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What You'll Get
Though it is illegal for pranksters to shout about nonexistent fires in a movie theater, shrieking after an encounter with an underseat gum wad is permissible. Shout about what's on-screen instead with today's deal: for $10, you get a movie ticket ($9.50 regular, $11.50 3-D), a medium popcorn bucket ($6.50), and a 24-ounce drink ($4.50) at Eastpoint 10 Cinemas on Eastern Avenue.
Eastpoint 10 Cinemas, which was taken over by an independent operator in 2009, screens the latest Hollywood blockbusters in both 2-D and the visually invigorating 3-D. With a medium buttery popcorn in one hand, a 24-ounce soda of choice in another, and a poster of Alan Alda in the other, sink into one of Eastpoint's sloped stadium seats and enjoy current box office offerings such as Inception and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Or increase the level of stimulation with the mind-tingling effects of 3-D, which was recently featured for films such as Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore. Check the current showtimes.
Tickets may be redeemed at the box office only.
Eastpoint 10 does not yet have many reviews, but three Yahoo! Locals give the theater a three-star average:
- This is a very convenient theatre for me. – Yahoo! Local user
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Must be at least 18. Not valid for online ticket purchases. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.