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Movie Theaters in Harrisburg, PA
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1.Regal Cinemas Harrisburg 14
1500 Caughey Dr
The Regal Cinema has one of the nicest facilities in Pa. They tend to be a little slow keeping ticket lines moving, Ex: I went to see Why Did I Get Married and the theatre was packed but they only had 2 of their 4 lines open selling tickets.
250 Reily St
I see a lot of movies. Midtown Cinema is where I've seen the best ones. I got tired of reading the previous review which emphasized the cramped seats, so I decided to add my 2-cents' worth. Yes, the rows between seats are too narrow. And no, there aren't any cupholders. Sometimes the sound isn't always great. But the popcorn is fresh-popped and tasty and only $2.75 (can you believe it?). Almost every movie I've seen there was worth seeing (well, maybe there was a French comedy that I didn't really care for). The admission price is what movies ought to be (and used to be) - $5.50 & $6.50. There are often works of art on display along the walls. Right now, 2 first-run Golden Globes winners are playing, and every now and then you get to see those first-class movies here before the 'big-boys' decide there's enough commercial interest to show them in their theatres. I usually go Monday thru Thursday evenings or weekend matinees and almost always have several rows to myself as well as an aisle seat whenever I want to stretch my legs. Don't go expecting reclining captain's chairs and huge screens with mediocre movies that leave you wondering why you spent so much and got so little. You can stay home and watch movies like that. Check out the Midtown Cinema and experience mediocre chairs with first-rate movies that generally leave you wondering why you haven't come here more often. Just remember, the fifth row aisle seat is mine. Thanks.\r
3.Colonial Park Cinemas 4
1 Colonial Park Mall
While they do have cheap $2 movies during the day here it is VERY dirty. The floors are always sticky and there is an odd odor throughout the theater. I was Eclipse here for a few months ago and there were two teenagers sitting on one anothers lap giggling and I don't know what they were doing. I complained to the staff but nothing was done. The also don't have a great variety of showtimes.
4.Great Escape Theatres
3501 Paxton St
222 Market St
Screen Count: 1
6.Digiplex Destinations Camp Hill
3431 Simpson Ferry Rd
7.Flagship Cinemas Inc
4902 Carlisle Pike
Very good staff. Nice clean theaters. Clean restrooms too. What more do you want from a theater
8.West Shore Theatre
317 Bridge St
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Classic date nite. Affordable. Surround sound is a bonus! Walking distance of shops and bank. Snacks are inside theater which u won't find elsewhere at franchise theaters.
3432 Simpson Ferry Rd
Screen Count: 12
1150 Cocoa Ave
Screen Count: 7
185 Logan Rd
Screen Count: 1
4 W Emaus St
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Opened October 1911 the Elks Theatre is one of the oldest continuously operating movie theatres in the United States. The Elks Theatre offers first run films as well as Classic and Cult Corner film series. Your hometown theatre with hometown prices!
13.Oyster Mill Playhouse
1001 Oyster Mill Rd
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15 E Caracas Ave
The interior architecture of the Hershey Theatre is beautiful, and the venue attracts some great entertainment. However, once you get beyond the look of the place you realize this is one of the more annoying places in this area to attend an entertainment program. In late spring and summer, the air-conditioning system is anemic. You won?t find relief from the water fountains in the theatre, either: warm water dribbles weakly down each fountain spout, the result of poor water pressure. However, the theatre staff will gladly sell you water to quench your thirst: for $2.00 a small bottle!\r \r The most annoying aspect of Hershey Theatre, however, is the arrangement of the orchestra seating. The seats descend from the back toward the stage at only a slight downward rake, so when seated you are positioned behind the row directly in front of you at nearly the same head level. The seats are staggered so that ideally you should have a clear sightline to the stage between the two heads of the patrons seated in front of you. However, if you happen to be seated behind a pair of the me-first-and-the-hell-with-you locals who seem to inhabit central PA in abundance, you are out of luck. You?ll be treated to the sight of the pair?s silhouetted heads leaning toward each other all evening, blocking your view as they comment aloud on every single move, spoken line, sung note, or dance step that occurs on stage. If you are ill-advised enough to say something to these shifting, chattering clowns, you?ll likely end up in an unpleasant ?how dare you?? confrontation simply for your audacity in expecting to actually see the show you paid for.\r \r Hershey Theatre is therefore best avoided if you can possibly catch the same show in a venue featuring something closer to arena seating.\r
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