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Movie Theaters in Amarillo, TX
1.United Artists Amarillo Star 14 IMAX & RPX
8275 W Amarillo Blvd
My experience has always went very smoothly no hassles friendly staff I'll be back! Would highly recommend
2.Tascosa Drive-in Theater
1999 Dumas Dr
Movie TheatersAmusement Places & ArcadesTheatres
my husband and I and I went to tascosa drive-in tonight and during the last movie (Battleship) not only did we have to wait around 10 minutes for them to switch reels due to some issue they had but it also skipped the last 20-30 mins of the movie. I sent my husband to find out what was going on and I could hear their attendant cussing at people all the way from my car (please note that there were still children around at this time and that is unacceptable). When I went up there he was refusing to call the manager at first, he did eventually give us a number and no one answered. He also refused to give us any kind of refund or reimbursement saying it wasn't his "curse word problem". We were paying customers that spent around $25 there tonight trying to have a nice night out. I was super disappointed with the service and offended by their attendant. At this point I seriously doubt I'll ever go back,
7701 W Interstate 40 Ste 638
Pros: Best part of going to this old theatre in Westgate Mall for me are three things: Movie Tickets are cheap (As of writing this review, $2 a person), Drinks and Snacks are a bit cheaper than at the larger theaters (but not much), and it's in the middle of the mall so you can do all your shopping, eat at a restaurant in the food court, and see a movie all at once. Also, for me, I grew up going to this movie theatre as a kid and seeing it re-opened and re-visiting it sinks deep down inside (not everyone can claim this so I didn't list it as a Pro). Cons: Movies are older (not super old but out for a while) movies that most fans and movie-goers have already seen. Also, the theaters are old and minimal maintenance has been done to keep it running, meaning much of the original construction, equipment, and facilities are there. You pay for what you get. The movies are often not of the best quality, sometimes have a faint line, smudge, or smear on the screen, and the audio sounds par to sub-par usually at best. If you are looking for a laid-back place to get off your feet, see a little show (like for kids), and just chill for a couple of hours this place will be great for you. If you're looking for a newly released, high-quality (HD) picture and audio experience with top-of-the-line facilities, snacks, bathrooms, etc. then I suggest UA or Hollywood 16.
5509 SW 9th Ave
5.Amarillo Little Theatre
2019 Civic Cir
Established in 1927, ALT is one of the oldest continuously operating community theatres in the country. Managed and operated by a staff of theatre professionals, the theatre is a 501 ( c ) and is governed by a board of directors comprised of 25 community volunteers.ALT is an important small business in the Amarillo economy with an annual budget of just over $900, 000. Over 80% of the theatre's income is "earned" revenue derived from ticket sales, advertising and academy tuition. The remaining 15-20% is "unearned" revenue from contributions and grants. Financial support for ALT comes from numerous individuals, businesses and foundations which believe the theatre to be an important element in our community's well being.ALT employs six to eight full-time staff and an additional six to ten part-time employees who teach classes in the dance and theatre academies. Much of ALT's expense budget is spent locally with lumber suppliers, paint companies, printers, fabric stores and office supply companies, etc.
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