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Landmark Cinemas Ontario - reopens July 31 w/$5 tickets, $2.99 Tuesdays

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Landmark Cinemas Ontario - reopens July 31 w/$5 tickets, $2.99 Tuesdays

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https://www.landmarkcinemas.com/

$5 for recliner seating is pretty sweet.

St Catharines is showing some classics too. Goonies, Dirty Dancing, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark. Some newer flicks also.

https://www.landmarkcinemas.com/showtim ... pen-centre

OFFER DETAILS: all movies, including Laser Ultra presentations, are available for $5.00 each (tax included)—or $2.99 (tax included) on Tuesdays—EXCEPT for Unhinged or any new film release titles. Limited time only offer. Subject to change and/or cancellation without notice pursuant to studio terms and conditions.
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Should be noted - at this moment, Cineplex is restricting to LESS people per auditorium than Landmark. Most Cineplex theatres I looked at have 25 seats per auditorium while Landmark are closer to 50. (This may change but at time of posting it is the case)
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I would risk 2 weeks in the ICU to watch Tenet in IMAX.
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All old movies, which is expected.
I notice they will play The Dark Knight and TDKR IMAX versions at the Whitby location....anyone know how the IMAX screen/projection is at this theatre?
Is it true 70mm IMAX projection (like Scotiabank Theatre Toronto, Ontario Science Centre or Square One), or is it Lie-MAX (like, well, pretty much all other IMAX theatres)?

I am tempted to watch movies again, since its one of my favourite things to go do, especially IMAX movies. But I'm really covid conscious too. Decisions...
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upvoted for the reopening of theatres.
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Stroshow wrote: I would risk 2 weeks in the ICU to watch Tenet in IMAX.
Dude said the same thing in the cineplex thread.

Dude said the same thing in the cineplex thread.

Dude said the same thing in the cineplex thread.
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UWOD2020 wrote: Dude said the same thing in the cineplex thread.

Dude said the same thing in the cineplex thread.

Dude said the same thing in the cineplex thread.
Cool, dude!
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I don't get out to the movies much. Does anyone know what exactly "digital 2D" means? Does this mean they are just playing an equivalent of a blu-ray or is it actually projected on 35mm film? I'm interested in seeing Lord of the Rings, but I don't think I'm interested in seeing it if it's not on an actual film reel.
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mdc3000 wrote: Should be noted - at this moment, Cineplex is restricting to LESS people per auditorium than Landmark. Most Cineplex theatres I looked at have 25 seats per auditorium while Landmark are closer to 50. (This may change but at time of posting it is the case)
Cineplex is now allowing near capacity----48 seats available at Cineplex Yorkdale. People are going-- last night the 2 showings of Invisible Man sold out for $2.99 Tuesday
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Stroshow wrote: I would risk 2 weeks in the ICU to watch Tenet in IMAX.
Does that mean Tenet is good or not lol? Anyway 40-50% with COVID in the ICU don’t make it, those that do continue to live with symptoms. The call center study is a good example it’s droplet aerosol driven rather than fomite. Not telling people not to go but don’t be that reckless non-mask wearing 20y old patient I had, in denial after a positive swab, and spread it to their multi-generational family, among who knows.
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AncasterRFD wrote: Does that mean Tenet is good or not lol? Anyway 40-50% with COVID in the ICU don’t make it, those that do continue to live with symptoms. The call center study is a good example it’s droplet aerosol driven rather than fomite. Not telling people not to go but don’t be that reckless non-mask wearing 20y old patient I had, in denial after a positive swab, and spread it to their multi-generational family, among who knows.
Best movie of the 20th, 21st and 22nd century.
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I've never even been to a landmark cinema before. I might go this Friday or Saturday. Think it'll be busy on the weekend?
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KhetysTeachings wrote: I don't get out to the movies much. Does anyone know what exactly "digital 2D" means? Does this mean they are just playing an equivalent of a blu-ray or is it actually projected on 35mm film? I'm interested in seeing Lord of the Rings, but I don't think I'm interested in seeing it if it's not on an actual film reel.
Putting “digital” in front of 2D is still 2D.
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HelloNanaimo wrote: Putting “digital” in front of 2D is still 2D.
Yes, but I'm asking if they are projecting from a film reel or from a file on a computer.
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KhetysTeachings wrote: Yes, but I'm asking if they are projecting from a film reel or from a file on a computer.
very few cinemas project from film reels anymore. instead they get encryption keys that give them access to a digital download. I don't know of any Landmark locations that do film reels at this point.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_cinema
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