Galaxy Theatres LLC
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4649 Point Fosdick Dr NW Gig Harbor, WA 98335
4649 Point Fosdick Drive NorthwestUSWashingtonGig Harbor98335
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"The Galaxy Theatre is a great place to go."
"It would make a great place for a movie theater."
"I don't go to a theater for good coffee and healthy food choices so I'm good."
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Beth Magee
4 months ago
The theatre gets 5 stars for everything....but after moving to Seattle and discovering some theatres are offering better food choices (includes wider food choices and yes, healthier food choices). I have to lower this one to 4 stars. This theatre is always clean and comfortable. Lot's of leg room for tall people, which is my family (we range from 5'9" to 6'8" so this is important). I have never had an issue buying a ticket there and getting to the movie on time. But, I never go on opening night - we don't like crowds and I am habitually early. With family still on the peninsula we often meet her for movies. You have to bring your own healthy snack, they have not upgraded to apple chips/hummus, etc. Get a spring roll from LeLe next door!
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Tabitha W
4 months ago
LOVE the comfy new reclining seats, theaters always clean, if theres lines they always move fast. Also love the new seat reserving when you prebuy tickets so you dont have to get there so early to get decent seats, and I hear there is a VIP theatre that serves booze that I have yet to check out. It would be nice if they offered healthier snack options.
Linda Vaughan
6 months ago
I loved the Galaxy Theaters (clean, quite, comfortable seats and great staff) never had problems getting into movies or getting tickets on line when we wanted. But am disappointed in the changes coming. I am all for comfortable seats but won't putting in fancy recliners take up space meaning fewer seats, and yep, higher prices. I am a retired senior and will miss the bargain days. Oh...and one more thing....reservations? What's that all about?? Won't it remove the convenience of going to see whatever you want, whenever you want, on the spur of the moment or getting there early to get your favorite seats? Or having friends or family meet you there who didn't make reservations when you did? We have recliners and giant screens at home. Oh...and no reservations required!
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Donald Wilson
4 months ago
Recliners , less seats, and overall attitude that they just don't give a damn if you get to see a movie. Last time i go there. peace out Gig Harbor and all of its elitist stores in the "uptown" area. I will gladly pay extra money to go to Tacoma.
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Larry Peterson
a month ago
The Galaxy Theater in Gig Harbor recently remodeled the theater and now my wife who is petite couldn’t see the screen because of a ridiculous barrier that sticks up in front of all the rows. I even had trouble seeing over the darn thing. And I’m not short. There are buttons to adjust a footrest and the backrest, but they do nothing to raise or lower the seat. My wife practically had to stand in order to see the screen. I have no idea what kids do in order to see a movie. The theater is definitely NOT children friendly. My advice: if you bring your children to the Gig Harbor Theater, bring a large cushion for them to sit on.
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Jodi Conlon
a month ago
Love the new reclined seating, eventhough the theatre now has assigned seating. I can't see how there's be a bad seat in the house.
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James Lee
8 months ago
It would make a great place for a movie theater. But good luck buying a ticket by any other means than driving to the theater and buying them in person. That is actually a great way to spend a half hour of your day only to find that the show you want to see is sold out. They have what they call a "website' but unless you can remember what websites from 1992 looked like, you won't recognize it. It appears to have been designed by sixth graders, but the bonus is, it rarely works. When it does, it takes so long to buy a ticket that it's actually faster to drive to the theater and buy the tickets in person. It seems the management of this company must hate the internet or the concept of buying tickets by means of sending "electrons flashing through the sky." Perhaps they are close knit group of troglodytes? But wait! There's more. You can't buy tickets by calling them on the phone. But if that doesn't bother you the process of finding that out should. First you call the theater using the number listed on thier practical joke website. After you listen to a recording that mentions nothing about buying tickets you will select options randomly until you are provided a number to call the real theater. That's actually quite a clever way to improve customer service. Then after dialing that second secret number you will reach an actual employee of the theater only to learn.... you can't buy tickets over the phone. But there is good news. They have an app! What wonderful news! It perfectly replicates the shitty website you just wasted 40 minutes of your life trying in vain to buy a ticket on. Again, we learn it's faster to drive there and speak with one of the cave dwellers about tickets. The Post Office has these guys beat hands down for efficiency. Unless I'm mistaken, isn't the idea of a theater to SELL tickets? Hey Galaxy, news flash.. we can stream this stuff over the internet (that you apparently hate). So here's a friendly clue... take a look at the airlines and think about how they sell millions of tickets a day with thousands more options than you would require to buy a ticket for your theater. Technology is amazing. You guys should look into it before your business model goes the way of the wagon wheel.
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Daniel Cote
8 months ago
I don't go to a theater for good coffee and healthy food choices so I'm good.