|Address:||312 Dillon Ridge Rd, Dillon, CO 80435, USA|
I showed up at 10:25 for a 10:05 movie. Apparently their policy is 15 minutes (the length of an average preview) A customer was walking outside as I walked in. I had no idea the door was locked. The manager, who was not rude at all, he was just doing his "job," but was very very young, refused me despite offering to pay and the fact I was already inside. The only reason I went to super 8, on a work trip, as a tax payer, was to see a movie and relax before work tomorrow... I explained this; Im sure the kid cared; but maybe hes too young to interpret context. I was in the building with money in hand at 10:25!!!! This wasnt riff raff, this was a guy already inside, trying to pay, trying to unwind before work... If you have a movie scheduled where people are still leaving at 10:25 with the door open and want to be "soup nazis" from Seinfeld about timing maybe dont time things so closely or hire/train a manager mature enough to interpret context. Ive been here before and everything was great, I would really appreciate an adult contacting me to resolve this as every kid in there was about 16 or younger
They have the same concessions as every other movie theater ever. Nobody is forcing anyone to eat their snacks. Contrary to popular belief you DONT have to eat or drink anything during your two hour movie, you will survive just fine. You cant expect them to offer health food, and you cant complain that they force you to eat theirs, cause they dont. Just do what I do, go to Jimmy Johns before, put a sandwich in your jacket along with a bottled drink, and walk in with the jack over your arm. I have never had a problem doing this. Its an overall good theater with a bunch of kids working it, again, like every other theater I have ever been to. Only Negative: When people do decide to pay for popcorn and drinks with refills for a movie that starts at 9pm, the concession stand should not close at 915pm! That is pretty nuts. You cant leave one Highschooler up there to fill drinks for an extra hour?
Nice theater, often not too packed, perfect sizes for both drinks and popcorn, food can be awfully expensive, however, there are deals that can cut the cost of 17$ down 7$, which is a good deal to cut off 10$, albeit, not the best price. The popcorn is fine, however, most of the heat comes from the butter, which can be found at a butter dispenser, that can be hard to notice. The local staff is wonderful! And, in response to a review I saw, they are NOT 12 year olds nor 11 year olds (although, Ive seen some 12 year olds that could do this job and are mature enough to do so, but, cant due to child work laws), most of them are 15-17 and are quite nice & mature. The theater is fairly standard, the movies are well planned. I wouldve rated this a 4 star, if it wasnt for their staff whom help and work wonderfully!
I rarely go to the movies, but when I do; I indulge. I love being able to stuff my face with over priced garbage every once and a while, thats one of the things that makes going to the movies great! This obviously isnt a health food shop so if youre looking for your gluten free, no high fructose corn syrup, certified natural organic fruits and veggies, dont go to this theater. And while youre not, tell me how many movie theaters you find that offer you "healthy" snack options anyway. This, being the only movie theater in the area, doesnt take advantage of this fact. You can expect to be treated normally, charged competitively and offered the same typical spread of soda and snacks to knock decades off your potential lifespan.
venue is clean and staff is nice. The biggest problem I have is the options for food, I went there yesterday and because there isnt one healthy choice in there I decided to buy my two kids something to have at the movie somewhere else. They asked me to toss it or finished it. I think we should be allowed to have a choice to come in with two smoothies instead of the high fructose corn syrup infused choices they offer. There isnt one organic option for popcorn, all flavored with who-knows-what. They also offer candy, sugar to ask a kid to sit still at the movie??? Love the options for movies but I think the rules should change.I will still go there but I think forcing people to an overpriced soda is just wrong.
I just finished watching a movie, great movie, but I couldnt hear anything because there were kids constantly yelling and talking during the whole thing. What annoyed me the most was that the people working there did nothing about it even though there were plenty of people complaining to them about it. These kids were even throwing food at others. And worse off, when I was waiting in line to buy my ticket, there were kids who clearly werent old enough buy tickets to a movie that was rated R. No one bothered to I.D. Any of them. And there were no adult with them. This has actually happened on multiple occasions, and I would rather wait for the movies to come out on dvd/blu-ray rather then come back here again.
Apathetic staff, stale popcorn, & poor communication to customers. The largest concern I had during my first and last visit to this theater was that there were multiple movie showings waiting to be seated and there was no communication by the ticket taker. Many people who where already able to be seated ended up waiting in a cluster of other guests who were themselves waiting to be seated for one of two different movie showings whos screen rooms were not open for seating. Never mind that the auditoriums were not ready until 15 min before the showtime, the bigger issue was that there was a large group of people who were left guessing if they were supposed to wait or able to be seated.
We were given a prepaid Skyline Cinema card good for two from someone as a gift as well as multiple others on December 9th, 2016. All had problems using the card. Everything from nothing on the card at all to only being loadded for one ticket. The person gets who gifted all the cardshared had to send an email with the receipt to everyone. We went tonight and we were told that the card only had one ticket worth loaded on it and the other was used on December 22nd. The manager, who was probably still in high school was rude and made us pay for our second ticket. No customer service whatsoever.
Staff is always friendly, screens are nice and seats are comfy. Prices are comparable to any other theater (which is good being the only one for many miles). Its great to see so many of the local high schoolers working and interacting with the community. They always recognize us and say hi. Of course there arent any "healthy" snack options, its a movie theater. But its fun to be a glutton on occasion, thats the point of going to the movies in my opinion.
I like the theatre itself, comfortable seats, good audio and video quality and it is clean, however the popcorn is terrible as well as the "butter" topping. Both really suck. I would give the theatre a 5 if they upgraded the quality of the popcorn and butter topping. I usually go to Harkins Theatres in Denver and Phoenix and they use fresh popped pop corn and the butter topping is favorful.