This historic landmark has been a part of "The Loop" since 1924 and is recognized by the National Register of ... More
This historic landmark has been a part of "The Loop" since 1924 and is recognized by the National Register of Historic Places. This theater has known many owners in its lifetime, but the present ones are responsible for restored it to the elegance and 1920s atmosphere it now possesses. Show times are listed on the theater's Web site and can also be obtained by calling the information desk. The theater has a large variety of snacks to munch on and offers devices for the hearing impaired, as well as senior citizen discounts and Tivoli souvenirs.
Just to know it was built before the Fox and how it has survived many pitfalls over the years,is amazing. Joe Edwards did a fantastic job restoring the splendor of the era. I enjoy the varity of movies offered. The manager and staff are extremely adapt to make your movie going expreience a delightful one.
My wife and I have frequented the Frontenac Landmark theatre for many years and have enjoyed the movies there. We usually see two at a time. Most movies there have been very enjoyable; some have been merely adequate.
So, to our surprise recently, we saw a film that was really bad (I Love Huckabees). We were surprised that, despite what I read, that it was so badly written and acted. After about 25-30 minutes, we decided we couldn't take it any more and walked out. That's when we found out that your policy is so strangely narrow. One must leave a disliked film within TWENTY minutes in order to qualify for something like a pass to another film in the future. (NOTE: this is the first time in almost 20 years that we disliked a film so much).
Given the facts presented: we see two at a time; we go there frequently; we check reviews, etc., we thought it reasonable to ask for passes (not refund). Your staff at the Frontenac was adamant. We stayed a few minutes too long! (trying to give the film a chance to pick up or improve).
This has caused us to go to the Frontenac much less frequently and to let our friends know how narrow and consumer-unfriendly your policy is.
I'm curious to hear your clarification of the "terrible movie" response. Hopefully, you are more humanistic than the staff you have at Frontenac.
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