Loews Liberty Tree Mall Cinema 1-2
96 Commonwealth Avenue,
5 people favorited this theater
Previous Names: Sack Liberty Tree Mall Cinema
Built as a deluxe single screen by Loews in 1969 on a piece of land away from the main mall itself. It was a twin to the Natick Loews Cinema. A beautiful single screen house with mural of movie stars gracing the top of the lobby. It was sold to Sack Cinemas in the 70s and later twinned.
Sack later built a cement box four screen complex across the highway (later making it six by splitting two of those houses into bowling alley type auditoriums.) The Liberty Tree Theatre was often booked with lesser films even though it had more seats due to a bad contract it had with the mall.
It closed when Loews built a new complex inside the mall building in the 90s and was demolished in 2002 for a sporting goods store.
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater.