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|Address:||65 Main St, Hingham, MA 02043, USA|
Loring ever so occasionally has a good movie, though typically these dont stay long (or like, say, "Mr. Turner" a good film arrives late at Loring, only after youve gone to Boston, Cambridge, or Newton to see it). Usually, Loring is the venue for feel-good movies -- repetitive, fungible "heart-warmers" for superannuated sensibilities (how many quirky Maggie Smith movies are there? or Helen Mirren as elderly-action-figure films?) -- and you can rely on these bookings to overstay their welcome by two, three, or more weeks. Despite the array of good movies to pick from, Loring can be relied on for "tasteful" schlock. Doubtless, its the demands of box-office receipts just to stay in business. Loring needs to hire someone who still has a pulse to book its movies.
Weve been going to the Loring Theatre for many years with friends, our kids (now young adults) at all ages, and each other. We love it! In our opinion it has all the amenities of a larger theatre AND the charm and ambience of a neighborhood theatre that some of us remember from our childhoods. Most importantly, the selection of movies is marvelous. I cant wait to see whats playing next...
The Loring Theatre is one of Hinghams finest landmarks in my opinion. This Theatre is part of the small Patriot Cinemas chain (along with the Shipyard). Classic, small town, single screen venue filled with charm. I go here often to take advantage of the $5 all day, all ticket promotion they offer on Tuesdays. They rotate movies every few weeks or so and keep the place pretty tidy,
Tuesday features are only $5 all day long. Jam! Popcorn runs $5-7, and theres still only one screen. I take it Patriot Cinemas bought the building, so expect more mainstream indie flicks. Packed houses are constant, respectful patrons, clear sound and a squishy seats - especially when Alexander Hamilton pays for the date.
Loring Hall Theatre is a great place to catch a movie that would of not been at the big movie theaters. This is an older movie theater in the center of Hingham. Very quaint, fairly easy parking, then you go walk the "Square" after the movie for a bite to eat.
Such a great local theater. They play independent and art house films, so sometimes its the only place to go to see special flicks! Popcorn is good. I wish they had pizza and beer. But hey. Its Hingham. The stick up their ass is centuries old.
Oozes charm and character. Suffers from less than comfortable seats and an elderly clientele that apparently never learned to be quiet during movies. Lots of loud chewing and "Honey, whos that?" whispered conversations?
..this is the most relaxing theater around. A real throwback to the days when the popcorn didnt cost a fortune, the employees were courteous, and people didnt talk and text during a movie. Love this place!
went to see the Zoo Keepers Wife 4-8-17 small but nice love that they upper a balcony very clean nice staff was the first time my Wife and i was their we will return when a movie we like is playing
It was my first time. at the Loring and Im happy we arrived early so I had extra to take it all in what a beautiful theater and fond memories it brought.
Reasonable prices...real films that dont involve comic book heroes or robots...classic old movie house...sat in balcony...good time
Great for the price!