|Address:||4140 North Freeway Road, Pueblo, CO 81008, USA|
Its a very so-so movie theater. Concessions are some of the priciest Ive ever seen. If it wasnt for the fact that the Drive-In is closed part of the year, Id probably never come here. The staff are nice enough, but you can tell its little more than a fast food job for them. The auditoriums are decent, but there is lots of room for improvement. Especially in the sound department. When the movie in the next auditorium gets loud and bassy it really kills the mood for whatever you might be watching. Biggest drag is the seating. Nobody likes sitting in those first few rows because its too close and you have to wrench your neck to see. They should eliminate those seats from the capacity count, that way when a show gets close to full, the last customers in arent stuck there.
Tough to review the only theater! Usually the staff are very not interested in being there. Not rude, but not friendly either. The theaters are not updated and usually dirty. But with no other options you take what you can get! We havent experienced any issues with the actual movies. (sound, playback, etc) 5-something dollar Tuesday is a treat and really has become the only day we go to movies now. It can be really busy though, and they dont staff accordingly. Otherwise its 9.25 in the evening during the week and 9.75 on weekends. Tax is now charged on tickets as well! They take Samsung Pay :)
The management of this theater seems to lack in common sense. Tuesday night ticket discounts promote a lot more business, more conducive to a weekend crowd; yet only one of the two concession stands is ever open. This makes for extreme congestion in the lobby area surrounding the one, open concession stand, and LONG waits in line to be served. Early arrivals to get "good" seats in the theater are preempted by the long waits to get overpriced popcorn and soda. This problem could easily be resolved by management OPENING THE SECOND CONCESSIONS STAND ON TUESDAY NIGHTS!
Dont go to Tinseltown in pueblo because they will kick you out like they did with me and my friends when we did nothing ant this BIG FAT GUY was acting like the manager when he was a worker.......they also will not give you a refund if you want them too....plus this one BALD DUDE will kick you of campus for no freaking reason.... this will ruin your GIRLS NIGHT OUT or BOYS NIGHT OUT........so if i were i would not go at all!!!!! PLEASE listen to me!!!!!!! From the experience of: Alex M. , Alex C. , Emma C. , Brookelyn A. , Mia M. , Naomi l.
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Long story short, ticket seller wouldnt honor active duty military discount, gave me some bullshit excuse that she couldnt even look me in the eye and say it. (it was an evening showing) Concession lines were slow, and employees lacked enthusiasm. 2 instead of 1 star for not trying to sell me something I didnt order which most places try to do (blame corporate, not the employees being forced to do it) Will not return here again, tinseltown in Colorado Springs is WAY better is all accounts.
EVERY single time I go there, theres some inbred moron who seems to have no idea they are in a public place. People talk constantly, they use their phones, during the Revenant I had to sit next to this guy that was belching and talking constantly. Today, I finally complained to management about two girls who were constantly talking and laughing, and they declined to do anything about it. Pueblo needs another theater. Ill just drive to Colorado Springs every Friday to see my weekly film.
Your typical overpriced movie theater. Food usually costs more than the tickets. All in all not a bad place to watch a movie. The only thing that actually irritates me is before every movie they advertise to watch movies in Cinemark X-D. Only thing is this theater doesnt even offer movies in X-D. They really need to update it especially since its the only theater here, which is probably why they dont because they know they have the market cornered.
So I got Id for attempting to watch magic Mike a while back didnt have it so I couldnt watch it in 24 now last night I had my Id to watch straight outta Compton it was rated R no one asked for an Id I seen Quite a lot of little kids Im talking 5-10 in there watch very very inappropriate stuff .....how is this right ?? I dont understand how this theatre is run but that was NOT OK gun weed fights nudity..to let a kid watch that waaaaaay out of line
This is the only movie theater in Pueblo - so there is not much choice. Summer times I prefer to go to the Mesa Drive In to see two movies for the price of one at Tinseltown... The theater needs a lot of updating, seats are small and tight (uncomfortable). The concession will cost you an arm and a leg for popcorn and a soda (totally not worth it). Even the early bird and matinee showings cost over $7 per person!
I like seeing movies here, but it is really depressing when the cinemark ad shows before movies showing how updated and awesome their theatres are with burger joints, vip seating etc......then realize this one has none of that. PLEASE UPDATE, only theatre serving 100,000 people, they could do better, maybe they just need competition in town to up their game.
Im glad to know the east side isnt the only place in town to get robbed. You would think with the amount of times this place has been in the news for having bed bugs that they wouldve updated their building. This is a perfect example of why Pueblo cant afford to lose the drive in. For the cost of of popcorn and drink they could afford some new stuff.
excellent seating, great movie, We purchased tickets to a 3d movie and they did not give us the glasses. We didnt realize we needed them...so it was hard to watch. VERY POOR SNACKS! The popcorn was cold and all hulls and was so salty that we couldnt eat it, the cost was outrageous...we will NEVER purchase at the snack bar again.
Its the only indoor movie theatre in Pueblo. So its not the fanciest, most comfortable experience. However if you enjoy going to watch the up and coming on the big screen, head there on Tuesdays for discounted tickets all day long. The concession lines are frequently long so get there early. The employees are friendly and helpful.
Went with girlfriend to see deadpools but got tickets hours in advance...waited 40 mins in the lobby before trying to head in and being told the ticket vendor at the front charged us for the early show and the evening show was a different price. Their mistake and they demanded me to pay for it. If I could I would give 0 stars.
Not a bad theatre. Manages to show the main array of movies someone would want to see. It doesnt have all the bells and whistles of the Tinseltown in Colorado Springs, but it has some. Decent arcade, good (but as always, expensive) concessions, and nice atmosphere. Im so darn glad Pueblo at least has this.
Not very many movies, and what good ones they have they take them off right away. Waaay too expensive every time i go ill sneak a couple burgers my own chips and pop for a lot less cheaper :) lol what are they going to do? "Stop that man hes got a cheeseburger from Mickey Dees!!" lol.