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what an amazing cinema!!
one of the managers of this cinema from the 80s passed away today. Ron Mulligan.
saw antlers in screen 14. the colors were a bit dull but improved towards the end of the movie. audio was good.
Rialto will reopen as a non profit.
yes. went to see halloween in dolby and it was fun. the men’s bathroom by the auditorium was closed so I had to use the unisex bathroom instead.
it was sad.
https://deadline.com/2021/10/no-time-to-die-weekend-box-office-1234852700/ kudos to this location for being #1…the movie was pure fun!!
Just came back from seeing no time to die in imax and it’s worth the weight the cinematography and the audio are top notch and waiting in line at the concession stand was much shorter than it was and they have limited supply of snacks
thoughts on the new 007?
is no time to die being shown in 70mm this weekend?
By the end of the year, new currencies related to crypto will be accepted at all locations including this one.
20 years ago today this cinema was badly damaged during the 9/11 attacks. It took time for the cinema to reopen and soon became the most famous 9/11 cinema ever.
hurricane ida affected the parking lot
they now have open captions for shang chi.
saw green knight in regular. movie was confusing despite looking good and the audio was good.
looks like u have 2 show ur vax card starting the 16th
Saw black widow in regular. Very good. Sound mix was soso as is the case with most recent Disney movies.
it’s official. https://parsippanyfocus.com/2021/07/28/its-official-cinepolis-is-not-reopening/
Saw old in Dolby yesterday and enjoyed the experience. They showed the same Shang chi trailer back to back and also the theater signs besides the Dolby are not lit up with names.
Finally went back yesterday. The safe and clean measures make it nicer. Saw quiet place ii and enjoyed it although some of the surround speakers need work.
This weekend The Marksman ended Wonder Woman’s reign as the top movie with a paltry gross of $3.7 million in what is expected to be the lowest grossing MLK weekend box office ever. Hopefully things will get back to normal and theatres like this one can show movies again while AMC is struggling to pay its woes in order to fight bankruptcy.
I remember going there when it became a Barnes and Noble right next to Starbucks and what is now AMC. Channel 7 in NYC has its studios around this area.