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Regal Cinemas in Deptford, NJ
1.Regal Cinemas Cross Keys 12
151 American Blvd
Screen Count: 12
2.Regal Entertainment Group
1400 S Columbus Blvd
good location, large theater. Don't particularly care for the overpriced movie tickets these days. Watch which movies you pick and the times - some people will take small kids to see movies they ought'nt, and it can ruin a movie to have kids screaming at some of the more adult-themed scenes.
3.Regal Cinema - UA Washington Township 14
121 Tuckahoe Rd
We have visited your theatre twice! We honor you for the movies that we have seen both times! Please put us on your email notifications. firstname.lastname@example.org We want to be able to see good movies like LETTERS FROM GOD, AND FIREPROOF. JIM & ARLENE TATE (VOORHEES, NJ)
4.Regal Cinemas Burlington 20
400 W Route 38
5.Regal Cinemas Plymouth Meeting 10
1011 W Ridge Pike
Awesome screening room upgrades! !! Absolutely, no wait to see the new XMEN movie. Everywhere else was sold out. Love this theater !!!
6.Regal Cinema - UA Grant Plaza 9
1619 Grant Ave
6 - 10 Screens
7.Regal Cinema - UA King Of Prussia Stadium 16 & IMAX
300 Goddard Blvd
King Of Prussia,PA
dude the place is beautiful,clean,brite and colorful.there was one manager, her name tag said "LISA",she was so friendly and concerned with our comfort.it was almost like being a guest at her house.go and have a great time,good food,drink and atmosphere.i will be back.
8.Regal Cinemas Burlington 20
250 Bromley Blvd
This is a really nice theater. The seating is all stadium style, the sound and picture are quality and the facilities are clean. It's always a frustration for me to pay what is the "going rate" for a movie and some snacks, but at least here the popcorn is awesome (really)! Also, you can obtain a regal card and build points toward free snacks and movie tix. I highly recommend checking out this theater!
3300 Brandywine Pkwy
we went to a midnight show and it was very clean and the people was nice.......... well good back
10.Regal Cinemas Oaks 24
180 Mill Rd
This is an excellent theatre , seats are comfortable and clean , cups holders, arm rests pull up and out of the way . Theatre is clean and the people that work their are very nice and helpful
11.Regal Cinemas Warrington Crossing 22 & IMAX
140 Easton Rd Bldg F
the regal is a great place to see movies. its clean, has alot of theaters, and best of all it has stadium seating.
12.Regal Edgmont Square 10
4777 W Chester Pike
Great stadium, comfortable seating...and plenty of it.(My favorite).. Great service.. I drive over a half hour past 2 movie theatres to get to this one. I really like it!
13.Regal Entertainment Theater
104 Easton Rd
14.Regal Warrington Crossing 22
104 Easton Rd
No Internet Heading Assigned
We go out of our way to see movies here. Nice clean theater
15.Regal Independence Plaza 12 & RPX
2465 S Broad St
Enjoy the latest movies at your local Regal Cinemas. Regal Independence Plaza features stadium seating, digital projection, mobile tickets and more! Get movie tickets & showtimes now.
16.United Artists Main Street Theatre 6
3720 Main St
Really nice clean fun family oriented. Nice friendly place with excellent service. Must visit.
400 W Route 38
400 W Route 38
I thankful for the computer technology to save me time looking for a movie!
19.UA Movies at 69th Street 9
53 S 69th St
This is by far the WORST movie theater that there is. I used to work there, so I know that it isn't fully the staff's fault that the theater is so bad. To put it shortly: It attracts the worst of the worst people from West Philadelphia, and these horrible, fat people slosh into the theater (which is upstairs from the Popeyes Chicken joint) and they come in, loud, obnoxious, and boisterous, often times while bringing their ill-raised children with them, who run around all over the place, bothering and annoying other people all the while their parents are on their cell phones, refusing to control them. It's a movie-going experience ripe with babies crying and cell phone conversations going on.\r \r Besides the people, everything ELSE about the theater is bad, too. Because of the people who come in there, the place is ALWAYS dirty. And having worked there, I learned that everyone there works hard to the bone to try to keep the place clean and tidy. But after just ONE movie showing (especially if it's a kid's movie) the theater looks like Ground Zero. There's twice as much trash on the floors than in the bins. The floors are always sticky, no matter how many times the crew cleans them. Everything from soda to popcorn can be walked upon in the theater rooms. It's filthy. The worst part is the movie showings. They NEVER have anything good playing. I'm not asking for atrthouse drama, but they'll often have multiple screen showings of a bad movie (like 3 screens for ""Beverly Hills Chihuahua"") and none for ""smart"" movies (like ""Religuous"" or ""Sicko""). \r \r I think I can say that this is easily one of THE worst movie theaters in the city and you should avoid it, altogether, even if the ONLY other theater in all of West Philadelphia is the 40th street Bridge Cinema De Lux, which charges roughly $15 a ticket. I say, avoid both 69th Street AND the super expensive Bridge, though, and just wait for the movie to come out on DVD. This theater makes me avoid going out to the movies.
20.United Artists Grant Plaza 9
1619 Grant Ave
Screen Count: 9
21.Mattress Firm Cumberland Mall
3849 S Delsea Dr
The mall is much better now that they have added many more stores. The additions of Michaels, BBB and Marshalls is a huge improvement. Stores like Boscovs and JCPenney also offer something for everyone.
22.United Artist East Whiteland Township Theatre
593 Lancaster Ave
Its remote location and a local ordinance prohibiting the traditional marquee have directly impacted attendance: Generally small crowds. This means relatively few kids at the 7-8:00 shows, so you can generally enjoy a movie without the cat-callers and kids who think a movie is a place to conduct loud conversations rather than silently watch. Additionally, they sell Coca Cola products. Regal theatres finally converted to Coke, but it was too little too late. I have loathed Pepsi products for all of my 43 years. Furthermore, the Regals in the Downingtown area are still X-Generation hangouts and it's hard to enjoy and/or hear a movie in that kind of crowd. Btw - X-Generation is a Pepsi phrase. I have one difficulty with this theatre: Management is young and inexperienced, but they are trying! They are slowly coming to the realization that the customer is king! (It's good to be king!)
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