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Dollar Movie Theaters in Austin, TX
2901 S Capital Of Texas Hwy
Super, Super Awesome!!1!Valentina so so nice and might I say, cute. Employees all very friendly and can work together even on the most stressful opening nights! She'll be supervisor one day..god loves
2.Regal Cinemas Arbor 8 at Great Hills
9828 Great Hills Trl Ste 800
This is my favorite theater in Austin. It shows foreign and artsy films that the mainstream theaters do not show. It is easy to get to and park and there are great restaurants within walking distanc
5501 S Interstate 35
Okay like really why charge full kids price for a one year old....like the kid is really going to pay attention to a love story or action movie....even ""G"" movie...\r I think they should not charge
4.Moviehouse & Eatery
8300 N Fm 620 Rd
Movie TheatersAmusement Places & Arcades
Good food and comfortable seats. Prices are reasonable. I'm looking forward to returning again soon.
5.Alamo Downtown Theatre
320 E 6th St
The Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz will be playing An Audience of One March 30th and 31st. It's a funny, yet chilling documentary about a pentacostal minister whose vision of a big budget film goes wron
6.Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 Congress Ave
You would think, especially with their proximity to UT, that this IMAX would balance the Texas educational presentations with popular mainstream movies. But unfortunately Austinites still have to driv
13729 N Highway 183 Ste 1500
You can't beat a $2 matinee. Comfortable seating and cherry-vanilla Dr. Pepper.What's not to like?
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