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Preston S.
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Report | 3 months ago
Great new projector!
Rebekah M.
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Report | 5 months ago
We had time to kill before the Movie so we went to the mexican restaurant for drinks and pool.
Jeana G.
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Report | 6 months ago
Great price for what I got with the groupon.
Donovan F.
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Report | 7 months ago
It's great
Gary B.
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Report | 9 months ago
Nice service and great value.
Gregory C.
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Report | 9 months ago
I can't say enough about the staff of the Stanwood Camano Cinemas they went out of their way to accommodate my wheelchair bound sister, delivered our concessions and helped her get seated. Picture/sound were quite good, although a few seats broken.
shantel p.
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Report | 10 months ago
Its a great deal
cheryl c.
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Report | 10 months ago
USE IT ITS GREAT!!!!
RICHARD R.
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Report | 10 months ago
Pleasant staff. A good clean theater and very clean bathrooms. Thank you Groupon and Oak Harbor Cinema for a pleasant and cost effective afternoon.
Kathy L.
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Report | 11 months ago
Nice theatre. Clean and comfortable.
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From Our Editors

It sounds just like a movie: a former Disney employee and a former mayor team up to run their own theater. That's exactly what Jeff Brein and Sam Granato did in 1988 with Bainbridge Cinemas, where they still spend Friday and Saturday nights tearing tickets and scooping popcorn. Besides Bainbridge Cinemas, their theater collection—Far Away Entertainment —oversees seven other local theaters, including the historic single-screen Lynwood Theatre. Opened in 1936, Bainbridge Island's first talking picture house now specializes in independent features and foreign films in which actors rearrange the English alphabet to make strange new sounds.

Over at the two-screen Admiral Theater, projectionists give newer Hollywood releases a second run, plus host screenings every year for the Seattle International Film Festival. Far Away's five remaining theaters, each with three to five screens, show digital versions of Hollywood's freshest celluloid. Lean back in the Anacortes' reclining seats, or scarf down an all-beef frank at Oak Harbor while taking in a flick or live screening of the Metropolitan Opera.

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