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Guild Theatre

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949 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA 94025-4809
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Marcia K wrote a review Dec 2018
Palo Alto, California756 contributions205 helpful votes
It’s very old but very comfortable, an old time theater whose time maybe limited. Great independent films shown. You can buy tickets online but not pick a seat. Bathrooms are very small but I do love coming here!
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Susan G wrote a review Jun 2018
West Menlo Park, California29 contributions6 helpful votes
Old fashioned ambiance. They often get really good movies. I have been there several times. Usually, only two movies showing at a time.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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arntrip wrote a review Feb 2017
Menlo Park, CA157 contributions61 helpful votes
Yet another struggling local theater well deserving our allegiance. I don't know why the popcorn is so dear, maybe because the tickets are so cheap. Buy both. Great seats, I like the outside aisles so no one is in front of your view of the screen. They also book good films.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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pdrdirector wrote a review Jul 2016
Benicia, California33 contributions8 helpful votes
This theater is over 90 years old and has the charm of those theaters we attended as children, deco art and all. Seating has been upgraded a while back and is good, the staff is friendly and charming and the Hunt for the Wilderpeople was charming and heartwarming! Sam Neil was awesome!
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Date of experience: July 2016
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mini wrote a review Jul 2016
Fremont, California99,262 contributions3,824 helpful votes
We went to see Hunt of the Wilder People at the Guild Theatre on El Camino in Menlo Park. The Guild Theatre, which is part of Landmark Theater Group, has been in Menlo Park since 1926. It has updated its movie projection system so quality of the movie and sound is good. The seats are retro, meaning old style theater seats. There is some art deco decorations on the wall. There is a snack bar. Bathrooms are on the tiny side for movie theaters. There is also only movie theater so only one movie shows at a time. The theater speacializes in showing independent and foreign language films, Also twice a month the theater shows Rocky Horror Picture Show. There are city parking lots within a few minute walk from the theater. While I enjoyed going there and seeing the movie, its historic, but average in terms of movie theaters in the area.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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