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Old 09-23-2009, 08:33 AM
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Does anyone know of any $1 movie theaters or cheap theaters? I thought I heard there was one in the HEB area???
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Old 09-23-2009, 09:27 AM
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there is discount movie theater in Richland Hills in shopping center off Hwy 26 south of the 820 Loop
don't know what price tickets are

and Tinseltown in Grapevine has first run movies for $4 adult before 6 every day and $6 at night
we go there a lot
it is well-maintained and popcorn is good--
not too much trouble with noisy pre-teens/teens on their own

go to google maps and check North Richland Hills and then search for movies
should pull them up
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Old 09-23-2009, 12:13 PM
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Cinemark Movies 8 in North Richland Hills has movies for $1.25 before 6, $1.75 after 6 except on Fri/Sat where it is $2.00. Tuesdays all day are $1.00. It has small theaters and they are not all that clean, but for the price, it's what you get. Here is a link:

Cinemark - Showtimes
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Old 12-29-2010, 07:21 AM
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Colleyville Cinema Grill has first run movies for $4 for kids and adults before 6pm. Very nice movie theater and also serves food and drinks in theater. And not overpriced. I like NRH theater, but the food is EXTREMELY expensive for a movie theater. And it's not as nice of a theater. But worth it for the 1.25 admission.
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Old 12-29-2010, 09:13 AM
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Colleyville Grill has lowered the price for all but their Imax features--but the seating is not normal row seating--there are high-back rolling chairs facing a shelf for you to put your food on--and there are some sofa-type seating with tables in front along the sides
these auds can't handled the same # of people that a conventional theater of same space can so for busy movie they can sell out quicker--concession stand for popcorn/drinks is small and there is only 1 to handle that type of food service
so lines can be long
frankly we have been there and I don't like the seating at all--difficult to get support from the chairs

we prefer Tinseltown in Grapevine which also has $4 tickets for shows before 6 and $6 for shows after--
normally clean, well-managed theater with adult manager on staff--
they also have off-duty police at night on weekends (sometimes teens try to let others slip in w/o paying--or kids trying to get into R rated flicks)
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