312 W 34th St., New York, NY | Directions 1000140.752567 -73.994355
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Chelsea
its clean... – Clean. That's the biggest deal here in the city since everyone charges the same amount and shows the same thing (for the most part). So yeah, what more can you ask for.
Broken distorted 3D glasses,out of 100 found NONE not warped – Their 3D Imax glasses are all distorted beyond belief.
I went through three racks of them with the manager Mike to find the horrible ones I was finally given.
If I had not needed to wait in AC for two hours for my friend I would have left. I was trapped.
This is my neighborhood theater and it is the first time these cheap warped glasses were given out.
FIX THE PROBLEM OR I WILL NEVER GO TO YOUR THEATER AGAIN.
WHAT A RIP OFF
The lens is not flat and reflected in four spots like a mirror into your eyes while trying to watch the film.
Patches of blinding glare.
SHAME ON YOU FOR RIPPING OFF AMERICANS.
YOU ARE UN AMERICAN.
BATHROOM AND STAFF WAS TERRIBLE! – First of the staff was rude and nasty. I told the staff yesterday (11-24-2009) about my problem and they was just laughing in boyfriend and I face. I could the manger and she didn't do nothing about the problem. The bathroom was disgusting. I am 4 months pregnant and their was no toliet paper in the womans' bathroom. In the mens bathroom their was urine on the floor, is this a place to run a business. This is DISGUSTING. I can be reach be e-mail or phone 347-788-7261 and my name is Frances. Thanks for the help you can do for me.
Frances and Jamar
Restaurant designer-of-choice David Rockwell put his imprimatur on this film complex. – The Scene
Located at the base of extravagant green-glass skyscaper Penmark Towers, this theater is a stab at bringing back some drama to the act of moviegoing. Renowned designer David Rockwell pulled out all the stops with Spanish-flavored interior design, a nod to old Hollywood.
With 14 state-of-the-art screens and 3,000 seats stuffed into 100,000 square feet of space, this member of the Loews family is a monster. But multiple indoor box offices, an open guest services kiosk and accessible concession stands make patrons' lives a little easier. Other goodies: stadium-style theatres with Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, oversized high-back rocking chair seats, plush love seats and more leg room ... need we say more?
Consistent Quality Service – Is it me or are the prices cheaper here? You won't get the whack crowds here and the place is a little more well maintained than some of the Times Square locations. The movie selection is typically very good as the general experience here has been just as good.
my first choice for any movie – Been coming to this location since they opened and always look here first to view a movie before looking at locations further uptown. CLEAN, quick (especially when all the automated ticket machines are working) and good sound systems without making me grind my teeth (like places that have that THS(?) system. Comfy seats and haven't even had to wait too long for the rest room either. Guest services desk should ALWAYS be manned though.
Hidden treasure – The theater was immaculate and not crowded. Ticket and concession lines were fast. The only drawback is their is no restroom on the fourth floor. You have to go up a floor. This isn't a big deal unless you have to go during the show. It will take you a while. Also, I got a little work out in when the escalaters weren't turned on.
OMG!! – Well, I've been here ever since they opened...I've always loved it and I still come whenever I get a chance! Definitely a theatre to visit when your around...they always play great movies!
Pleasant Experience – I visited this theater for the first time, last night. I purchased my ticket and received a coupon to see my next movie for 50% off. The ticket seller, ticket collector, and concession stand person said "Welcome to Loew's" and were polite. The seats in the movie theater were stiff (non-reclining) but comfortable. The stereo sound system was excellent; loud enough to enjoy without being overbearing. The theater was clean and so was the restroom. It was huge, with no waiting in line! When the movie was finished, a staff person was at the door to let people know where the restrooms were located. I'll go back again to enjoy my 50% off ticket!
Cramped Seating – Is it just me, or is the seating at this theatre much more cramped than the E-walk? Also, I printed out tickets purchased online at home thinking it would save me time -- not so. I had to go to customer service to exchange the printout for a real ticket, but NO ONE WAS THERE. No one within 500 feet. I had to yell and scream to get someone to come over and give me access. I will never print out movie tickets at home again, especially for this theatre.
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