Thursday, April 18, 2013

Thursday Theatre Review: AMC Century City 15

Weekly to a returning weekly feature here at Movies with Abe, Thursday Theatre Review. I had the chance to spend a few months in Los Angeles, and though I’m now back in New York City, it’s worth recognizing the good and bad theatres I attended while in L.A. There’s no perfect theatre, but there are a few things that can make or break a movie-going experience. In no particular order, this is a guide to movie theatres in L.A.


AMC Century City 15

Location: On Santa Monica Boulevard, it’s part of the Century City mall. Right outside you’ll find plenty of shops and a luxurious food court. Parking is free for the first three hours, $4 for up to 5 hours, and $1 each additional 15 minutes.

Pricing: Since it’s part of the AMC chain, prices are standard. Regular shows are $13.75, and any films before noon are $7.

Film selection: It’s a strong set, and they often have big films in limited release early, like “Zero Dark Thirty.” I spent a good deal of time at this theater, seeing “Argo” and “Flight” as a double feature and “Anna Karenina,” “Skyfall,” and “The Hobbit” as a triple-feature.

Seating: Like most other L.A. theatres, seating is assigned when you purchase your ticket. All of the auditoriums are stadium seating, which is definitely a plus. It’s a big place.

Bonus features: The lobby, which is quite large, usually features a display of costumes or artwork from a current or upcoming film.

Worth the trip? Yes. This theatre is surrounded by so much that you really can make a day of it as long as, it being L.A., you factor in your parking costs. In the middle of my triple feature, a quick visit to the outdoor food court was a real treat.

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