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6360 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028
6360 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90028
$$Movie Theater
All-reserved seating. Hassle-free experience. No late seating. Members receive $1 off, can earn/redeem points, and more. Cafe & Bar. Advertising-free environment. Signature caramel corn. 
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Cinema chain showing first-run movies & offering reserved seating & on-site cafe/bars.- Google
"Definitely coming back to this movie theater again from now on."
"Assigned seating is nice, and the concessions are awesome."
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Russell Saisho
a week ago
When you go to an ArcLight, you expect a more upscale movie theater experience, since you are paying for it. The ArcLight in Hollywood provides just that. The decor and amenities (coffee shop and bar) are more than you'd have access to at your typical AMC or Regal Cinemas theater. The usher introducing the movie, its runtime, and asking people to silence their phones is a nice touch. The one let down was the cleanliness of the theater. As we walked down our row to find our seats, I noticed food and hair on each and every seat. You want to sit in a pleasant and clean environment, and I was let down in that respect.
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Tim Hebb
a week ago
Great facilities - generous and exceptionally comfortable seating, excellent projection, sound, ambience - but very high ticket prices to match, with only token discounts for "off-peak" performances, seniors, etc. (only $1.00 off a full-price $17.00 adult ticket for those over 60 - good grief!). Drilling down further into the pricing structure reveals discrimination against infants, whose tickets are priced the same as adults, while tickets for children 1 - 12 are discounted to $12.00. Why not just bar infants from screenings, rather than bully parents into leaving them home with antagonistic ticket prices? If management really cares about ensuring a quality audience experience, that seems a more effective, straightforward, less passive-aggressive policy. Audiences don't really care that a bawling infant's ticket cost the same as its adult parents - they'd just like some relief from the crying to enjoy the movie. Hmmm ... maybe the trivial discount for senior tickets tells us something too, that ArcLight drops seniors in the same unwelcome category with infants. Does ArcLight management mean to discourage seniors (passively-aggressively, of course) from patronizing its theaters by offering us an inconsequential discount? Perhaps the slow-walking, silver-haired set would send the wrong message to other patrons in trendy, youth-obsessed Hollywood. While hurtful, this shouldn't come as a surprise. The biggest problem for many older people is “ageism, rather than the process of aging itself," as Lynne Segal has written in her book "Out of Time: The Pleasures and the Perils of Ageing” (2013). If this is your problem with us, dear ArcLight, why not deal from the top of the deck and just eliminate the $1.00 discount for seniors entirely? We can take it, and we'd rather know what you're thinking about us straight up, with no sugar coating. If you don't want us at your theaters, we'll take the not-so-subtle hint. At least Laemmle still loves us.
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Asim Matin
a week ago
Five stars for the CineramaDome. Any movie seen in the Dome (no matter how good or bad) gets a little bit better if you see it in the Dome. The rest of the theaters are all good. But pale in comparison to the Dome.
Faye Hudson
3 months ago
I would normally give this theater 5 stars as it's always been my favorite, until tonight. My friend and I purchased movie tickets through their mobile app and were never told our seats would have to be relinquished if a disabled patron needed them. After planning our rare evening out around this movie, and really looking forward to it (both of us needing a good laugh), we were told we had to either sit apart in seats at opposite ends of the row, or in the front row. We are appalled that they would sell us seats that may have to be relinquished without any notification. Even if we had notification, they should simply not be allowed to sell seats that they can resell to someone else. The only reason they do this is to make more money, but ended up ruining our night due to their greed. This is a terrible business practice and I implore them to consider changing it. Please just leave those seats empty until a disabled person needs them, or don't release them to the general public until 15 minutes before showtime. Or, at the least, update your mobile app to give a disclaimer before purchasing! It works online, why not the app?
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Kevin McSharry
a week ago
Amazing theater. Only a few trailers an no advertising. No bad seats even in the very front. Customer service is great, if you have an issue they'll make it right. Membership is also a great deal if you see a lot of movies.
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Abner N. Li
a month ago
Impressive theatre. Large to the point of confusion. Nice exhibits for upcoming movies. Only complaint would be the apparent not cleanliness of the floors in the theater after a film. Found popcorn at the feet of my seat.
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Christian Held
in the last week
Watched the Avengers Assemble there and the cinema is very well laid out and I found the chairs to be comfy. Restaurants and parking close by. Good location.
Nate H.
6 months ago
I'm giving it three because the theater is nice and good size seats but prices are way to high. matinee here is regular price 16$ even if it's not 3d. I at first thought it was because of 3d. only paid it because the movie I'm seeing isn't showing at other places. this is a nice theater to come to and get a good experience but over priced. too bad movies aren't more reasonable since I'd buy more like snacks etc when going if it was.


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