Imax Locations & Hours Near Brownsburg, IN -
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  • 1.IMAX Theatres

    650 W Washington St


    13.98 miShowtimes

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    This place is the premium place to be to watch a movie. Action movies really stand out with the aound and the effects maybe like the Amazing spiderman or Dark knight rises

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By: Jt P.
Bob Evans
If you get the dedicated servers ur set! If ur there on the right days for cooks ur set! The atmosphere is old and way uncomfortable and not very handicap friendly! If Zack is ur server he’s the best! He will take care of you!
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By: Kristen M.
Bob Evans
Their website is down and won't take your order. You then call in to order, they don't take pick up orders after 8:30pm. The website says they are open til 10pm. Something doesn't add up. You can't get them to take a pick up order.
By: skip.smith.102361
A Stone's Throw
I was told there was no smoking in the restaraunt but nobody enforces that rule....I got so sick I couldn't finish my meal...never again...
By: waseda
Hurricane Grill & Wings
Eat before you go there. The food is very bad. Who serves fish and chips but does not have vinegar to go with it? The fish could have come from captain D's. The salmon entree was very fishy and tasted like it was cooked in the microwave. the rice that came with the salmon entree was uncooked and the waitress confirmed they cook it in a microwave.Crunchy rice is not very good. After we left the Hurricane grill we went out to eat someplace else since we could not eat the food they served. The drinks were fine.
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