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Arclight Cinemas - Hollywood
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6360 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
6360 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90028
All-reserved seating. Hassle-free experience. No late seating. Members receive $1 off, can earn/redeem points, and more. Advertising-free environment. Signature caramel corn. 
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Popular chain of movie theaters boasts reserved seating, on-site bars & high-tech sound & picture.- Google
"Definitely coming back to this movie theater again from now on."
10 reviewers
"And of course the assigned seating is super nice."
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Tommy Honton
a month ago
Despite LA being a movie town, the city really lacks any A+ theaters. ArcLight comes close, but still misses the mark slightly. To start with on the plus side, reserved seating in every theater which is a quickly becoming a requirement in for theaters in LA. Their membership program is also fantastic. You earn points for every purchase and can redeem them for concessions or tickets (although concessions are a better value than redeeming for tickets). They made it a paid membership a few years ago which some people complained about, but they also added a number of benefits like monthly gifts, ability to pre-buy tickets before they on sale, and free tickets to older movies they sometimes show. Plus, if you visit enough (12 times in a year), you get big perks like a free ticket on your birthday. Another big plus is they take movies seriously, so the audio and video presentation is always spot on. They also take the whole no texting/talking mandate seriously, so you're less likely to get bugged here by rude patrons. Finally, on the big plus side, indie films get nice treatment here. If a film opens in only a few cities, you can bet it'll show up at the ArcLight. On an odd note, their membership takes a discount on tickets purchased online whereas you pay more when you buy in person. In a smart move, they recently fixed the issue about exchanging tickets purchased online and having to pay the difference which was very silly. The negatives: Prices. They're high, both for tickets and concessions. You could argue it's for the atmosphere, but for the price, the seats should be better which brings me to... The seats. Another negative. They do have decent-sized armrests so you aren't always having to wrestle with your neighbor over space on it, but the seats are stiff and not the most comfortable. I've had a number of times the seats I am on are stained or broken, even. All this being said, it's still the best place to see a movie in LA, at least until Alamo Drafthouse arrives. 5 stars for the quality, docked one star for the prices and seats.
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John Houser
3 months ago
Favorite things about the arclight? Nice large chairs, cool costume displays in the front lobby, nice selection of big name and art house films. And of course the assigned seating is super nice. What I don't like is that there is no free parking unless you're lucky to find the few street parking spots.
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Richard Stanley
5 months ago
Wait in line to get into the parking structure and to find a parking space. Wait in line at the parking elevator. Wait in line to get your ticket. Wait in line to get into the theater area. Wait in line to use a urinal. Wait in line at the concession stand. Wait in your seat 20 minutes before the trailers. Wait in your seat through 20 minutes of trailers for a too-long, too-loud movie to start. Wait in line to exit the theater. Wait in line to pay the parking fee. Wait in line at the parking elevator. Wait in line to exit and to descend to the ticket gate. Such fun for only about $20+ per person at the Arclight in Hollywood!
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Miranda Keala Priestley Norris
7 months ago
4.5 stars, to be more accurate. The seats in Auditorium 3 of the Dome could be updated, but the theater itself is beautiful! I love choosing my seats online, of course, and recommend doing so to ensure an open selection. I had read that others found the curved screen distracting when sitting to the side, so I wanted to make sure we got center seats. We did (Row M) and it was some of the best a/v I've had in a while. Perfection! They validate for the garage; the staff is friendly; it's super clean. Definitely worth the extra couple of bucks for a ticket.
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Jenelle Bossett
2 months ago
This movie theater is like no other....THE DOME!!!! Never mind the sticky floors, the culmination of odd smells and the fact that its located in its own complex off to the side of the main theater. Focus on the sheer size if the screen, the amazing sound and the movie-goer friendly stadium seating. Yes it's everything you've ever wanted in a theater and I never even knew it existed! Thee main theater has some universally appealing features that adds to the experience. 1. Pretty handy parking structure. 2. A busy and quaint cafe that serves coffees and lattes. (Line was hella long) 3. A bustling bar that also serves food. ( was a wait to be seated, the bar area was self seating) Overall super cool place for your movie going experience, highly recommend.
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Stacey L
6 months ago
Always have a great movie experience here. Nice domed theater with awesome sound and plush movie seats. Tickets are pricier than an AMC but definitely worth it. Even has a bar area outside if you want a to grab a drink after the movie. Like that you can reserve seats before hand and not have to worry about getting crappy front row seats. Lots of parking available in their parking structure.
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Jake Boley
3 months ago
Best cinema in LA. It isn't fancy like some of the old picture houses in the neighborhood, but everything revolves around the film itself, which after all is the reason you go out to a movie instead of waiting for it to (maybe) crop up on Netflix or whatever - perfect picture, perfect sound, quiet audience, and best of all...reserved seating. It ruins my day when I go to a theater and people are talking, texting, munching loud food, etc. Never happens here. It is clean, comfortable, and yeah, expensive, but it is really Hollywood's criterion cinema house, so it is probably worth the extra money.
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Eden Jeffries
7 months ago
One of the best theater experiences you'll get aside from a Hollywood Premiere, and considering the high pricing, it should be nothing but great! It is reserved seating so you can choose your seats and if you order online, you don't have to worry about the theater being full or your favorite seats being taken. The modern and sophisticated design, presentation, and quality screening make it an inviting place to be. The theater is always clean and the staff are always friendly and helpful. The seats are mostly comfy and sits back a bit. Since it is located in the prime area this is a popular theater for industry events and screenings. The concessions have your usual items but upgraded quality/brands to cater to the elite crowds. They also sell alcohol drinks that you can bring into some theaters. This area also has some great quick and easy restaurants around so it's easy to grab a bite to eat before or after your movie. Parking is validated.
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