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Jump back to a country cinema in the 30's and 40's . Small, intimate and in winter wear warm clothes. Exhibit not run of the mill Hollywood blockbusters but more thoughtful, thinking persons film far. Many movies not shown at conventional mall Maxi- Plexes. Fresh...More
With small screens and uncomfortable seating, it is outrageous that they charge $12 for a matinee! What would be quaint, if mildly inconvenient (like parking difficulties, slow service, etc.), becomes annoying when paying such a high price. At the very least, a senior discount would...More
Date of experience: November 2017
David K, Owner at Bantam Cinema, responded to this reviewResponded 15 November 2017
I am sorry to hear about your experience. Monday through Thursday we offer the following reduced price tickets:
Wednesday and Thursday Evening:
We hope to see you again soon.
This is the opposite of a multiplex theatre. It's old, it's small, has good sound, not the largest screen, and seats that could be more comfortable.
That said it's a more intimate theatre experience. while not necessarily best suited to modern, hi-tech blockbusters the older...More
A gem of an old-time movie theater in a converted barn. This is the place to go to see mainstream quality films. Oscar-nominated alongside indie films with smaller scale releases. Two theaters. Limited showings. Fresh popcorn & snacks available. I purchase gift cards for this...More
We often go here to see the latest movies most recently LaLa Land. It is small and basic with not a great screen or sound system but it is adequate. Paid $12 to sit on a folding chair because it was crowded