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Aug 20, 2018
Such an awesome experience. Everyone here are smiling and having a great time. They're helping you happily and energetically. The crew are amazing, the place is stunning and everything is organized, clean and comfortable. Would you need anything else from it? Oh yes, absolutely recommend you to check this place as soon as possible.

Jul 18, 2018
Hope you like stairs! A lot! I’ve been here a half-baker’s dozen times and never have I seen both escalators working. It either up or down, never both. Usually, I love stairs. Hope to own a flight or two one day. But this place has too many stairs. It’s inconveniently located on top of the worlds tallest craft store. Are there that many people that do craft’s downtown? Has Martha Stewart won? Otherwise, it’s a pretty standard movie cinema. The only thing of note, is the dope Klingon Bird-O-Prey hanging above the stairs. That earned the theatre a whole extra star

Jul 1, 2018
Liked it. One thing i will suggest to provide escalators during coming down. Because the stairs are really steep and any one can tumble if they loose balance. But viewing experience is great along with the foods. Recommended.

Jul 31, 2018
The best movie theatre in Toronto for Blockbuster big budget action flicks. Great junk food options and hard liquor is served here too! In the heart of Downtown, after a movie there's a ton of dining and entertainment options. Underground parking is very affordable, and transit is just a 2 minute walk away.

Jun 25, 2018
Rather scary climb/ride up to the theatre level. Noisy, flashy, disorienting lobby. Tiny, crowded ticket area with several ticket machines but only one live staff person. Small washrooms. Narrow seats with little leg room. Watch your knees and practice anger management when the person in front of you suddenly tilts their seat back. Last time I went neither the down escalator nor the elevator were working - so much for disability access. Seems like management really doesn't care. Theatre designed to get people in and out as quickly as possible. Dismal.

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