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Just went tonight. Great screens but parking is a pain! I would consider carpooling with friends or having dinner there

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★★★★☆

Just went tonight. Great screens but parking is a pain! I would consider carpooling with friends or having dinner there

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At first I was a little skeptic of paying higher prices for assigned seating...but I most admit it's never been a problem getting into the movie that I want! It's definitely a movie to take a "first" date...

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★★★★☆

At first I was a little skeptic of paying higher prices for assigned seating...but I most admit it's never been a problem getting into the movie that I want! It's definitely a movie to take a "first" date...

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Where else can you ensure that you have the best seats before the show even starts! I love this place and every other theater pales in comparison!

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★★★★★

Where else can you ensure that you have the best seats before the show even starts! I love this place and every other theater pales in comparison!

Pros: Online seat selection, comfortable seats, great staff

Cons: always, always busy!

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I love coming here, first of all, you can buy your seats in advance and choose where you want to sit, which means never standing in line!! Second, they don't have any commercials, just previews, so you're not seating in the theater for over 20 minutes. They have really good snacks and food. The only reason I can't give them a five star is because they're so freaking expensive!!

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★★★★☆

I love coming here, first of all, you can buy your seats in advance and choose where you want to sit, which means never standing in line!! Second, they don't have any commercials, just previews, so you're not seating in the theater for over 20 minutes. They have really good snacks and food. The only reason I can't give them a five star is because they're so freaking expensive!!

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From first visit, you will fall in love with the Arclight Cinemas. You park close to the theaters in the well lit, comfortable garage. Quick elevator ride to the lobby level and you are on your way to the theaters. You could already have your "RESERVED" seats tickets purchased online. You can use one of the many kiosks outside on the wall or you can walk in and buy your tickets from a real person not hidden behind 7 inches of glass. But, wait. Once you walk into the lobby - do you want a drink or dinner? That is off to the right at their full bar and restaurant. Or, do you have time to wander through the very entertaining and well stocked gift shop/bookstore. Okay. You finally got your tickets now you have a few moments to wander around. Take a look at the latest art exhibit along the walls. Time for the movie? Pick up popcorn with real butter. A Smoked Apple Chicken Sausage instead of a boring hot dog and you are all set. No irritating commercials. Perfect sound. Perfect picture. A true winner!

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★★★★★

From first visit, you will fall in love with the Arclight Cinemas. You park close to the theaters in the well lit, comfortable garage. Quick elevator ride to the lobby level and you are on your way to the theaters. You could already have your "RESERVED" seats tickets purchased online. You can use one of the many kiosks outside on the wall or you can walk in and buy your tickets from a real person not hidden behind 7 inches of glass. But, wait. Once you walk into the lobby - do you want a drink or dinner? That is off to the right at their full bar and restaurant. Or, do you have time to wander through the very entertaining and well stocked gift shop/bookstore. Okay. You finally got your tickets now you have a few moments to wander around. Take a look at the latest art exhibit along the walls. Time for the movie? Pick up popcorn with real butter. A Smoked Apple Chicken Sausage instead of a boring hot dog and you are all set. No irritating commercials. Perfect sound. Perfect picture. A true winner!

Pros: The whole experience. Love the place.

Cons: Would love to see the rest of the storefronts full of things to see and do nearby.

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I don't go here on a regular basis because of how expensive tickets are, but this is the place to go if you want your movie outing to be more special than usual. Beautiful decor, cool displays once in a while (e.g. actual costumes from movies), interesting photographs adorning the walls, and fantastic gourmet popcorn. They have a great selection of movies but plan ahead - there's a limited amount of showings and the times are pretty spread out. I like having our seats picked out beforehand so there's no hassle of finding seats once we get there, but we're always careful to get there early since there are no previews and they don't let people in after the movie starts.

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★★★★☆

I don't go here on a regular basis because of how expensive tickets are, but this is the place to go if you want your movie outing to be more special than usual. Beautiful decor, cool displays once in a while (e.g. actual costumes from movies), interesting photographs adorning the walls, and fantastic gourmet popcorn. They have a great selection of movies but plan ahead - there's a limited amount of showings and the times are pretty spread out. I like having our seats picked out beforehand so there's no hassle of finding seats once we get there, but we're always careful to get there early since there are no previews and they don't let people in after the movie starts.

Pros: Ambience; service (all the employees are ridiculously nice)

Cons: Can't be late

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Plan ahead when you want to see a film at the Arc light! This theater is only 4 miles from my home, but if I don't know by 5 pm which movie I want to see I don't even bother. Tickets for many mid evening shows are often sold out (or you are sitting directly in front of the screen) hours before the show time. If you do get a ticket, good luck parking. STESSFUL!!! As mentioned in other reviews, they will not seat you past a certain time. It can take up to 20 minutes to get into the parking structure and find a spot! No kidding! Leaving the structure can take time too.
That said, all of the positive reviews about the theater itself are ABSOLUTELY TRUE! The employees here are the best! I don't know how they find so many cool, friendly, even funny people to work at a movie theater. The screens and audio set up are the best. I saw Sweeny Todd there and am convinced that the theater made the movie even better. So, go to the Arc light, but plan ahead a bit, or see an early movie.

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★★★☆☆

Plan ahead when you want to see a film at the Arc light! This theater is only 4 miles from my home, but if I don't know by 5 pm which movie I want to see I don't even bother. Tickets for many mid evening shows are often sold out (or you are sitting directly in front of the screen) hours before the show time. If you do get a ticket, good luck parking. STESSFUL!!! As mentioned in other reviews, they will not seat you past a certain time. It can take up to 20 minutes to get into the parking structure and find a spot! No kidding! Leaving the structure can take time too.
That said, all of the positive reviews about the theater itself are ABSOLUTELY TRUE! The employees here are the best! I don't know how they find so many cool, friendly, even funny people to work at a movie theater. The screens and audio set up are the best. I saw Sweeny Todd there and am convinced that the theater made the movie even better. So, go to the Arc light, but plan ahead a bit, or see an early movie.

Pros: Audio Visual is great...service great

Cons: Parking situation is a nightmare

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went on a date there. very little kids presence. staff was nice. really clean and cool look to it. loved it. prices a little high but i wasn't paying so that was cool.

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★★★★★

went on a date there. very little kids presence. staff was nice. really clean and cool look to it. loved it. prices a little high but i wasn't paying so that was cool.

