This place is better thought of as a small, modern day movie house as compared to a large theater. It's a small, (3 screens), independently owned and operated establishment that usually has good family fare on 2 screens and something more adult on the third. Ticket prices are less than the big name places and you won't have to refinance your house if you decide to visit the snack bar. (Which you should as they have Richardsons ice cream and bottled sodas.) This is about the best place to go of an evening or especially on a rainy vacation day with the kids.
i dilike the atmoshere also the atmosphere is awsome. and the value was not very plaesing but the value was the best value ive ever seen and am an expert at rating theartes so i am always right when it comes to theses things
There are only three small theaters mostly overrun by middle school children and the elderly. Tickets are $7.00 (only $2 cheaper than the state-of-the-art 20-plex in Danvers) and parking is a problem on busy nights.