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Regal Movieplex Cromer

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Shirley-7 wrote a review Feb 2020
England230 contributions71 helpful votes
We live a few miles away and decided to go and see '1917' ( brilliant film ). The cinema is lovely, clean, comfortable roomy seats, with polite and friendly staff. Situated in the centre of town near to a car park. It was excellent to be able to book on line and choose seats ( small booking fee applies). As seniors tickets were £7 each. will definitely visit again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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daipp wrote a review Jan 2020
Cromer, United Kingdom21 contributions23 helpful votes
I have been going to this cinema for over 40 years. My aunt used to do the bookings for the cinema from her shop on the corner of Hans Place and Louden Road. One of the earliest films I remember seeing was Live and Let Die when a Mr. Norris was manager - I also remember that he was ex-army and drove a VW Beetle. Anyway, back to my visit. This time it was to see the film "1917". Since my work to restore and repair the WW1 War Memorial in Cromer, I have done a great deal of research and reading into the "Great War" so this film was something I have been looking forward to since last May. My Great-Grandfather was killed in "1917" at the Passchendaele so part of me was thinking about that particular conflict. The film was brilliant and captivated everyone in the cinema. At the end, something happened which I have only seen happen once before. As the credits rolled, nobody moved or spoke. Everyone stayed silent and sat still. Whether the film deserved this or it was a mark of respect I don't know - personally, I think it was both. The last time by the way was in Florida, September 2006 when I went to a cinema with my son to watch "World Trade Center". The cinema is a little gem. It has 4 screens - this time I was in Screen 1 - the largest of the screens. At the opposite side of screens, the smallest is Screen 4 which is a cosy little theatre and is like a luxury cinema in your own house. I always try and sit in an aisle seat on the left side facing the screen so I can move my right leg around. Fortunately, the staff at the cinema have become used to me asking for this so are always able to accommodate my request. Accessing the cinema is not a challenge either as they have a ramp meaning I do not have to negotiate the steps. On this point, Screen 1 is ramped all the way to your seat with no steps so again, absolutely perfect. The selection of films is always up-to-date and they have special screenings here which come from The National Theatre, Royal Opera House in Covent Garden and Royal Shakespeare Company to name a few. The staff are great and always agreeable. There is a bar, popcorn and confectionery, ice cream available at a reasonable price. Yes, you can travel to the city and sit in a larger seat with a few hundred people and see a film in 3D but if you want good service, latest films in a convenient cinema that delivers what you expect this cinema ticks all the boxes. What shall I see next?
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Harry P wrote a review Jan 2020
Northampton, United Kingdom144 contributions48 helpful votes
What a fantastic little cinema this is. Went to spend a day by the sea and thought we’d do something very different. We decided to watch a film and to be honest, didn’t even know this place existed. Parking was quite close and once in the place we found staff to be very polite. We were upstairs and it felt like going into someone’s front room. Smallest one we’ve been to but the quality was great. Was a bit of an issue getting upstairs as my wife is disabled but worth the struggle. Our children (13 and 10) really liked the quirkiness of the place and well worth visiting again!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ajh64 wrote a review Nov 2019
Norwich, United Kingdom89 contributions33 helpful votes
We love the Regal and have had movie magic cards for several years now making frequent visits a bargain. Multiple screens, small but in good condition. It is possible to book specific seats on line and you are met by friendly staff eager to please. Wide range of snacks, hot and cold drinks and reasonable value pick and mix for the youngsters. Situated in the centre of town and a good range of up to the minute films and streamed shows every day.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Alison23lufbra wrote a review Oct 2019
Loughborough, United Kingdom1,483 contributions419 helpful votes
Lovely vibe with good choice of films! Conveniently situated in the middle of town-great for a nice evening out or wet afternoon!!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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