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It is official. I can't see a movie anywhere else now. Nowhere in the city can you get a "civilized "movie-going experience like you can at Arclight Hollywood. I went to the Grove and Chinese 6 recently to see films that weren't screening at Arclight and the experience there was horrid -- patrons either wouldn't stop talking, they'd keep getting up and down during the "slow parts" of the film and at the Chinese 6 there was almost an altercation because one patron told another to "shhhh" and the offender shouted back "no body tells me what to do" until security finally came in to remove the offender. The Grove bathrooms, while nice are one big P*ss Fest during weekends -- it is just gross in there -- the staff can't mop and wipe fast enough.

99.99% of the time my experience at Arclight is great --- the patrons are more respectful of each other, there are NO frigggin commercials(and no lame Coke Film Quizzes), the seats are comfy -- reserved seats are the best thing ever, the sound and picture top notch. Even my favorite old school neighborhood theatre, the Vista -- which I love -- can't compete -- the Arclight Hollywood brings out a more "educated" crowd (in general, not always) than most places and I think with that comes a bit more respect for your fellow movie-goers that I'm finding doesn't happen at other theatres. It is more akin to going to a play in some respects. I ran into parking issues during the AFI Fest - the garage was full much earlier than normal-- I just circled around and parked at the shopping center across the street (Borders). As for other negative comments regarding parking -- hey that's life in LA -- you got a show to go to leave early to get parking, you come late, don't be surprized there's no room. Also -- the garage is run by the city of LA, not Arclight (Pacific Theatres).

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★★★★★

It is official. I can't see a movie anywhere else now. Nowhere in the city can you get a "civilized "movie-going experience like you can at Arclight Hollywood. I went to the Grove and Chinese 6 recently to see films that weren't screening at Arclight and the experience there was horrid -- patrons either wouldn't stop talking, they'd keep getting up and down during the "slow parts" of the film and at the Chinese 6 there was almost an altercation because one patron told another to "shhhh" and the offender shouted back "no body tells me what to do" until security finally came in to remove the offender. The Grove bathrooms, while nice are one big P*ss Fest during weekends -- it is just gross in there -- the staff can't mop and wipe fast enough.

99.99% of the time my experience at Arclight is great --- the patrons are more respectful of each other, there are NO frigggin commercials(and no lame Coke Film Quizzes), the seats are comfy -- reserved seats are the best thing ever, the sound and picture top notch. Even my favorite old school neighborhood theatre, the Vista -- which I love -- can't compete -- the Arclight Hollywood brings out a more "educated" crowd (in general, not always) than most places and I think with that comes a bit more respect for your fellow movie-goers that I'm finding doesn't happen at other theatres. It is more akin to going to a play in some respects. I ran into parking issues during the AFI Fest - the garage was full much earlier than normal-- I just circled around and parked at the shopping center across the street (Borders). As for other negative comments regarding parking -- hey that's life in LA -- you got a show to go to leave early to get parking, you come late, don't be surprized there's no room. Also -- the garage is run by the city of LA, not Arclight (Pacific Theatres).

Pros: Reserved Seating, Best Sound and Picture, Civilized Patrons

Cons: Garage can get full on weekends -- just come early!

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REASON 1:

I spent 1 hour driving to Arclight from the West Side, only to be greeted by ?LOT FULL? sign.

REASON 2:

As a result of not being able to park in the theater lot, I had to drive 2 blocks away in Friday traffic to park in an expensive valet lot.

REASON 3:

The 2-block drive in Friday traffic, and the walk (run) back to the theater, added 10+ minutes to my travel. And though I bought my tickets in advance to ensure I?d have a seat, I was refused entry because I got to there after the previews started ? due to the fact that Pacific's lot can?t accommodate all of its customers and I had to park 2 blks away.

Though Pacific claims to care about its ?customer experience?, which its staff repeatedly uttered like automatons in attempting to explain why I (and the other frustrated guests at my side) weren?t going to be let into the movie, it?s clear that Pacific actually only cares about the experience of a portion of their customers ? namely, those lucky enough to park in its structure and get to their seats before the cut off.

Ironically, while I was arguing with the usher abt the rationale of the hair-brained policy of selling reserved seats at a premium, but putting roadblocks up to actually sitting in them, there were DOZENS of customers on the other side of the rope, standing in the concession line, all of whom were able to go back into the same theater to which I was refused entry ? and long after I would?ve been in my seat had I been permitted to pass the rope.

Besides these folks, need I even raise the issue of the fact that ANY customer can get up and back to their seats during the show as often as they want and without any restriction?

This policy gives me ? and the DOZENS of others who were in line behind me seeking refunds for the same reason -- another reason to stay at home, where I can have movies delivered to my door and where I can watch them from my oversized couch and on my oversized tv.

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★☆☆☆☆

REASON 1:

I spent 1 hour driving to Arclight from the West Side, only to be greeted by ?LOT FULL? sign.

REASON 2:

As a result of not being able to park in the theater lot, I had to drive 2 blocks away in Friday traffic to park in an expensive valet lot.

REASON 3:

The 2-block drive in Friday traffic, and the walk (run) back to the theater, added 10+ minutes to my travel. And though I bought my tickets in advance to ensure I?d have a seat, I was refused entry because I got to there after the previews started ? due to the fact that Pacific's lot can?t accommodate all of its customers and I had to park 2 blks away.

Though Pacific claims to care about its ?customer experience?, which its staff repeatedly uttered like automatons in attempting to explain why I (and the other frustrated guests at my side) weren?t going to be let into the movie, it?s clear that Pacific actually only cares about the experience of a portion of their customers ? namely, those lucky enough to park in its structure and get to their seats before the cut off.

Ironically, while I was arguing with the usher abt the rationale of the hair-brained policy of selling reserved seats at a premium, but putting roadblocks up to actually sitting in them, there were DOZENS of customers on the other side of the rope, standing in the concession line, all of whom were able to go back into the same theater to which I was refused entry ? and long after I would?ve been in my seat had I been permitted to pass the rope.

Besides these folks, need I even raise the issue of the fact that ANY customer can get up and back to their seats during the show as often as they want and without any restriction?

This policy gives me ? and the DOZENS of others who were in line behind me seeking refunds for the same reason -- another reason to stay at home, where I can have movies delivered to my door and where I can watch them from my oversized couch and on my oversized tv.

