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Movie Theaters in Seattle, WA
1.Three Dollar Bill Cinema
1520 Bellevue Ave0.65 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
2.Regal Cinemas Meridian 16
1501 7th Ave0.39 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
Best place downtown with a veriety of shows available at every hour, great for an impromtu date or get-together.
2100 4th Ave0.71 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
I LOVE this theater. The most unique in Seattle for so many reasons. They played Blade Runner last month and the auditorium was over half full! From the velvet curtains, no commercials, the sparkly ceiling, the retro decor, the very mature audience that seems to frequent this theater...everything about Cinerama is a plus in my book (Besides the seats needing to be replaced)...
4.Landmark Harvard Exit
807 E Roy St1.39 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
From the moment you walk into this vintage brick theater built in the 20’s, on a neighborhood tree-lined Capitol Hill street, you will be transported back in time to old Hollywood. While the screen and sound have been modernized, the lobby continues to boast a 1920s atmosphere with an ornate fireplace, grand piano, chandelier and plush seating reminiscent of that era. This is not only a Seattle landmark, but a not to be missed classic Seattle experience, showing newly released Independent and Foreign films on 2 Screens that you typically will not find anywhere else. Parking is on the street which can be a challenge, but it is well worth the trouble.
511 Queen Anne Ave N1.71 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
.... in a city with so little to offer in the way of a/v in theaters. Coming from the Bay Area, theaters in Seattle are atrocious. Yes, the Cinerama may be a great place, but it's been showing 'Narnia' forever. Thus, the Uptown stands out as a great theater to see a picture in Seattle, and its movie choices are good ones.
6.Sundance Cinemas Seattle
4500 9th Ave NE3.89 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
Nice place, will come again.
11749 Greenwood Ave N7.63 mi Seattle, WA Movie Theaters
Was a long term tenant and have become very concerned and disappointed the past few months. Not only has the quality of living decreased, your renters rights will not be honored. Be careful about moving in, your attempt of communication will be ignored, we found signs of illegal entry to our home while we were out of town and the manager denied and hung up on us when we confronted him. He has a personal in with the general manager/owner and their priority is NOT the tenant anymore, he has supplied letters stating “If you think complaining is going to jeopardize my job you will fail in that attempt,” not to mention the horrible grammar and spelling. Please, please be careful, I don't recommend living here, every letter, note; posting has been illegal and violates state law. He is rude, violent, condescending; he leaves childish snotty letters on your doors and will go out of his way to personally make you WANT to move with his actions. I reported all of this to the owner and she flat out refused to address anything and nothing ever came from reporting the illegal letters, entry, and concern we had for ourselves. Many people in the building (5+ years) have left because of how tenants are mistreated. I feel unsafe, un-cared for, and your needs are the last thing they worry about. They don’t seem to care if they have an empty building, that the attitude on their shoulders. You're asking to walk into legal trouble and the state REALLY needs to get involved.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.