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Even though they have the capabilities of showing a 70mm IMAX film, they have absolutely no business doing so. At first I thought I was overthinking it all, but after reading the reviews on here I feel better knowing I wasnt off. Watching Dunkirk, I changed seats three times, ending up in the very last row, which still didnt give me any sort of vantage point, and you can never see the film for what it is supposed to be. I felt like a cat chasing a red dot with my eyes the whole 105 minute film time. I was uneasy and nauseous most of the time and the seats could barely for my 510" 200lbs frame without my knees almost touching the people in front of me. Im actually surprised they were approved to show the film, but I guess money is money. Speaking of that dont waste time or money here unless its a short nature/outer space documentary type film for education purposes.
Absolutely the worst movie experience I have ever had in my life. Watched Dunkirk last night and wanted to leave within the first 5 minutes. You literally cant follow the movie as everything is blurry and it feels like the screen is 6 inches in front of your space due to the shape of the screen. I felt dizzy trying to watch the movie from beginning to end and left with a sore neck as you have to look literally straight up over your head the entire time to watch the film. Do not go here to watch a movie. Walking out after the movie there were dozens of people complaining how bad of a set up the imax was for this movie as well.
My first (and last) IMAX Dome movie. Very disappointed. Just saw "Dunkirk" - probably a great movie, but a terrible viewing experience. Imagine watching a movie from the perspective of an ant, peering through a fish-eye lens and sitting way, way too close to the screen. Youre basically lying on your back, craning your neck to look up and around just to figure out whats going on in each scene. Everything was terribly distorted. Id like to see Dunkirk again on a "traditional" screen, but this was just annoying. I wanted to get up and leave after 10 minutes but decided to give it a chance. $16 tickets - not worth it, IMHO.
Count us among the many who were disappointed with their IMAX experience here seeing "Dunkirk". There appear to be only a small portion of seats that dont make you look waaaaay up and over your head. Things are distorted and hard to see. We should have just gone to Regal Stonecrests IMAX theatre. Also, the ticketing process is confusing....I print this ticket at home, then I have to stand in line to get the staff to print another ticket? Some staff were friendly, but the majority were not.
Went to see Dunkirk last night. Terrible experience. The movie was terribly distorted since the screen is in the shape of a spherical dome. It was hard to see any of the picture and it made me nauseated through the entire film. Not worth the $16. Make sure you go see Dunkirk on either a traditional large theatre screen or an IMAX that isn’t shaped like a sphere.
Watched Dunkirk. At first I thought it would make me sea sick. Body got used to it and I felt like we were shooting down the Luftwaffe. If they got an improved sound system it would probably be even more intense. Outside of that, kids would love the activities. Made me miss my kids seeing all the hand prints on the wall.
Went to see DUNKIRK, had to leave early due to EXTREME NAUSEA!!! Read other reviews that all say the same thing. Worst idea ever! Very disappointed, contemplated demanding a refund. This type of movie should not be shown in IMAX period!
This is an awesome experience. I hate going to the movies, but I love coming to see the imax dome. Well done Charlotte!
Watched the National Parks Adventure iMax movie. It was spectacular, and I have added a few parks to my bucket list.
Dr. Pavan Garala
Huge screen and very good quality prints of movies.
Screen is nearly as big as mine. Superb experience
D. L. Brunson
Definitely a family spot. The 3D show was great