Pros: great seats -- if you're allowed to sit in them

Cons: you can't get to your reserved seat if you get to the theater late -- even if it's the theater's fault b/c you had to park far away due to its lot being full

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Movie theatres in Hollywood have gotten pretty good recently and the Arclight is one of the best. It doesn't have the greatest decor nor does it have the fastest service (check out my other reviews for recommendations there) but it is special because of the fact that it has reserved seating via online reservations. The rewards program is pretty good too for frequent moviegoers. The parking deck lines up on the way out at the pay booths, but parking is a generic problem one way or another with all the Hollywood theatres. The Arclight Dome is a must choice if you're only going to go once, tourist-like. All the seats are good, even the front row, which sits back quite a ways from the screen. Plan on lines at the concession stand though, so give yourself time, even if you're just going to any of the basic theatres, not just the Dome. They often have movie set/costume pieces for big blockbuster showings, so that's interesting. Overall, I like this place and make it a regular destination when I choose to go to movies.

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★★★★★

Movie theatres in Hollywood have gotten pretty good recently and the Arclight is one of the best. It doesn't have the greatest decor nor does it have the fastest service (check out my other reviews for recommendations there) but it is special because of the fact that it has reserved seating via online reservations. The rewards program is pretty good too for frequent moviegoers. The parking deck lines up on the way out at the pay booths, but parking is a generic problem one way or another with all the Hollywood theatres. The Arclight Dome is a must choice if you're only going to go once, tourist-like. All the seats are good, even the front row, which sits back quite a ways from the screen. Plan on lines at the concession stand though, so give yourself time, even if you're just going to any of the basic theatres, not just the Dome. They often have movie set/costume pieces for big blockbuster showings, so that's interesting. Overall, I like this place and make it a regular destination when I choose to go to movies.

Pros: No annoying commercials before the movie.

Cons: Long concession lines.

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For as much as I pay to see a film at Arclight ($14 on Fridays) I expect to watch my film in a pristine setting. I pay this much because I am serious about the film I am about to watch. Unfortunately, Arclight staff are either unwilling or unable to provide me with the "luxury experience" they promise. I went to a showing of BU G last Friday night where phones were ringing, people were talking at full volume, and babies were crying ( why are infants even allowed in an 11 PM screening of a horror film on a Friday night????). I even went so far as to miss a large section of the film while I tracked down several ushers and then BEGGED them to come in and shush some of the talkers. That helped for exactly five minutes before the people went right back to their loud conversations. The ushers never bothered to check in again.
This was only one of many bad experiences I have had at Arclight. If I want to be around rude people, I'll visit my local AMC. But when I visit the most high tech, luxury theater in Los Angeles (possibly in the country) I expect to be able to enjoy my film in a suitable environment.
Arclight needs to find a way to deal with these problems. A simple request for quiet at the beginning of the movie is not enough. Ushers need to be in the theaters, handling the talkers IMMEDIATLY. And unless it's a kiddie film, they need to follow the example of most other high priced theaters in the country, and ban infants.

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★★★☆☆

For as much as I pay to see a film at Arclight ($14 on Fridays) I expect to watch my film in a pristine setting. I pay this much because I am serious about the film I am about to watch. Unfortunately, Arclight staff are either unwilling or unable to provide me with the "luxury experience" they promise. I went to a showing of BU G last Friday night where phones were ringing, people were talking at full volume, and babies were crying ( why are infants even allowed in an 11 PM screening of a horror film on a Friday night????). I even went so far as to miss a large section of the film while I tracked down several ushers and then BEGGED them to come in and shush some of the talkers. That helped for exactly five minutes before the people went right back to their loud conversations. The ushers never bothered to check in again.
This was only one of many bad experiences I have had at Arclight. If I want to be around rude people, I'll visit my local AMC. But when I visit the most high tech, luxury theater in Los Angeles (possibly in the country) I expect to be able to enjoy my film in a suitable environment.
Arclight needs to find a way to deal with these problems. A simple request for quiet at the beginning of the movie is not enough. Ushers need to be in the theaters, handling the talkers IMMEDIATLY. And unless it's a kiddie film, they need to follow the example of most other high priced theaters in the country, and ban infants.

Pros: Reserved Seating, Pristine Prints, Great Sound

Cons: For this price, it should be SILENT in there. Or at least quiet.

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Arclight is probably one of best movie theaters in LA.
The movie sound quality was crisp clear and no bumps on the screen...
(God, I hate those bumps on the movie screen!
They look like gigantic pimples and can totally ruin the movie experiences)

The staffs were polite and helpful.
The Cafe serves good food. (Bf and I had 2 main dishes and one appetizer costed about $36)
Lobby has a nice design. Restroom is clean and has cool faucets...

anyway, It's a pleasant place to be at Wednesday night...
The ticket was $11 per person so it's not bad at all.

I was very happy with my bf who took me there...

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★★★★★


Arclight is probably one of best movie theaters in LA.
The movie sound quality was crisp clear and no bumps on the screen...
(God, I hate those bumps on the movie screen!
They look like gigantic pimples and can totally ruin the movie experiences)

The staffs were polite and helpful.
The Cafe serves good food. (Bf and I had 2 main dishes and one appetizer costed about $36)
Lobby has a nice design. Restroom is clean and has cool faucets...

anyway, It's a pleasant place to be at Wednesday night...
The ticket was $11 per person so it's not bad at all.

I was very happy with my bf who took me there...

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Three things really distinguish this place -- no commercials in front of your movie, assigned seating, good projection and sound quality. There is also a high staff to customer ratio.

The cons are if you want to just walk up, you often don't seat where you want to. The best way to enjoy this place is to buy your seat on line in advance, so you can select your own seat.

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★★★★☆

Three things really distinguish this place -- no commercials in front of your movie, assigned seating, good projection and sound quality. There is also a high staff to customer ratio.

The cons are if you want to just walk up, you often don't seat where you want to. The best way to enjoy this place is to buy your seat on line in advance, so you can select your own seat.

