163 S 2nd St. (btw Chestnut St & Walnut St)
Philadelphia, PA 19103
- The Philly premier of The World's End was amazing!
- Great quite movie theater, not that many people here, a little expensive for snacks but isn't that all movie theaters?
- One of my favorite theatres around. I love how the seats are like old-man recliners. Parking validation deal with the garage and a tasty (and reasonably priced) noodle house next door to boot!
- The best popcorn you can find at a movie theater. This, the V, and the Bourse location make up the best indie theater in the city!
- Ritz plays the best movies. None of that Tom Cruise running around in circles crap.
- Half price movies on Wednesdays! And make sure you get your parking validated for a discounted pass. Hate the cals in the popcorn.
- Ask them to validate your parking when buying tickets. It's a flat rate $6.50 so you can peruse the city if you'd like after a Saturday afternoon matinee, which is a $7.50 ticket.
- Tickets sold at the concession.
- Often, youre able to purchase your tickets and concessions in a single transaction, which saves time.
- Fantastic historical theatre. Catch a show here.
- Small but decent Old City theater, usually only arty films and small releases.
- Old school theater feel. Real nice.
- Its a nice theater
- Super small theater. Good for strange, not mainstream movies. May be good for a makeout session. I'm just saying...
- Great indie arts theatre. Nice roomie seating, so that person in front of you isn't bashing your knees the whole time!
- Catch a diverse lineup of independent and foreign films at one of these cozy theatres. $6.50 tickets every Wednesday!
- Do NOT park at the Central Park next door expecting to get parking validation (for $8.00) until August 1 (when the price goes to $9.50). They are out of parking validation "vouchers".
- Sit in front of the middle, horizontal aisle... they don't shut off the little lights and it becomes distracting.
- Carmel popcorn is da bomb! Best I've ever had for serious
- A great place to see films in Center City. Hidden under a parking garage, the theaters are large and clean. They could use an update on the seating; however, you cant go wrong seeing a movie here.