|Address:||3601 2700 W E-105, Salt Lake City, UT 84119, USA|
Walking into this theater is an experience of its own... what Id imagine its like to walk into East Germany, or North Korea, or a John Steinbeck novel about Grapes. Its where Disney memorabilia goes to die... but on the plus side, the walls are as thin as that first apartment you had back in college, so youre not only going to experience the movie you paid for, but the movie next door to it as well... a two for one on movie night shall we say. Speaking of bargains, I dont know if they were having a Friday night special or what the night I went, (because I was too lazy to check the prices before I went, and Im still too lazy to do so) but it only cost $3 for both tickets to the movie I saw... I thought the guy at the kiosk misheard me and was trying to sell me half a ticket to a childrens puppet show, but no. It was $3 for two tickets. $3 total. I knew I was in for a thrill ride the moment George Washington and his two twin brothers left my wallet, and a thrill ride it was. My movie was playing in the theater "in the back to the right," or so the ticket guy told me, but it turns out this is actually the theater in the back to the right, to the left, further to the back, to the right again, then to the left... I thought Id been tricked into entering the final task of a triwizard tournament. "I think the kiosk guy forgot to give us a map!" WHERE ARE WE!? Well, as Elvis would say... In the GhettOooo! ...Perhaps an understatement, because the first thing youll notice when you manage to actually locate your theater is the fabric covering the seats. Dear sweet fancy Moses... Where once sat perhaps beautiful rows of plush lilac ass comfort, now row after row of faded worn and mostly stained spring loaded germ sponges. Choose wisely, dear reader, for these seats may have been the very ones Abraham Lincoln was assassinated in. Get yourself two large Cokes, and poor one out on the floor for ol honest Abe, because they mop the floors here with Coca-Cola. "Is everything sticky!?" If you manage to keep your shoes from permanently adhering you to the floor, you may find that the experience was not too shabby for the price point... or you may find that the crazy guy in the seat behind you just cant seem to find whatever it is he lost, and hes definitely going to ask you if you saw his glass eye roll past your feet on its way to the not so big screen at the front of the room... TWO STARS!!
I am a frequent customer at the Sugar house Dollar theater unfortunately they are closed for remodeling. I decided to give the Cinemark Valley Fair 9 a try and it was the worst experience I ever had. The employees there are great the guy who was at the concessions was super friendly and fast. The bad experience came from during the viewing. The guy in front of me was constantly on his phone. a child across the aisle was playing with some light up toy. And the family behind me thought it was ok for their child to kick the seat i was in throughout the entire movie. I will never return here.
I went to see a movie and the price on everything is way too expensive this place is suppose to be cheap so people can afford to come and enjoy movies. I went and saw a 3D movie we did not receive our glasses even with paying the extra two dollar up charge for them. I had to go and ask someone in order to get the glasses so I could enjoy the show. Even then the show started late and there was a ton of confusion on what movie was where and they had mixed up what movie was playing in the theather
Always loud disrespectful people there. You can hear the kids playing outside too. Teenagers are the worst, had a girl talking half way through the movie with her boyfriend and her cell phone on BRIGHT until I made a loud remark because shooshing her wasnt enough, every time I go I have a horrible experience, never fails. Staff needs to do a walk through and watch hoe their patrons are.
Larry Miller started the reserved seating in this market. Others have been playing catch up ever sense. The food concessions are not as nice as some, but still solid. The seating, sound, and projection technology is all state of the art. Generally, Im here for the IMAX. I go for the Sunday matinee. Theres times a crowd is fun, but Im a fan of getting the seat I want and not being crowded.
Not bad for a dollar theater! $1.25 every seat every day and 75¢ on certain days. Obviously a dollar theater wont be top quality, but for a dollar or less, this place is hard to beat. Usually pretty clean and the theaters are small. When I was there the soda machines werent working and you couldnt order drinks.
I mean Its the budget theater. $1.50 movies. You get what you pay for. Seats are okay until you stand up and realize youve been torturing your back for a few hours... But definitely not the worst $1 theater Ive been to. Also the lobby lights are kinda creepy... And hurt my eyes.
I like THE movie theater and the workers But yesterday somebody stold my wifes purse they crawled under the seats. Stupid punks..ladies watch your purses and bags . And your kids if they are so desperate to go under and on the dirty sticky floor. But they are low life scum .
Ive never had a Bad experience there, If you get a seat thats not to your likening, its usually never packed so you can sit where you want. Great time and Movie every time, If your used to being pampered its not for you, but thats OK more room for me to put my feet up.
Bottom of the barrel dollar theater. The seating is beat, and the theater I went to last year had lousy audio and stained screen. Get what you pay for I suppose. Just a shame its gotten so shabby, I have a ton of good memories of this place as a child.
Terrible customer service. The manager was rude. All I asked was of my 2yr old needed a ticket and his snarky attitude was uncalled for. He slammed water cups onto the counter and was all together unprofessional. Ive had better service ast mcdonalds!
Its a dollar theater, but thats about all its got going for it, anymore. The theater is run down and not very clean. Forget about any kind of quality surround sound - but again, at a dollar, what else can you expect?
Movies only $1.50. Theaters not always smell good. Sound system could be better. Some seats not in good condition. My head always itches in the theaters, I dont know why. Maybe something in the air of the theater.
I realized halfway through my movie that I was stuck to my seat, literally. Gum all over my caboose :( its cheap and what youd expect, check your seats before sitting, but not too close, it may be disturbing.
Only a dollar which is nice... 50 cents on Wednesday or something like that... Which is nicer... But, unfortunately, at least in the theatre I went to, the sound quality was very very bad.