Movies in Downtown Sacramento


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  • Esquire IMAX Theatre
    The Esquire IMAX Theatre is located at 1211 K Street in Sacramento, California and they offer an exceptional theater experience to movie goers. IMAX has been around for many years but has evolved to where today they have the ability to show today’s Hollywood blockbusters using IMAX technology. This means that moviegoers can enjoy a truly amazing and powerful entertainment experience. The Esquire shows all the latest popular films each week, so please visit their website for show times. The theater is also made available for special events such as a product launch, corporate meeting, birthday party or any occasion where you’re looking for a unique and memorable venue. For more information about choosing the Esquire IMAX Theatre, visit their website.
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    1211 K St
    Sacramento, CA US
  • 3D Entertainment Distribution Ltd.
    As the theatrical sales and marketing branch of 3D Entertainment Holdings, 3D Entertainment Distribution Ltd. focuses on the distribution of films that leap off the screen to dazzle viewers. Their movies transport audiences to exotic worlds, most notably the cerulean depths and underwater French bistro seen in Jean-Michel Cousteau's film trilogy, which grossed over $84 million at the box office.
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    1211 K St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Aol Moviefone
    Movies can transport you into another world. Experience the thrill at Aol Moviefone in Sacramento. Upgrade your movie-watching experience with Aol Moviefone's open air screens. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1414 K St
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Sacramento Art Festival
    Now celebrating its 17th anniversary, the Sacramento Art Festival continues to blossom as one of the country's top cultural jubilees with its periphery-stretching array of creations. This year's festival features 225 artists working a myriad of techniques, including painting, sculpting, ceramic making, printmaking, photographing, metalworking, stone crafting, and pyrokinetic blacksmithing. Forty-two painters display their works in oils, pastels, watercolors, and acrylics, while 25 ceramic artists unveil porcelain masterpieces. Meanwhile, 18 woodworkers whip out their exotic carvings, 12 sculptors find malleability in bronze, and 40 jewelers forge and fuse adornments. To boot, most of these artists are happy to share their tricks of the trade with attendees. The spirit of competition also adds to the glee of gawking, as all art is reviewed by a jury. Throughout the day, art fans can feast on Restaurant Row's variety of Greek, Indian, and American grub while taking in the sounds of GG Amos Blues Bands and the Kurt Ribak Jazz Quartet. After eating, guests can watch the comedy jugglers and marvel at their ability to keep balls in the air without breaking any pottery.
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    1400 J St.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Tower Theater
    The Tower Theater is a house of indie theatrical and cinematic art in Sacramento, California. Featuring mostly smaller-budget movies and lesser-known troupes, it’s the perfect place to uncover new talent. The Tower provides all the right incentives to attract the sort of crowds that would find their movies and plays enjoyable: their tickets are affordable and they offer free popcorn and refills for students on Mondays. They also have seasonal tickets at marked-down prices that are almost guaranteed to land you a seat in the front row. This place is a beacon of culture and class, perfect for impressing a date or enjoying an evening with loved ones.
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    2508 Land Park Drive
    Sacramento, CA US
  • B Street Theatre
    When dreaming isn't enough, B Street Theatre boasts the most surreal theatrical stages in Sacramento. If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this theater for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food. This theater is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along. If being around too many people makes you uncomfortable, then the drive-in theater is the place for you. You can share your movie-watching experience with just the people in your car. Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    2711 B St
    Sacramento, CA US

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