|Address:||2222 E 146th St, Carmel, IN 46033, USA|
A Private User
This is my favorite place to go see a movie in the northern area of Indianapolis. I have to agree with KBSchmith on this one. Why do people have to use reviews unconstructively?!? Must be some really lonely negative people out there (or they work at another local theater). The theater is in a very convenient location with lots to do in the immediate area (restaurants, shopping, Starbucks[my favorite], etc.). Lines are never that long to get in, and the concessions are reasonably priced. I like the openness of the theaters, and the seats are comfortable too. They always have the best movies showing, and dont have selection just for the sake of selection. Lets face it, some movies just plain suck. Going tonight in fact and cant wait. One of the many reasons to look forward to Fridays. Happy movie watching!!!
I LOVED the film I went to see BUT . . . .I hadnt been to Regal in over 10 years and apparently NOTHING has changed. The minute we walked into the building we could smell the MUSTY, MOLDY smell. It looked EXACTLY the same inside the building which means they have NOT remodeled at all!! Went into the womens bathroom and again, same old, same old. Half the doors do not function as they are intended to and the bathroom was not clean as usual. We went to a 3:20pm showing. We were quite comfortable until the moment the flick started and then suddenly the air conditioning came blasting and the temperature in the theater dropped like 10 degrees in short order. Seriously Regal - is this what you have been reduced to?? Guess I will stick to Netflix and the comfort of my own home with my big screen.
Bottom line, Flix just minutes South of here is a better deal. Theaters are dirty. People are noisy allowing kids to talk, have conversations and everything else - while nobody in the theater appears to care. Popcorn is normally stale. They offer beer & wine now, but at prices youd expect from a movie theater (~$8 for a bottle of beer, etc). Flix has better service, cleaner theaters, a more monitored viewing area and assigned seats to boot. These guys need to either evolve with the times or go out like the drive thru theaters in the 90s did. Reserved seats might be a stretch for them, but improving the cleanliness, lowering some prices or improving their quality, will make it worth going back.
took my son to go see a movie on opening weekend and we were first in the theaters. we picked our seats and when it filled up and the movie was already playing, theist few stragglers came in asking us to move 1 over b/c they wanted to sit together. why should we pay and get there early to get the seats we wanted to be moved over? especially when we moved 1 over, that other couple talked nonstop throughout the movie and the ushers did nothing about the talkers?! wont be going to regal any longer, but to fix brewhouse because you pay for and reserve your seat!
Im impressed with the 4K high def video. Weve been there for a couple new movies and been impressed, sound quality is good too. Place is reasonably clean and has visible security roaming around. Seats are just ok, not super comfortable, but not horrible. Theatres are fairly small and the movies weve been too have been fairly packed which meant that we had to sit really close to the screen because all the other seats further back were taken. There were about 10 minutes of previews before the movie started.
Its a shame such a populated and high income area is serviced by such a piece of crap theater. I moved near the Regal back in 1993, and back then I thought it was acceptable. Now, Id rather go almost anywhere, but still end up at the Regal because I dont want to drive all the way to Hamilton Town Center. They could absolutely rake in the cash if they invested the money to make the Regal into what it should be. Where is The Profit, Marcus Lemonis, when you need him???
I live about 1/2 a mile away. The theaters are always clean. Its not the newest facility but its definitely kept up to date with projection tech, the inside is always clean, concession stand folks are always helpful. Video games area dated but hey....no one shows up for the video games anymore anyways. Standard pricing and concession selection, Fandango Kiosk to get your tickets on the go. No reason why my family wont keep using it for the foreseeable future.
Very poor theater. It needs to be updated! For the price youd expect the fancy reclining chairs. The popcorn was cold and when you pay that much for popcorn, it really shouldnt be cold. I took it back, waited in line (again, while missing the movie we just paid a fortune to watch) and they were quick to give us a new one, which was also cold. I prefer the little theater in Brownsburg to this one. I would have expected more here.
I like this theater but will stop going. Regal offers military discounts with a valid ID. I was not able to get on with my valid government issued ID. The lady indicated thats is it for certain branches that I am not in and did not qualify,. I felt like I was treated very poorly by this lady. If you give a Military discount then it should be honored. If you dont, then please tell your corporate to change the website advertising it!
distasteful... its very hard to enjoy a movie when you are not even allowed into the movie... absolutely disgusting. they discriminated 2 young white men for being underage because they simply did not have identification. yet the mother of these men was with them buying the tickets for them. I was astounded when the lady at the ticket office would not allow these men to enjoy a nice movie. 0/10 would not recommend
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Went and saw a comedy with my wife. There was an action movie which had only been out two weeks that we were planning on seeing next time we went there. When I called two weeks later to get showtinmes for the action movie, they no longer had it. So a movie that had no longer had it there. So a movie that had only been out for a month and was doing very well in theaters is not available anymore. Retarded.
The theater is in a dire need of an upgrade, it just seems very outdated. With other great options nearby like Flix Brewhouse, I try to stay away from this theater now because it just feels old! If I ever do happen to go a few times a year, its when Flix Brewhouse is sold out or on a Tuesday when this theater has cheaper tickets. The last time I went, I did see that they now serve beer/wine as well.
How in gods name is it more expensive to go to this run down theater with a peeling sign on the side than it is to go to flix?...Maybe people would want to see a movie here if the prices were lower. You dont even provide close to the same amenities as a normal theater and your signs are outdated and peeling off. Disappointing.