Movies in Downtown Vancouver


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  • Vogue Theatre
    Rob Schneider, the philanthropic comic auteur behind Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo and The Animal, leaps from the screen to the stage, slaying audiences across the globe on his 2011 tour. Like a hobo retracing his roots to rediscover a sacred stew recipe, Rob ?You Can Do It? Schneider returns to stand-up after 20 years of hospitalizing SNL and movie audiences with spasmodic guffaws. Supporting his first comedy album, Registered Offender, Schneider floods the acoustically superb Vogue Theatre in raucous laughter, with a dollop of racy humour to make the venue's art-deco features blush. This maestro performance of orchestrated spit-takes will showcase the absurdist whimsy that inspired generations to name their children Rob Schneider.
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    918 Granville Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Vancity Theatre
    Vancity Theatre screens festival-style films from around the world year round, with top-notch sound and projection equipment fully conveying every punch, skid, foreign phrase, and meaningful silence shown on the silver screen. Movies are only open to members of the nonprofit organization?as such, this deal includes a one-year basic membership ($2), which also gets you admission to the organization?s Annual General Meeting. Sample the theatre's filmic fare with a double-bill ticket ($13), good toward two consecutive films on the same day. Upcoming films at the Vancity Theatre include the concert film Leonard Cohen: Live at the Isle of Wight, 1970, the Bernard Herrmann?soundtracked noir On Dangerous Ground, and the light-hearted Martin Scorsese romp Taxi Driver. Wash down the flickering images with a medium popcorn ($3) and a can of pop ($1.50).
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    1181 Seymour Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Pacific Cinematheque Pacifique
    Foreign, classic, and Canadian films light up the big screen at Pacific Cinémathèque, a 194-seat theatre recognized by the Vancouver Sun as the best art-house and foreign-film venue in 2009. Established as a film society almost four decades ago, the movie palace has since flourished into a polestar for under-the-radar films, showcasing lesser-known works and cinematic icons alike during single and double billings six nights a week. In an effort to enhance Vancouver's cinematic culture without transplanting the Hollywood sign to the top of One Wall Centre, the theatre is also home to several educational opportunities including a film reference library and the West Coast Film Archive, which preserves the legacy of independent filmmaking on Canada's west coast.
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    1131 Howe Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Fifth Avenue Cinemas
    The Fifth Avenue Cinemas in Vancouver are a beacon of quality cinematography. In addition to mainstream Hollywood blockbusters, they’ve also feature award winning international movies. Tuesdays are discount days at the Fifth Avenue Cinemas, perfect for a budget date. The magnitude of the discount you get depends on whether you’re a student, senior, or seasonal ticket holder. The popcorn at the Fifth Avenue cinemas is lauded for always being fresh- they aren’t stingy with making a new batch to make sure you’re happy. Even better is that they use real butter on their popcorn rather than unhealthy hydrogenated vegetable fat. The quality snacks, comfortable seats, cozy viewing auditoriums, and amiable staff at the Fifth Avenue Cinemas are all reasons to visit.
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    2110 Burrard Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Festival Cinemas Ltd
    The friendly filmwheelers at Fifth Avenue Cinemas screen an eclectic mix of mainstream hits and little-known independent flicks in their Burrard Street theatre. Your Groupon is good for two tickets plus a large serving of popcorn, blanketed in a rich coat of real butter and made from corn that contains no genetically modified organisms or evil-sauce. The theatre boasts snuggle-inducing "love seats," in which each armrest can be raised so you and your date or anthropomorphic dachshund can cuddle throughout the film. Upcoming flicks include Philip Seymour Hoffman's feature-film directorial debut, Jack Goes Boating, and Woody Allen's upcoming You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger.
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    2141 Burrard St
    Vancouver, BC CA

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