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Cinema 16:9

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Cinema 16:9

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rose762016 wrote a review Jul 2016
Lansdowne, Pennsylvania109 contributions10 helpful votes
This was a great place for a fun night. Terrible Tuesdays were the best! They would show mostly black and white grade c or d movies, and you booed, hissed, and made cat calls. They sold refreshments in the lobby. However, after several years, they had to shut the doors. New, costly equipment would have been needed. Vinyl Revival has replaced Cinema 16:9. Check it out! They sell records, anything to do with records, players. Sometimes, they have films and live entertainment.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Allstar431 wrote a review Jun 2012
Yeadon, Pennsylvania113 contributions15 helpful votes
The staff is very courteous, location is safe and easy parking, the cafe next door is awesoe too..
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Date of experience: December 2011
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Adam C wrote a review Mar 2012
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania401 contributions170 helpful votes
Cinema 16:9 is a different kind of movie theater. Located within the historic Lansdowne Theater, they have The Fox and The Phoenix - two great theaters where you can see great indie, festival, foreign, and local films rand other great programming. The Fox is an intimate 40 seat theater primarily focuses on mainstream independent films, while The Phoenix is a 60 seat theater that primarily focuses on truly independent films. As the owner says, they DO bring the social back into cinema. With such limited seating, you can really share in the experience of watching meaningful entertainment, unlike at the multiplexes. They also rent dvds and blu-rays. They also have some great concessions.
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Date of experience: February 2012
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broadbeb111 wrote a review Dec 2011
Ashland, Oregon145 contributions51 helpful votes
Independent movie house in the old theatre they are trying to save- good visuals- interesting films-not an AMC or Regal style movie place. Cool- local place to visit
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Date of experience: October 2011
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