Pros: Great movies, good sound, assigned seats

Cons: doesn't lend itself to a spontaneous evening

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I initially thought the reserved seating ticketing was kind of pointless, but I guess it makes the whole movie-going experience a bit more formal. Also, it's nice to know that you don't have to show up at the theater extra early to find good seats or even to get tickets for that matter. The area around the theater also has some good restaurants and Amoeba music store so you have something to do either before/after movie-viewing. Though the tickets are a bit pricey, Arclight offers a unique experience for the average movie-goer.

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★★★☆☆

I initially thought the reserved seating ticketing was kind of pointless, but I guess it makes the whole movie-going experience a bit more formal. Also, it's nice to know that you don't have to show up at the theater extra early to find good seats or even to get tickets for that matter. The area around the theater also has some good restaurants and Amoeba music store so you have something to do either before/after movie-viewing. Though the tickets are a bit pricey, Arclight offers a unique experience for the average movie-goer.

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I love this theatre... like the reviewers say, for a couple extra dollars you have your seat guaranteed. The restaurant on the premises serves good food (try the burgers) and decently priced wine. Let the servers know what time your movie starts, and they'll make sure you're in on time.
BUT, make sure you get to the theatre on time. Tickets ARE NOT SOLD after 5 minutes, as I learned last time I was there. They really won't let you in, even if they have tickets.

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★★★★★

I love this theatre... like the reviewers say, for a couple extra dollars you have your seat guaranteed. The restaurant on the premises serves good food (try the burgers) and decently priced wine. Let the servers know what time your movie starts, and they'll make sure you're in on time.
BUT, make sure you get to the theatre on time. Tickets ARE NOT SOLD after 5 minutes, as I learned last time I was there. They really won't let you in, even if they have tickets.

Pros: Theatre size, sound, seating

Cons: Price, timing, location

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The theater experience is the best in LA. At first I hated to have to reserve seating - it not only grew on me but I love it!!!

I was beaing cheap at first and said it was to expensive, but for only a couple of dollars more than the average theater you get big, clean theaters with great screen view, no sound bleeding, very clean bathrooms. Very rarely any screaming kids - thanks to the pricing policy. Adults going to the theater and having a great time. Top notch movie expereince every time (except when they run out of my caramel corn).

Did I mention: I love the caramel corn made fresh there - sometimes it is warm! I know about 10 people working there, they are nice guys. But some of the people who work there need some customer service training. I found the management to be almost robotic in responding to a customer service complaint I had with one oif their ticket agents.

The theater outweighs the iffy customer service. It is my personal nieghborhood theater. Oh yeah, they have the best member points program. Easy to accumlate points on purchases throughout the complex, including the gift shop and snack bar. Free tickets and free snackbar goodies!!!

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★★★★★

The theater experience is the best in LA. At first I hated to have to reserve seating - it not only grew on me but I love it!!!

I was beaing cheap at first and said it was to expensive, but for only a couple of dollars more than the average theater you get big, clean theaters with great screen view, no sound bleeding, very clean bathrooms. Very rarely any screaming kids - thanks to the pricing policy. Adults going to the theater and having a great time. Top notch movie expereince every time (except when they run out of my caramel corn).

Did I mention: I love the caramel corn made fresh there - sometimes it is warm! I know about 10 people working there, they are nice guys. But some of the people who work there need some customer service training. I found the management to be almost robotic in responding to a customer service complaint I had with one oif their ticket agents.

The theater outweighs the iffy customer service. It is my personal nieghborhood theater. Oh yeah, they have the best member points program. Easy to accumlate points on purchases throughout the complex, including the gift shop and snack bar. Free tickets and free snackbar goodies!!!

Pros: The best theater in LA !!!

Cons: Service is iffy...

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Way better than The Grove. Audiences behave like grown ups. There is also an AMAZING vintage furnature store, THE JUNK MARKET, a block North (walking distace) on Selma. Hollywood is finally a place you can walk. I recommend, buying your tickets early and stopping by The Junk Market. Youll feel like you are in New York!

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★★★★★

Way better than The Grove. Audiences behave like grown ups. There is also an AMAZING vintage furnature store, THE JUNK MARKET, a block North (walking distace) on Selma. Hollywood is finally a place you can walk. I recommend, buying your tickets early and stopping by The Junk Market. Youll feel like you are in New York!

Pros: It is ALL good

Cons: none

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This is definitely my theater of choice. Whenever I am aaked by a date where I want to go to see a movie, I ALWAYS pick this place. The seating is awesome. Always clean, staff is great, and the cafe is a great spot to catch a bit to eat. Plus, it's within walking distance of my favorite restaurant, Magnolia, and my favorite club, Boulevard3. So, I can leave the car here after the movie and catch a bite to eat or go crazy dancing. It's perfect!

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★★★★★

This is definitely my theater of choice. Whenever I am aaked by a date where I want to go to see a movie, I ALWAYS pick this place. The seating is awesome. Always clean, staff is great, and the cafe is a great spot to catch a bit to eat. Plus, it's within walking distance of my favorite restaurant, Magnolia, and my favorite club, Boulevard3. So, I can leave the car here after the movie and catch a bite to eat or go crazy dancing. It's perfect!

Pros: Sleek, clean, cool, cozy, upscale

Cons: ???

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Good luck getting in and out of the parking lot in a reasonable amount of time on a Saturday night. Still, Arclight is the best theater in town, with clean theaters, a bar upstairs, and a very decent restaurant on the first level. I have to make mention of the restaurant as it's something very special. When you first sit down, your waiter asks what time your film is. Since you have reserved seats, you can eat right up until a few minutes before your screening, and the food is very good! I love this place!

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★★★★★

Good luck getting in and out of the parking lot in a reasonable amount of time on a Saturday night. Still, Arclight is the best theater in town, with clean theaters, a bar upstairs, and a very decent restaurant on the first level. I have to make mention of the restaurant as it's something very special. When you first sit down, your waiter asks what time your film is. Since you have reserved seats, you can eat right up until a few minutes before your screening, and the food is very good! I love this place!

Pros: best theater in town

Cons: $14 tickets, parking lot is extremely crowded

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Really, it's the best place to see a movie in LA. The reserved seating makes the higher price worth it, the cafe is decent and usually you can get a seat even if it's a busy Friday, people that come here don't talk as much during the movie (although I've noticed more of this lately, it's not your living room, people!) and the caramel corn is truly divine. The only thing is somehow I always manage to pick the very slowest concessions line...

