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Reviewed August 19, 2014
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What You'll Get
A film is the result of hundreds of people working together, from the director overseeing it all to the guy who insults the actors so they can cry realistically. Witness movie magic with this Groupon.
$6 for a Movie Package (Up to $13 Total Value)
- One movie ticket (up to a $9.75 value)
- One drink (a $3.25 value)
Upcoming flicks include The Great Gatsby (May 10), Star Trek Into Darkness (May 17), The Hangover Part III (May 24), Fast & Furious 6 (May 24), After Earth (May 31), and Man of Steel (June 14).
Prices vary throughout the day.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 17, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 30 per person, may buy 30 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for Midnight showings. Extra $3 fee for 3D movies. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Venetian Cinemas
Like a rift in the space-time continuum, the brand-new Venetian Cinemas transports its clientele simultaneously to the past and the future. With architecture that pays homage to the ancient Venetians and Romans, the façade beckons passersby with towering cast-stone columns, enticing them through the doors and into the lobby, where vaulted hallways and more columns with Corinthian capitals sweep them along to the auditoriums. Four screens engross the eyes and ears while more than 800 stuffed leather seats cradle the body, and cuisine from the cinemas' restaurant delights the remaining senses for a complete entertainment experience akin to the famous Roman-gladiator chili cook-offs.
In front of the viewers, granite countertops hold a service button that, when pressed, beckons servers to take orders from the menu. Substantial gourmet offerings such as pizza topped with fresh mozzarella or tacos dressed with green-chili-roasted pork top plates and ready stomachs for belly laughs. While still in their seats, their eyes drawn to the on-screen drama on the wall-to-wall curved screens and their ears bathed in the waves of a 40,000-watt sound system, viewers can order cocktails, microbrews, or margaritas from a fully stocked bar. After the movie, staff members clean up, letting patrons leave their glasses, plates, and ketchup-scrawled plot summaries behind.