Geh Toe. Horrible-not the theater's amenities, the lack of law in the theater. It's a zoo-primarily because of the teen factor. Kids walk in and out of theaters constantly, talking loudly and using their cells. Management does nothing, even once a complaint is lodged. Went tonight, hadn't been there for a year or so...I'll not be going back. In addition to the revolving door of teens walking in and out (using the theater as a meet up, I couldn't pay attention to the movie for more than 30 seconds at a time. Finally left after 20 minutes and got my money back. On my way out, I see a kid about 6 years old, hoisting himself up on the balcony rail, looking over with his friends (about 2 years older than him)..not a parent to be seen, not an employee anywhere in sight to prevent what could be a tragic fall from 3 stories up. Horrible experience, I'd say any theater in the MD/DC/VA area has GOT to be better than this one. I give it 1 star b/c '0' stars isn't an option.
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.
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