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★★★★★

Really, it's the best place to see a movie in LA. The reserved seating makes the higher price worth it, the cafe is decent and usually you can get a seat even if it's a busy Friday, people that come here don't talk as much during the movie (although I've noticed more of this lately, it's not your living room, people!) and the caramel corn is truly divine. The only thing is somehow I always manage to pick the very slowest concessions line...

Pros: Assigned seating, great location, ample parking, movie selection, membership benefits

Cons: Concession lines, more expensive (but worth it!)

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My favorite theater. It is expensive, but with your free membership you are constantly accruing points that result in free movie tickets or snacks. They have exclusive showings, offer movies where adults 21 and over can enjoy cocktails. You get to pick your seats, validated parking and great movie choices and times. Because they have a restaurant and bar you dont even mind waiting for the next movie time if you arrived too late. By far, the best theater and well worth the $11 ticket.

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★★★★★

My favorite theater. It is expensive, but with your free membership you are constantly accruing points that result in free movie tickets or snacks. They have exclusive showings, offer movies where adults 21 and over can enjoy cocktails. You get to pick your seats, validated parking and great movie choices and times. Because they have a restaurant and bar you dont even mind waiting for the next movie time if you arrived too late. By far, the best theater and well worth the $11 ticket.

Pros: You choose seats, free membership, exclusive viewings

Cons: pricey ticket but worth it.

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simply the best.
most comfortable, easiest, best atmosphere.
other theaters have different charm, but arclight is the best.

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★★★★★

simply the best.
most comfortable, easiest, best atmosphere.
other theaters have different charm, but arclight is the best.

Pros: accrue points, shop, eat drink

Cons: ??? can't think of any. it's in hollywood and I live downtown?

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The Archlight is a really great movie theater experience. For a couple of bucks more than a movie at a theater chain, you can experience the Arclight. There's a bar in the theater. There's the Cinerama dome. The theaters themselves are huge and modern and great. You get an assigned seat in a theater designed for comfort and maximum enjoyment. I probably wouldn't come her for just any movie, but for something special, it's worth every cent.

Convenient, safe parking is attached to the theater complex. With theater validation, you pay a paltry $2 for 4 hours. I've come here with co-workers several times over the past few years and haven't had a bad experience yet.

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★★★★★

The Archlight is a really great movie theater experience. For a couple of bucks more than a movie at a theater chain, you can experience the Arclight. There's a bar in the theater. There's the Cinerama dome. The theaters themselves are huge and modern and great. You get an assigned seat in a theater designed for comfort and maximum enjoyment. I probably wouldn't come her for just any movie, but for something special, it's worth every cent.

Convenient, safe parking is attached to the theater complex. With theater validation, you pay a paltry $2 for 4 hours. I've come here with co-workers several times over the past few years and haven't had a bad experience yet.

Pros: A fun overall experience

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i could go to the local AMC or Edwards, but all the high school kids get so roudy and rude. Here at the Arclight i'll pay an extra $4 per person for a much more quiet, curtious crowd.

The seats are not leather like The Bridge, but still comfortable. I never had a problem w/ screen or sound quality either.

Getting your parking ticket validated can be a battle. try to find other areas to have your ticket validated other than the front door, where it can take 5 minutes to validate.

You have amoeba records and the borders across the street (location, location, location).

So go here if you're willing to pay an extra $4 a head for the convenience and comfort. Other than that, i can live w/ AMC and Edwards.

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★★★★★

i could go to the local AMC or Edwards, but all the high school kids get so roudy and rude. Here at the Arclight i'll pay an extra $4 per person for a much more quiet, curtious crowd.

The seats are not leather like The Bridge, but still comfortable. I never had a problem w/ screen or sound quality either.

Getting your parking ticket validated can be a battle. try to find other areas to have your ticket validated other than the front door, where it can take 5 minutes to validate.

You have amoeba records and the borders across the street (location, location, location).

So go here if you're willing to pay an extra $4 a head for the convenience and comfort. Other than that, i can live w/ AMC and Edwards.

Pros: Assigned seating, location, seating/sound

Cons: parking validation

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There are few differences in the Archlight from any other stadium theatre. 1>ticket prices are MUCH higher. 2>parking is expensive and difficult. 3>they serve alcohol and patrons are intoxicated. 4> They force you to show your ticket a minimum of 4 times, twice after you already get in the theatre. Try it with an armload of refreshments! 5>reserved seating only allows for many many inconsiderate people to come in after the movie has started. 6>Whats with the stupid announcements made from the floor, that you CANNOT hear, of someone welcoming you to the theatre??? 7>you can go to any other stadium theatre and get matinee pricing as well as a better, less arrogant, atmosphere.

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★☆☆☆☆

There are few differences in the Archlight from any other stadium theatre. 1>ticket prices are MUCH higher. 2>parking is expensive and difficult. 3>they serve alcohol and patrons are intoxicated. 4> They force you to show your ticket a minimum of 4 times, twice after you already get in the theatre. Try it with an armload of refreshments! 5>reserved seating only allows for many many inconsiderate people to come in after the movie has started. 6>Whats with the stupid announcements made from the floor, that you CANNOT hear, of someone welcoming you to the theatre??? 7>you can go to any other stadium theatre and get matinee pricing as well as a better, less arrogant, atmosphere.

Pros: big screens

Cons: attitude, prices, difficult parking

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This place is run with arrogance and ignorance. A higher class of patrons, no way. Just the same annoying people paying more. I've had to leave early more often than not because someone was kicking the back of my seat, and the staff does not look out for this.

The "best popcorn in LA" was mostly broken pieces and unpopped kernels last time I was there. Carmelcorn? $3 for Cracker Jacks! Sausage Baguettes? A Hot Dog by any other name...

The pre-show announcements are either unnecessarily verbose, pathetic attempts to be funny, or just plain awkward.

The seats are feel like upholstered rocks, wider but not cushy.

Have you ever actually tried to get a live person on the phone there?

This is just a decent multiplex trying to be percieved as a premium experience, but they are not willing or capable enough to actually make it the best.

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★★★☆☆

This place is run with arrogance and ignorance. A higher class of patrons, no way. Just the same annoying people paying more. I've had to leave early more often than not because someone was kicking the back of my seat, and the staff does not look out for this.

The "best popcorn in LA" was mostly broken pieces and unpopped kernels last time I was there. Carmelcorn? $3 for Cracker Jacks! Sausage Baguettes? A Hot Dog by any other name...

