So, it's a standard Vue. But I tend to lean more towards the Vues than any other chain. This is the closest cinema to my place of residence, and it is very easily accessible via bus, tube, foot, hoverboard, roller skates, although I can't vouch for parking, as I clearly don't have to park my hoverboard.
Regardless! Movies are £11.50 for standard seating and I believe £13 for VIP. I don't...more
As a chain cinema goes, there isn't much that I feel I can add here. It pretty much standard - over priced snacks that you will queue too long for but good films at an expected price (around £10).
Tney have introduced the new 'VIP seating' which means paying a few pounds more for extra squidgy, wider leather chairs. Good in theory, poor in practice as no-one checks so everyone just sits in...more
This is my local cinema. Its pretty much standard fare as it is part of the VUE conglomerate. Tickets for most shows are around a tenner. They queues for food can be insane and everything is overpriced. But the theatres are huge and the seats are comfy.
They have this new VIP seating thing. The seats are wider and situated in a good part of the theatre. However, there isn't anyone...more