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- $19.95 for two movie tickets in any theater, including 3D ($42 value)
- $5 for $10 worth of restaurant items, for use in the restaurant, in the theater, or for to-go orders
The restaurant features made-from-scratch comfort food and new American cuisine from it’s recently updated menu. Guests can also order food to-go and enjoy it in the theater while watching their movie.
This Groupon is valid for current and upcoming movies such as Hitman: Agent 47, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, The Martian, The Perfect Guy, and Last Witch Hunter. Click here for a list of upcoming showtimes at the locations in Beaverton, Vancouver Mall 23, and Mill Plain 8. The Groupon for movie tickets is not valid for films from Universal Pictures.
Cinetopia's super-high-definition digital projectors, wide leather seats, fresh market-to-table cuisine, selection of local microbrews, extensive wine list, and art gallery have earned the cinema acclaim from multiple media outlets. The Vancouver Mall 23 location boasts four enormous GXL screens up to 80 feet with 4096p projection—4 times the resolution of Blu-ray—and an exclusive immersive 64.2 channel Dolby ATMOS sound system, five luxury-themed movie parlors, nine living rooms, and five grand auditoriums with steep stadium-style seating and ejection buttons that allow audiences to escape the theater during too-scary shower scenes.
The Mill Plain location also houses five grand auditorium theaters, each equipped with 50-foot, 2048p screens. The venue's three living-room theaters accommodate patrons aged 21 and older with footrests, pillows, and waiters on hand. Along with grand auditoriums and living-room theaters, the Beaverton location houses two GXL Theaters with massive 62-foot and 70-foot screens. Films unreel onto super-high-definition, 30-foot screens in the exclusive parlor-room theaters.
Visitors to each Cinetopia can order restaurant service in select screening rooms. They can also customize their popcorn with gourmet butters, and enjoy preshow live music performed 20 minutes before weekend evening shows, typically by pianists, violinists, and horror-movie villains trying to rebrand their image.