The pre-show announcements are either unnecessarily verbose, pathetic attempts to be funny, or just plain awkward.

The seats are feel like upholstered rocks, wider but not cushy.

Have you ever actually tried to get a live person on the phone there?

This is just a decent multiplex trying to be percieved as a premium experience, but they are not willing or capable enough to actually make it the best.

Pros: No Commercials, Wider Seats, Big Screens

Cons: Ugly Slides, Hard Seats, Lackluster Atmosphere

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Amoeba Records across the street! This is a great way to spend a day/evening. Every November, AFI Fest takes over the Arclight, giving you a chance to catch some new releases (saw the 'Fog of War' and 'Man on the Train' there- we got response cards to fill out). The Dome is fine, but I admit I dig the black boxes AND the enforcement of the no-cell phone/no talking rule. When you pay that kind of money, you shouldn't have to put up with that crap, sez I.

It's also not far from the subway station at Hollywood/Vine.

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★★★★★

Amoeba Records across the street! This is a great way to spend a day/evening. Every November, AFI Fest takes over the Arclight, giving you a chance to catch some new releases (saw the 'Fog of War' and 'Man on the Train' there- we got response cards to fill out). The Dome is fine, but I admit I dig the black boxes AND the enforcement of the no-cell phone/no talking rule. When you pay that kind of money, you shouldn't have to put up with that crap, sez I.

It's also not far from the subway station at Hollywood/Vine.

Pros: sound, visual, 'membership', 3 hours free park

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Arclight is more than a theater, it is a shrine to humanity! The viewing experience in unrivaled (all theaters exceed THX sight and sound certification), the staff is friendly and helpfull, and they even have a restraunt/cafe/bar to catch a meal before your film. The reserved seating could be considered annoying at times, at least untill you stroll into a sold out 9:00 pm movie a few minutes before it starts and are kindly shown to your seats by a helpfull usher!

2
★★★★★

Arclight is more than a theater, it is a shrine to humanity! The viewing experience in unrivaled (all theaters exceed THX sight and sound certification), the staff is friendly and helpfull, and they even have a restraunt/cafe/bar to catch a meal before your film. The reserved seating could be considered annoying at times, at least untill you stroll into a sold out 9:00 pm movie a few minutes before it starts and are kindly shown to your seats by a helpfull usher!

Pros: Reserved Seating, BEST VIEWING, Helpfull Staff!

Cons: Great Concesions, CAFE AND BAR

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The Arclight is a great theater - big, comfortable seats, huge screens, good sound - everything you could ask for. It is a little of a hassle to get to since Hollywood traffic really sucks at night - but if you're in the area - it's worth a visit. The tickets are a little expensive.

2
★★★★★

The Arclight is a great theater - big, comfortable seats, huge screens, good sound - everything you could ask for. It is a little of a hassle to get to since Hollywood traffic really sucks at night - but if you're in the area - it's worth a visit. The tickets are a little expensive.

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The best theater in LA maybe USA....simply put....I love Arclight!!!

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★★★★★

The best theater in LA maybe USA....simply put....I love Arclight!!!

Pros: seating, ambience, parking

Cons: expensive

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Arclight is terrific. They charge a fair amount of bucks, but not THAT much more than regular movies on a Sat night, so if it is a perfect experience go for it. The dome is cool, but only for more expansive or action movies. Also the dome is too loud. I don't know if it was just the movie we saw (Hero) but it was so loud it hurt sometimes. I attribute this to the dome's acoustics. Gift shop, exhibits, staff are all great.

2
★★★★★

Arclight is terrific. They charge a fair amount of bucks, but not THAT much more than regular movies on a Sat night, so if it is a perfect experience go for it. The dome is cool, but only for more expansive or action movies. Also the dome is too loud. I don't know if it was just the movie we saw (Hero) but it was so loud it hurt sometimes. I attribute this to the dome's acoustics. Gift shop, exhibits, staff are all great.

Pros: seating, ambience, customer service

Cons: , dome has drawbacks

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Okay, the Arclight is flawless, but they know it, and they make you pay for it. Pricey, pricey, pricey.

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★★★★★

Okay, the Arclight is flawless, but they know it, and they make you pay for it. Pricey, pricey, pricey.

Pros: Sound, Picture, Selection

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If you love movies, and the typical movie-going crowds really annoy you with their late-coming, candy wrapper-rattling, talking back to the screen, cell phone-ringing behavior, then try the ArcLight. I will no longer go anywhere else in LA to see a movie (except art theatres).

Latecomers are barred from entering the movie after it has started, ushers stay in the theater for a few minutes after the movie starts to check the sound and picture quality and to make sure the crowd doesn't get rowdy, there's a strict policy on not allowing children to R-rated performances, you get super comfortable assigned seats.

The employees are actually intelligent movie-lovers themselves (not bored 16 year olds goofing off while making minimum wage) The bathrooms are always immaculate, the concessions are reasonably priced, there are 4 hours of free parking, and Amoeba is right next door. It is SO worth the 14 dollars.

2
★★★★★

If you love movies, and the typical movie-going crowds really annoy you with their late-coming, candy wrapper-rattling, talking back to the screen, cell phone-ringing behavior, then try the ArcLight. I will no longer go anywhere else in LA to see a movie (except art theatres).

Latecomers are barred from entering the movie after it has started, ushers stay in the theater for a few minutes after the movie starts to check the sound and picture quality and to make sure the crowd doesn't get rowdy, there's a strict policy on not allowing children to R-rated performances, you get super comfortable assigned seats.

The employees are actually intelligent movie-lovers themselves (not bored 16 year olds goofing off while making minimum wage) The bathrooms are always immaculate, the concessions are reasonably priced, there are 4 hours of free parking, and Amoeba is right next door. It is SO worth the 14 dollars.

Pros: well-behaved crowds, great employees, awesome sound

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Ticket is expensive. Yet this is a move theatre and a mini-holly musuem. I'm glad Acrlight is showing "Shaolin Soccer" when there is only two other locations in the state showing as well: San Francisco and New York. There is no pre-preview, thank goodness. The staff are sooooo friendly.

