|Address:||1067 W Baltimore Ave, Media, PA 19063, USA|
If youd like to ruin wonder woman experience come to granite run theatre on a sunday. All these people came to see this movie today and it was ONE girl Teana (lovely, and professional) at the concession stand for about 10 minutes. Line piling up and then her coworkers emerge from some mythical break room in the back. The screen is TOO small and volume TOO low to enjoy a 3D movie. It slightly smelled bad in theatre 6. Then I take my daughter to the bathroom and it was gross. Might as well have been in a gas station. The first toilet, clogged with paper towels. The floor riddled with toilet paper and NO PAPER TOWELS to dry your hands so OBVIOSLY the employees dont check the bathroom. As soon as I sat down to that small screen I wanted to leave. 3d or not this was not Fun. This theatre is neglected and underwhelming. Dont come here for a 3d movie. Im sitting in the theatre writing this review as the movie is playing. Glasses off. Awesome movie, opposite of awesome theatre.
I really like this movie theatre. I hope it stays quiet as kept. Its different from all the other crowded ones with unruly teenagers who wanna text & talk instead of actually watching the film. The prices are the best thing about this theatre. Ive even noticed other theatres lowering their prices as well. Although this theatre is not big and does not have anything near it anymore (Granite Run Mall closed for renovations) it serves its purpose and is also a short trip from my home. I love this theatre.
Okay they are adequate the prices are extremely cheap for matinees they havent been overhauled yet and the trying to get money by selling this 20-something dollar bucket but its only for the season 20-17 and then they charge you a dollar fifty for the lid little bit steep but like I said its a nice place to take your family I went there to see Atomic blonde or Friday I believe no Saturday with my wife and also Sunday I took my grandson and nieces and nephew to see the Emoji Movie
I dont get some of the other reviewers... You gave them 3 stars because of their arcade? You are upset that the concessions are pricey? Thats everywhere! Ive been going to this theater for over 20 years. The matinee prices are awesome. The theaters to me are clean, Ive never seen any rodents. And Ive never seen them NOT have a new popular movie showing. With the mall closed, and the other theaters putting in those new lounge chars, lets hope they can still compete.
I was super impressed with the ticket prices. The big thing is, I think I saw Bigfoot himself. He was just sitting in the front row and no one cared! I also spotted the Loch ness monster, but he was cool. Since the food was priced as if it were the last food on earth, I had my ninja monkey agents sneak in a metric ton of snacks for the Ambassador of Jupiter and me to snack on. If you go tell the people working there that I told you to tell them to have a splenderful day.
Im not sure if the Granite Run movie theater is part of a pilot program or an attempt by AMC to keep the spot afloat, but matinees are $3.99, regular prices are $5.99 for adults, $3.99 for kids. Concessions are regular theater prices, but with what you save on tickets, this is more than agreeable. The place doesnt have fancy recliner seats, but you also dont have to reserve your seats 3 hours before show time. For my family, this is the best theater in the area.
Ive been there a lot most arcade games are broken, put up to two dollars in one and told them about the broken machine and they said theyd fix it but instead waited till I was gone and still didnt fix it two months later.. Moved to two diffspots in theater both had broken arms.. Heard squeaking by claw machine only to look behind and see multiple mouse traps.. Popcorn the slightest bit burnt.. Tickets a good price, never crowded, foods a bit pricey..
Since the mall closed down next door to it, traffic has slowed down but the level of service has not. Theres still staff here working and doing their best to make your experience a good one. They close a few hours earlier than other movie theaters but the prices of tickets cant be beaten. About 50% cheaper than the closest theater(amc marple 10) at the Springfield shopping center.
This theater take a long time to show many of the more current movies. Some are several weeks in showing. The place is outdated (looks the same as it did when it was built in 1987). The restroom facilities are less than adequate. Water just barely trickles from faucets to wash your hands. Usually, only one or two ticket windows are open.
Leaves a lot to be desired as far as cleanliness goes. However, the staff are super friendly and very nice people. The prices are probably the best in the area for movies and its always quiet. You really get to enjoy the movie experience because there isnt alot of the riff raff and rowdy crowds there like you find in other local theaters.
The great thing about this is the price if you want to see lots of current movies at a great price $5.99 after 4 p.m. and 3.99 before + tax, dont look for glamour in the surroundings but until the theater is closed this is a great time to enjoy the movies at an affordable price. You can bring the family.
The staff are very nice, good customer service, not too crowded and the prices are more cheaper than other theaters, which is a plus. The negative is they have rodents that are visible if you are the only person in the theater. I brought this to their attention and they gave free movie passes. Thumbs up!
Prices are good but the state of the theater is horrendous. Trash everywhere, and the armrest for my seat was broken. The bathroom looked in even worse shape as trash was piled high, and there was toilet paper, soap and urine everywhere. That bathroom looked like it belonged in a gas station.
Ticket prices are very low however, youll have to sell your stamp collection to make a purchase at the concession counter where they more than make up for the low cost of ticket sales. All in all I say put a chicken sandwich in one pocket and a can soda in the other and go enjoy a good movie.
Cant beat the prices here $6 ticket $4 matinee. I think 3D is more. Lobby and concession area is dated and usually dirty. Seats are not great. Screen and sound seem on par with the most modern theaters though. Theater I was in smelled like rotten butter but worth it for the price.
Ludino DiGiacomo 3rd
Its definitely not what it was years ago. The new movie theaters in the area are definitely better in every way but if your looking for a much less expensive movie day/night you cant go wrong. Great if your budget conscious but dont expect much more than you pay for.
Prices are high. No kiosks when you order tickets offline you still have to stand in a line. Bathrooms dirty faucet on the sink had rust around it. Popcorn butter station out of date butter still seems to leak everywhere without an employee around to clean it.