Tucson >AMC Loews Foothills 15
Multiplex and megaplex theater chain shows mainstream movies in a plush setting..
In 1920, Edward Durwood opened a single-screen picture house in Kansas City, Mo. Over the next 40 years, his company went on to pioneer the use of four- and six-screen theaters. In 1969, the company incorporated as American Multi-Cinema Inc. in honor of its signature multiplexes. Now, the company is known for theaters with 14 or more screens, as well as innovations such as armrests with built-in cup holders, stadium seating with LoveSeats, ATM-style ticketing and online ticket purchasing.
first impressions. Tickets are cheap, without much of a wait in line. Staff is neither friendly nor courteous. The girl taking tix seemed to be pissed off that she had to be there and the boy working the concession was rude. So what, right? We go to the movies to sit and watch movies. We saw Stay Alive, which was kinda scary but the big green line caused by something in projection remained jumping around the screen through the entire movie. It became a distraction. The seating and interiors are passable at best. You would think that with the overpriced snacks, they could buy decent seating and new projection.
Don't come hungry.... This theatre is a little dated but offers the latest shows. Only a few complaints: 1) the sound can be deafening 2) be prepared to sit through 20 minutes of trailers for upcoming shows 3) the food costs way more than the show!
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