2
★★★★★

Ticket is expensive. Yet this is a move theatre and a mini-holly musuem. I'm glad Acrlight is showing "Shaolin Soccer" when there is only two other locations in the state showing as well: San Francisco and New York. There is no pre-preview, thank goodness. The staff are sooooo friendly.

Pros: friendly service, good ambience, no pre-preview

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This is the best theatre in all of the Los Angeles/Valley Area...First rate projection equipment, JBL sound system (awarded an Oscar for Technical Achievement) and all auditoriums (except for the Dome) EXCEED THX Certification! All 3 sound systems are available: Dolby Digital, DTS & Sony's SDDS. They show no ads before a movie, instead the usher explains to you what the movie is about and who stars in it (nice to know) Seating if top notch, extra wide armrests and seats that are 3" wider than the norm. The screens range from 30 ft - 60 ft., larger auditoriums are capable of showing 70 mm prints - great showing the classics.

2
★★★★★

This is the best theatre in all of the Los Angeles/Valley Area...First rate projection equipment, JBL sound system (awarded an Oscar for Technical Achievement) and all auditoriums (except for the Dome) EXCEED THX Certification! All 3 sound systems are available: Dolby Digital, DTS & Sony's SDDS. They show no ads before a movie, instead the usher explains to you what the movie is about and who stars in it (nice to know) Seating if top notch, extra wide armrests and seats that are 3" wider than the norm. The screens range from 30 ft - 60 ft., larger auditoriums are capable of showing 70 mm prints - great showing the classics.

Pros: THX, Seating, Screens & Sound

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$11 Sunday after 6 through Sunday, $14 Friday through Sunday before 6. They finally fixed it so you don't pay $14 on a weekday night.
The best picture and sound, period. They keep their prints immaculate. If it's in the Dome, make sure your seats are in the direct center or extreme sides, otherwise the image is very distorted.
Excellent, friendly staff. Best popcorn, and their prices are the same as every other theatre, so they don't gouge you there.
The Cafe has some really good food and free 4 hour parking (stop at Amoeba next door).
The lines can get a little long on the weekends, so print your tickets at home or use the kiosks. They don't let anybody past the tickettaker 5 minutes into the movie.
Just go there! It's the best! Well worth the extra few bucks for a big movie on a busy weekend.

2
★★★★★

$11 Sunday after 6 through Sunday, $14 Friday through Sunday before 6. They finally fixed it so you don't pay $14 on a weekday night.
The best picture and sound, period. They keep their prints immaculate. If it's in the Dome, make sure your seats are in the direct center or extreme sides, otherwise the image is very distorted.
Excellent, friendly staff. Best popcorn, and their prices are the same as every other theatre, so they don't gouge you there.
The Cafe has some really good food and free 4 hour parking (stop at Amoeba next door).
The lines can get a little long on the weekends, so print your tickets at home or use the kiosks. They don't let anybody past the tickettaker 5 minutes into the movie.
Just go there! It's the best! Well worth the extra few bucks for a big movie on a busy weekend.

Pros: Best Theatres, Free Parking, Staff

Cons: Lines, $14 for kids

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In short, amazing sound, delicious popcorn, all huge screens, more-comfortable-than-we-deserve seating, and polite service. The smallest screens here are as big as the largest at the best chain multiplexes, so no need to rush seeing a movie. Tickets are expensive, $14 being full price, but come during the week or certain weekend hours and tickets are $11. Membership is free and older movies are $10 during the week and you can get free and discounted movies and snacks. Come for the best/most anticipated new movies and the special events like festivals and Q&A's with the writer/director following the film.

2
★★★★★

In short, amazing sound, delicious popcorn, all huge screens, more-comfortable-than-we-deserve seating, and polite service. The smallest screens here are as big as the largest at the best chain multiplexes, so no need to rush seeing a movie. Tickets are expensive, $14 being full price, but come during the week or certain weekend hours and tickets are $11. Membership is free and older movies are $10 during the week and you can get free and discounted movies and snacks. Come for the best/most anticipated new movies and the special events like festivals and Q&A's with the writer/director following the film.

Pros: 4 hours free parking, Amazing a/v quality, popcorn and Amoeba

Cons: Expensive, matinee reserved seat

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Of all the movie theaters I've been to, this place takes the cake. They are so into your movie experience they pass on the movie previews and the ever so annoying commercials. The big theater is amazing. Large screen and great sound. The seats aren't stadium style but still not a bad seat in the house. Staff is friendly and the theater nice and clean.

2
★★★★★

Of all the movie theaters I've been to, this place takes the cake. They are so into your movie experience they pass on the movie previews and the ever so annoying commercials. The big theater is amazing. Large screen and great sound. The seats aren't stadium style but still not a bad seat in the house. Staff is friendly and the theater nice and clean.

Pros: Great Selection, Great Sound, clean and friendly

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Everyone in Los Angeles has heard things about this theatre. Yes, it is bourgeoisie, but...

When I went to see "Cinema Paradiso: The Director's Cut" and "Amadeus: The Director's Cut", I *wanted* to be in the hushed, black-box, child-free setting of the Arclight. It was well worth it. "Minority Report" in the Cinerama Dome was something I'll remember forever.

With special series featuring admission to a film and a discussion with a key player like a director, writer or actor, it brings the film school to the movie theatre. A refreshing idea.

It's not a theatre for every day, (Unless, of course, you've got $$$ like an "S" name: _pielberg, _oderbergh) but if a Director's Cut comes along, of a movie you worship--go for it. If "Citizen Kane" rolls, you can bet I'll be there.

It kind of puts the fun back in moviegoing, which had become slightly homogenized.

2
★★★★★

Everyone in Los Angeles has heard things about this theatre. Yes, it is bourgeoisie, but...

When I went to see "Cinema Paradiso: The Director's Cut" and "Amadeus: The Director's Cut", I *wanted* to be in the hushed, black-box, child-free setting of the Arclight. It was well worth it. "Minority Report" in the Cinerama Dome was something I'll remember forever.

With special series featuring admission to a film and a discussion with a key player like a director, writer or actor, it brings the film school to the movie theatre. A refreshing idea.

It's not a theatre for every day, (Unless, of course, you've got $$$ like an "S" name: _pielberg, _oderbergh) but if a Director's Cut comes along, of a movie you worship--go for it. If "Citizen Kane" rolls, you can bet I'll be there.

It kind of puts the fun back in moviegoing, which had become slightly homogenized.

