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Amc Loews Metreon 16 in San Francisco, CA
1.AMC Emeryville 16
5614 Shellmound St
Theater #9 @ 8:00PM is very dirty inside.
2.Cinemark 16 Pleasant Hill
125 Crescent Dr
This is my theater choice in the area - between downtown walnut creek and this pleasant hill location I will pick PH every time. The parking is easier, the access is better, and the staff is friendly.
1000 Van Ness Ave
Great theater! Great parking - convenient, but a tad expensive. Also, the gym I used to belong to, I believe, is at the same building. I say used to, because I've given up on that. Now I eat hot buttered popcorn at the theater. Extra salt and butter please!
135 4th St
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Screen Count: 16
1881 Post St
Screen Count: 8
1881 Post St
Movie TheatersHalls, Auditoriums & Ballrooms
5614 Bay St Ste 220
This movie theater is not bad. The seats are comfortable and the floors seemed clean. I hate sitting in a theater with sticky floors. The prices aren't the cheapest, but nowadays it seems like these higher prices are the norm. Overall, they are a decent movie theater with a pleasant staff that is fairly clean and comfortable.
5614 Shellmound St
625 Camellia Ct
400 Newpark Mall
Screen Count: 12
45200 Industrial Dr
12.Four Star Theatre
2200 Clement St
I love the four star! It's only six blocks away from my house and it has a great selection of movies. I've been there once and it is a little on the old side, but I love that its tucked in the Richmond and was able to watch a movie completely by myself. The staff is super friendly and their is a large variety of concessions.
13.Century San Francisco Centre 9 and XD
845 Market St
Screen Count: 9
895 Ofarrell St
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2534 Mission St
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Knock on wood I've been almost a dozen times and have yet to have a bad experience. They make it look so easy! My only complaint is that it is a little loud inside.
429 Castro St
Went to the Frameline's film festival the other night to view Baby Jane? The theatre was packed with an enthusiatic audience. The enviornment is wonderful, the decor magnificent. A thrill to watch a film there. It is great that the theatre was restored to it's true intent. Love seeing films in old theatres. The cinaplex can not hold a candle to the old beauties.
1881 Post St
After sifting through many movie theatre reviews we chose the Sundance Kabuki Cinema in Japantown mostly because it gave us the choice to choose our seats online while we purchased our tickets. The reviews were great so we hopped on the bus and headed over for our 10:15p.m. showing of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. The reason choosing our own seats was so important was because of the massive lines we wanted to avoid from all the crazy Harry Potter mania. It was a good choice because it was nice to sit and relax with some hot Peet's Coffee in the comfortable seating area right outside our theater instead of freezing our butts off waiting in lines that extended around an entire theater building. The seats were comfy and roomy (almost too comfy), the popcorn smelled amazing, there was a restaurant (which was closed at the time), the crowd was young, and the movie was awesome! We definitely will be coming back to this theater for our next movie.
18.Embarcadero Center Cinema
1 Embarcadero Ctr
We are so lucky to have The Embarcadero Center Cinema in San Francisco. The theatre is clean and well maintained. They have THE BEST foreign and independent films. It's close to Tadich Grill for lunch or dinner.
19.Delancey Street Foundation
600 The Embarcadero
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We are considered the country s leading residential self-help organization for substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom. Our average resident has been a hard-core drug addict for sixteen years, abusing alcohol and multiple drugs and has dropped out of school at the 7th grade and has been institutionalized several times. Many have been gang members, most have been trapped in poverty for several generations. Rather than hire experts to help the people with problems, we decided to run Delancey Street with no staff and no funding. Like a large family, our residents must learn to develop their strengths and help each other. It is an approach to changing lives that is against all odds.
2340 Chestnut St
This theater is my favorite place to go when I'm bored. I don't know what it is about it, but it's just so fun to go to such a great place that has great movies, but in a cozier athmosphere. Best of all, there are two parking lots... each of which are only four blocks away.
21.The Balboa Theatre
3630 Balboa St
This is a great little theatre. Friendly staff, great shows, and two for the price of one viewings. Yay!
22.Carmike Cinemas - Sundance Kabuki - San Francisco, CA
1865 Post St
Probably the best movie theater experience I will ever have. Never has going to a cinema felt so classy and entertaining. Everybody likes dressing up when they go and having a few glasses of wine while watching their favorite movies. I can't think of a better way to spend time at the movies. And the overall decor just adds to a completely different theater-going experience. So the experience is wonderful.. You don't feel like you're in a trashy cinema with popcorn all over the floor and sticky seats (ugh!) I suppose the only drawback is that the prices can be expensive. But this ironic revelation strikes you and you have to remind yourself that this is a movie theater, nothing's ever going to be cheap! Now I'm just waiting for the miraculous one day I'm waiting in line to buy a glass of red and I run into Mr. Redford himself.
23.United Artists Stonestown Twin
501 Buckingham Way
Great deal NOW- all films at all times at $3.50 thats right -They are now playing what I would call second run films. Those that have been released to the public and now are at the end of thier run- if you can wait go see it here and Tuesday nights are $2.00 popcorn night !
85 W Portal Ave
This atmospheric little gem is more of a cinema-going pleasure than most of the central overstuffed multiplexes in the city. Remodelling has led to comfortable seating, a pleasant foyer, and all but eliminated noise interference between auditoria. Audio-visual quality is good, and one is not drowned in advertisements for thirty minutes before the feature either. Recommended.
25.Alamo Drafthouse New Mission Cinema
2550 Mission St
Love the no talking rule! Food and service is great. This is how cinema should be. decent food and a Complete Movies experience.
26.Alamo Drafthouse New Mission
2550 Mission St
Movie TheatersDinner Theaters
best movie theater in the world! no more standing in line for popcorn and missing the first part of your movie! they bring it to you!!!
3117 16th St
Movie TheatersAmusement Places & Arcades
I belive five star is a stamdard of good ranlk
2149 Chestnut St
good place. good seating. great concessions great food good people. great movie selection. nice neighborhood theatre. always enjoy seeing movies here. I look forward to seeing any more movies here.
1062 Valencia St
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I just saw ""The May Day Parade"" performed by Wayne Harris. The show was funny and poignant, I really enjoyed it. IIt completes its extended run soon. The final shows are Saturday nights 11/22/2008, 11/29/2008 and 12/6/2008.\r \r I highly recommend this show.\r \r The staff and venue at the Marsh are perfect for intimate, personal performances. The locations seat a very limited number of people at the performers are close enough to touch (but please don't).\r \r \r \r SUPPORT THE ARTS. GO TO A LIVE SHOW INSTEAD OF A MOVIE!
2261 Fillmore St
A very cute cozy theatre. Dim intimate lighting is a major plus. However, they keep advertising Dolby Digital sound on thier marquee, but they often don't show the movie in digital sound. Also, the selection of movies they show here doesn't turn over enough. They'll usually show a film for 8-12 weeks.
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