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2508 Land Park Dr Sacramento, CA 95818
2508 Land Park DriveUSCaliforniaSacramento95818
(916) 442-0985readingcinemasus.com
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"Always have a good movie , that speaks a lot about indie movies."
"I love old movie theaters and was so happy when I found the Tower."
"Best popcorn, an experience of itself to just be there."
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Alex Gabriel
5 months ago
The tower is a sacramento treasure. Beautiful art deco interior, with a palatial main room with a large screen and two side rooms with smaller screens a third of the size; playing a variety of independent, limited release, and foreign movies. students get in for 6$ with a current ID card any time of any day. Support independent cinema, almost any movie you see at the tower will be at least quite good. The seats aren't brand new, some reviews complain about them but I think they are fairly comfortable, definitely not a reason to not go to the tower. The tower cafe next door is lovely and the food is in large portions and delicious.
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Lynn Marie
a year ago
This is the only independent art house cinema Sacramento has left, since the Crest sadly discontinued its daily films last Spring. And I was pleasantly surprised to find Tower has brought back its all beef-frank. I'm not a big frank fan, its purely nostalgia. Something about munching a dog at a Saturday matinee in an historic art house. The best films I've experienced, I've seen at the Tower. I'm proud to have exposed my son to true art and entertainment, through these films, while he was growing up. There are mainstream films shown here, many have been nominated or won Oscars. Sure, the seats aren't so comfortable and the two small screens are a bit funky, but one can always opt to view the new releases while they're still in the main large theater. And for the budget-minded, Tower's admission fees are below others in the area: $1.75 less for matinees; $1.50 less for seniors and kids; and $1.25 less for general. So a family of four could take grandma and grandpa to the Tower for $42 or pay over $50 at Century. For me, I'll continue to support the Tower and hope new customers will also see the benefits.
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Bob Vaca
a year ago
I love old movie theaters and was so happy when I found the Tower. While it would have been great if they could have kept it as a single screen theater it is still worth the trip. Even among old movie houses it stands out for its' unique archtecture. The selection of movies is excellent with a good blend of artsy and limited release main stream films.
Chris Rodriguez
a month ago
Best popcorn, an experience of itself to just be there.
Kay Ferrier
2 months ago
the seats in main theatre are broken, or near broken. So sad the owners don't care about such a basic
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E JustE
2 months ago
Always a polite crowd. Good mix of foreign, indie, and artful films.
June Ludlow
3 months ago
Always have a good movie , that speaks a lot about indie movies
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Jim Ferry
8 months ago
Great. I needed a Closed Caption device. They furnished me one in perfect order.

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