. They will put your dinner in the tray and you can enjoy it at general admission. Wine service cart at the door. Short on time? Dinner and movie under one roof. I give a 5 star all the way.

Jul 11, 2018
I have watched numerous movies here. Some of the theater room is great, but some of them (i think theater 8 and 9?) is really big and very low slope that if someone sits in front of you, it will block the screen. I think they have those plastic seats because of this but I found it sticky and dirty. I have tried watching VIP here and the screen is extremely small. So don't watch VIP here. Also, the food and the popcorn taste noticeably worse than the other cineplex theaters. Would recommend if you intend on not eating anything from here and watching in non-VIP theater. Also there's not that many people who go to this theater, so it will be quiet.

Aug 15, 2018
Best theater in the city. It's not overcrowded with little kids running around and screaming. And their VIP section is even better. Alcohol and adults only.

Aug 6, 2018
Honestly this is the worst VIP theatre ever. Litterally all the chairs were squeeky, the food was served on paper plates, the screen and room were both incredibly small. I mean really small the screen was less then half the size of a normal theatre screen. The staff stood in the back and we had to wave them over for almost two minutes before they finally came and took our order. The whole experience was lacking and it definitely was not worth the money at all. It was a huge disappointment. It would have been so much better to go to a normal theatre and then just hit a bar after. I love VIP theaters but will absolutely never go back to this one.

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