Pros: Great atmosphere, Gr8 parking, restrms, Cafe, Bar, Giftshop

Cons: Overpriced concession, $14 bucks a pop?!

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Don't even bother going to the Dome if you're not 6 feet tall. The seats are directly behind one another (not staggered) and NOT stadium-style. Bring a phone book or you'll be paying $14 to look at heads, instead of taking in the supposed great visuals and sound. Because of the assigned seating, you just have to deal = too frustrating to even enjoy the movie!

1
★★★☆☆

Don't even bother going to the Dome if you're not 6 feet tall. The seats are directly behind one another (not staggered) and NOT stadium-style. Bring a phone book or you'll be paying $14 to look at heads, instead of taking in the supposed great visuals and sound. Because of the assigned seating, you just have to deal = too frustrating to even enjoy the movie!

Pros: supposed good a/v

Cons: NO stadium seating, assigned seating

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Even though it's massive curved screen distorts vistas and straight lines, the Cinerama Dome is the place to see a movie, especially if it's not playing at Grauman's or the Village. Judgement on the smaller theater is still pending but the "Meet the Writer" series that Arclight just finished was awesome. The next series should be equally as exciting and shouldn't be missed by film buffs.

2
★★★★★

Even though it's massive curved screen distorts vistas and straight lines, the Cinerama Dome is the place to see a movie, especially if it's not playing at Grauman's or the Village. Judgement on the smaller theater is still pending but the "Meet the Writer" series that Arclight just finished was awesome. The next series should be equally as exciting and shouldn't be missed by film buffs.

Pros: The Cinerama Dome, No advertisements, Reserved seating

Cons: $14!?!?, Reserved seating, The Dome's screen

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Great movie theater, a bit $, but much worth it.

2
★★★★★

Great movie theater, a bit $, but much worth it.

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Good: The large screen wraps around to fully envelope you in the movie. Reserved seating makes getting to the theater much easier (no need to rush to get a good seat).

Bad: They had problems with the sound. The music was speeding up and slowing down and it was VERY annoying. $14 for a frickin' movie?? The ushers showing EVERYBODY to their seats gets really annoying. I think most people are capable of deciphering 'Row A, Seat 10'. The movies never start on time. This is due to the fact that they do not allow people to enter the theater after the movie has started which means they have to wait for everybody to get their concessions.

1
★★★☆☆

Good: The large screen wraps around to fully envelope you in the movie. Reserved seating makes getting to the theater much easier (no need to rush to get a good seat).

Bad: They had problems with the sound. The music was speeding up and slowing down and it was VERY annoying. $14 for a frickin' movie?? The ushers showing EVERYBODY to their seats gets really annoying. I think most people are capable of deciphering 'Row A, Seat 10'. The movies never start on time. This is due to the fact that they do not allow people to enter the theater after the movie has started which means they have to wait for everybody to get their concessions.

Pros: Screen Size, Reserved Seating

Cons: Way too Expensive

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The Arclight Theatre is NO better than any Stadium Movie Theatre in the Los Angeles Basin even though they think they are! Heaven forbid--you show up a minute late because they will turn you away. This happened to me recently and I noticed that others were being turned away also! It seemed as if Management just delighted in turning their customers away! Assigned Seating--Fine for Evening shows but during matines when they usually are less than 1/4 full, you still must be assigned a Seat. Most people go with the flow and then just sit where they want anyway. It's just ONE more thing to irritate people! A rediculous concept for Matinees! And, for all this you pay a higher price than just about anywhere in the Country! Word of Advice--Choose any Movie theatre down the street and you will be treated better and it won't cost you so much!

1
★★★☆☆

The Arclight Theatre is NO better than any Stadium Movie Theatre in the Los Angeles Basin even though they think they are! Heaven forbid--you show up a minute late because they will turn you away. This happened to me recently and I noticed that others were being turned away also! It seemed as if Management just delighted in turning their customers away! Assigned Seating--Fine for Evening shows but during matines when they usually are less than 1/4 full, you still must be assigned a Seat. Most people go with the flow and then just sit where they want anyway. It's just ONE more thing to irritate people! A rediculous concept for Matinees! And, for all this you pay a higher price than just about anywhere in the Country! Word of Advice--Choose any Movie theatre down the street and you will be treated better and it won't cost you so much!

Pros: Stadium Theatre, Parking OK, Matinees - No Crowds

Cons: Too Pricey!, Assigned Seating, Turn Customers Away

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For a great movie experience, you have found the best. No commercials before shows. Assigned seating so you don't have to show up an hour early to get your center seat. All screens are HUGE, not like the other megaplexes where theatre 16-26 are smaller than the screen at home. Staff is great. They have a bookstore/gift store that is great to waste time in before a show too. Every seat is big and arm rests can be flown out to cuddle. BEST screens and sound. They also show art movies too. Great concessions.

2
★★★★★

For a great movie experience, you have found the best. No commercials before shows. Assigned seating so you don't have to show up an hour early to get your center seat. All screens are HUGE, not like the other megaplexes where theatre 16-26 are smaller than the screen at home. Staff is great. They have a bookstore/gift store that is great to waste time in before a show too. Every seat is big and arm rests can be flown out to cuddle. BEST screens and sound. They also show art movies too. Great concessions.

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Best Sound, Most clean environment, Courteous & Helpful Staff. What more could a moviegoer ask for?

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★★★★★

Best Sound, Most clean environment, Courteous & Helpful Staff. What more could a moviegoer ask for?

Pros: Membership

Cons: No Free Parking

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This complex consistently has the best screen and sound presentation. It is great to be able to buy your seats in advance and to know where you will be sitting.

2
★★★★★

This complex consistently has the best screen and sound presentation. It is great to be able to buy your seats in advance and to know where you will be sitting.

Cons: expensive

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Another classic theater that only gets better. Its wide circular theater is the best for seeing big name films and the speciall offerings that the staff put on make it all the more worthwhile.

2
★★★★★

Another classic theater that only gets better. Its wide circular theater is the best for seeing big name films and the speciall offerings that the staff put on make it all the more worthwhile.

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The Price you pay for this experience is worth every penny. I'd paymore for the same experience.

2
★★★★★

The Price you pay for this experience is worth every penny. I'd paymore for the same experience.

Pros: No kids, good audience, clean

 

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