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  • Carmike 14
    Sinking into the luxury stadium seats, patrons at Muvico Rosemont 18 enjoy the latest blockbusters in crystal-clear Sony 4K digital projection. Huge armrests in the Premier section leave room for midmovie dining and pre-movie thumb wars. Muvico also shows golden oldies in addition to new releases, and hosts live events, such as live comedy, sporting events, and beer and wine tastings.
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    1365 N Dupont Hwy
    Dover, DE US
  • 7D Adventures
    Most movie-theater seats don't come with a seat belt. Then again, movie-theater seats won't take guests on roller-coaster rides or plunge them deep into shark-infested waters. For roughly 10 minutes, 7D Adventure immerses audiences in these sort of thrilling situations. Full-motion theater seats shift back and forth, move side to side, and vibrate. Meanwhile, 3-D glasses make whatever's on screen appear inches from an audience member's face?especially thrilling when a race car spirals out of control. To further re-create the realism of these events, the theater pumps in different aromas and elements, including smoke, water, snow, rain, mist, wind, bubbles, leg ticklers, back ticklers, air blast, and many more special effects. Audience members might even feel something tickle their legs, even though they made sure their dates left all feathers at home.
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    2718 Boardwalk
    Wildwood, NJ US
  • Westown Movies
    The wait for movie concessions shouldn't be as long as the movie itself. At Westown Movies, selecting a snack is as easy as dashing into a corner store?just grab what you want from the shop and then get into the checkout line. Beyond popcorn and soda, you'll also find tasty treats from local vendors, such as Pat's pizza, Pretzel Boys pretzels, and fresh whoopee pies from Smackerals by Michelle. All these snacks keep rumbling tummies from drowning out the dialogue during a variety of first-run movies. Of Westown's 12 screens, the biggest is the GTX theater's 61-footer, equipped with Dolby Atmos sound and stadium seating with extra legroom. Aside from cinematic features, Westown Movies also rents out its screens for game parties, when guests can hook up their video-game systems and play out their own adventures on a grand, cinematic scale.
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    150 Commerce Drive
    Middletown, DE US
  • Theatre N At Nemours
    The Theatre N at Nemours makes its home in downtown Wilmington, but its films come from far beyond the city's borders. The theater not only screens independent films from around the world, but its digital projection system also allows first-run features to appear in Wilmington at the same time as in larger cities. That way, locals are able to take in these exciting dramas, comedies, and documentaries when everyone else is talking about them too. As patrons watch in a comfortable auditorium that seats 200+, they also get plenty of snack choices like freshly popped popcorn and candy from the concession stand.
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    1007 N Orange St
    Wilmington, DE US
  • Eastpoint 10 Cinemas
    Eastpoint 10 Cinemas showcases the latest Hollywood blockbusters on screens that face sloped or stadium-style seating. Digital and 3-D projectors entertain audiences with high-resolution images that virtually pop out of the screen, making viewers feel like a part of the film without having to actually fight off bloodthirsty aliens, wicked witches, or Gerard Depardieu. The theater occasionally pairs screenings with special tie-in events, such as karate demonstrations to go along with martial-arts flicks.
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    7938 Eastern Ave.
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Fells Point Corner Theater
    The thespians and theater crew at Fells Point Corner Theatre have enchanted audiences with nonprofit productions of new and rarely seen plays for 25 years. Upcoming attractions include Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women, the 1994 Pulitzer Prize winner about three differently aged women who reflect on their lives with acerbic wit while scaling skyscrapers; and The Little Dog Laughed, a look at gossip and celebrity in the 21st century. Colorful characters populate Circle Mirror Transformation, a comedy detailing a motley crew’s attempt at bonding during a six-week acting class; Eugene O’Neill’s iconic play The Iceman Cometh explores universal social questions in the back room of a 1912 skid-row saloon. Though seating at the 85-seat Fells Point Corner Theatre is subject to availability, the small size of the theater allows for good sight lines from all seats.
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    251 S Ann St
    Baltimore, MD US
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