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This IMAX theater, located inside the California Science Center, allows guests to view some exciting films on one of the largest screens there are. The seven-story IMAX screen is the largest in all of Los Angeles. The IMAX experience is something you have to see for yourself. Group rates and reservations are available.
Located in the Korea Town area of Los Angeles, CGV Cinemas LA spotlights big box movies as well as burgeoning Asian films. The theater is spacious and modern with assigned seating. Asian movies are played with English subtitles, making these foreign flicks more accessible to the general public. The concession stand serves traditional Korean sweet popcorn that is delicious down to the last popped kernel. Movies are introduced by one of the attendants and parking is validated with proof of a movie ticket. All in all, a fun and unique movie-going experience for those in LA.
This classic independent movie theater contains one single screen and normally shows more obscure films, but does however mix in the Hollywood blockbuster. The interior of the theater contains a very lavish Egyptian-style decor. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Be it cinema or musical performance, one is in for some big-time entertainment for sure.
Los Angeles is the capital of the entertainment industry but there isn't a big audience to appreciate the treasures of the cinema's past. Thankfully, in addition to the museums and cultural organizations, there's still a commercial theater dedicated to screening classics and cult favorites. On this big screen, owned by Quentin Tarantino, you can see all the classics with other cinematic hits.
The Egyptian Theater was opened in 1922 after King Tut's tomb was discovered in Egypt on November 26, 1922, and Egyptian fever was gripping the nation. Robin Hood, starring Douglas Fairbanks, was the first film to show at the Egyptian. A year later, The Ten Commandments had its premiere there. It was eventually sold to American Cinematheque, who restored it to its original glory. Besides screening classic films, new independent films and documentaries, it also occasionally rents out the theater for special events, such as the premiere of The Prince of Egypt, which re-opened the theater.
Originally built in 1926, this theater was completely renovated in 1991 by Pacific Theatres and The Walt Disney Company. It's now a premier movie palace that Disney uses to showcase its animated and children's features. Special features begin with a live stage show with a singing and dancing chorus of familiar Disney characters. Often short cartoons will precede the main show. Be sure to call or check the website for the movie and show times.
La plupart des gens qui visitent cette adresse ne viennent pas pour y découvrir le premier projecteur de films, mais pour prendre des photos du Walk of Fame situé à l'extérieur. Le théâtre en lui-même est le plus ancien et le plus grand du pays. Ses écrans sont énormes et son système audio excellent. L'entrée du théâtre est décoré de dragons et de lions, vous souhaitant la bienvenue. Jetez un oeil à son intérieur, qui reflète sa gloire passée. Le Mann's a la particularité d'avoir été la première salle à diffuser Le magicien d'Oz, et d'être l'amphitrion des Academy Awards. Ayant prit part à de très nombreuses émissions télévisées, il fait parti du décor hollywoodien. A l'extérieur, vous retrouverez des agences de visites guidées et des boutiques de souvenir.
This independently owned Los Angeles chain of eight theaters is known for showing big block buster movies alongside award winning indie films and foreign flicks, making for a well-rounded entertainment experience. The Laemmle Royal location in the West Los Angeles neighborhood offers more than just your average movie-goer experience. Special discounts for premier card holders (just a quick sign-up) will get you free medium sized popcorn on Thursdays, seniors day on Wednesdays, and student prices on Sunday after 6p. Aside from the discounts, prices are incredibly affordable, including the concession stand, making movie night easier on the wallet!