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Cinerama
Cinerama

Cinerama

9.920 reviews
Entertainment, Movie Theater
Ranked #56 in Seattle things to do
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2100 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 448-6680
https://cinerama.com/
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Cinerama is by far my favorite theater in Seattle. From the chocolate popcorn to extra roomy seats, I have a hard time seeing a movie anywhere else. Also Cinerama puts on great ... Read more
movie festivals. They done a kung fu movie festival, sci fi movie festival and screened 70mm classics. My partner and I even joined the Hobbit trilogy movie marathon - we had such a great time!

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Local from Seattle, Washington, USA

I enjoyed this movie theater, the room facilities were great, everything: the screen (imax), the sound, the couch. The cafeteria has plenty good options like brave horse tavern pretzels, mixed popcorn is overrated though. I hope this movie theater had more than one room and displayed more than one movie every 3-4 weeks

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Local from Seattle, Washington

EPIC renovation by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen -- this is a MOVIE THEATRE. Huge screen, 3-D, Dolby immersive stereo, comfy seats, chocolate popcorn, beer, wine, cider. Book seats I-16 and I-17 in advance. Steps away from Swallow's Rest -- grab the umbrella and run for it if the rain is chucking down!

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Great 21+ theater. 1 screen, pick your own seats when you purchase online. Chocolate Popcorn, go for the mixed.

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Local from Seattle, Washington, USA

Cinerama is by far my favorite theater in Seattle. From the chocolate popcorn to extra roomy seats, I have a hard time seeing a movie anywhere else. Also Cinerama puts on great movie festivals. They done a kung fu movie festival, sci fi movie festival and screened 70mm classics. My partner and I even joined the Hobbit trilogy movie marathon - we had such a great time!

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Local from Bellevue, Washington

LOVE this theater... huge screen, incredible sound and the best movie popcorn I have ever had. The remodel is amazing.

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Local from Seattle

Cinerama delivers an elevated, state of the art movie going experience. The concession stand has beers on tap, Theo chocolates, chocolate popcorn, and so much more!

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Local from Seattle, Washington, USA

Recently remodeled theatre with comfy leather seats. The theatre features one movie at a time on a great high tech screen with amazing surround sound. The theatre serves alcohol along with usual concessions. Make sure you purchase tickets ahead of time as they only show one movie at a time.

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Local from Seattle

Great cinema! Comfy seats and great sound system. They also have chocolate popcorn and alcohol.

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One of the nicest theaters in Seattle! The seats are comfortable and the screen and surround sound is pretty high quality. Definitely worth the $16 to watch a movie with great visual and sound effects. Love the chocolate popcorn!

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Local from Seattle

The seats have been upgraded in the last year. They are wide with plenty of leg room.

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Local from Seattle, Washington

Paul Allen's theater is one of the best places to see a flick on a rainy day in Seattle. Beyond the normal movie theater treats, they also serve beer, wine, and other local treats.

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Local from Seattle, Washington, USA

I really liked watching a movie at the newly renovated Cinerama. Some things I noticed right off the bat included the costume display, the chocolate popcorn and wine a beer offerings. The lines could get a tad long close to the movie start time, but they were moving. Price wise, I thought they were quite reasonable, $5 for a small bag of popcorn.

The theater itself is nicely done. A huge movie screen and comfy seats that lean back. The aisle have lots of leg room so you don't have to get up when ppl walk by. I really appreciate that you can preselect seats, which means you can show up close to the start time and still get a good seat.

Definitely will be back.

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Local from Seattle, Washington, USA

A lot of Seattleites like to see the year's big “event” movies at one of the chain multiplexes, but the Cinerama in Belltown has those places beat, hands down. The screen there is gigantic and the sound system is a beast. The concession stand is also a cut above the boring candy of the mall theaters. They stock locally produced chocolate, gourmet soda and even fresh cupcakes. The lobby has some cool props on display from classic films, so it's a cool place to hang out before and after the movie.

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A gorgeous single screen theater with a 70mm wide screen where I watched Battle Royale before it found distribution here in the United States. It was great to see cringe-worthy moments spread large and unavoidable as you watched students die one after the other in creative ways. I was surprised to discover that it was built in 1963 as it feels like a theater that's been around since the 20's - it is only one of three cinemas left in the world which can show a film with three projectors at once to produce Super Cinerama. I think this sort of spectacular is untenable in this age of digital cinema, but thankfully there are patrons out there who can preserve the experience and it's worth seeing if you get the chance. As a side note, it is technically updated for 3D and Digital projection so you should spend the extra bucks just to experience this beautiful landmark.

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Local from Seattle, Washington

Fully renovated movie theater with some incredible chocolate popcorn.

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Local from Seattle

Best movie theater ever.

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Local from Seattle

amazing new seats! every seat is a good seats love this theater.

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Spokane, Washington, USA
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