Odeon Greenwich

3 out of 5 Based on 14 reviews

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Odeon Greenwich

Bugsby's Way
SE10 0QJ
+44 871 224 4007


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3 out of 5 based on 14 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Odeon Greenwich

4.0 out of 5 1 February 2011
by Siany

It's rare I come here (I much prefer Greenwich Picturehouse up the road), but as flick houses go, this one is pretty good. Don't expect a fancy experience, or anything special. Instead expect a good choice of films and overpriced sweeties. The screens are massive and a ticket will set you back about a tenner.

I'm lucky enough to be sandwiched inbetween this cinema and the nicer one in...more

2.0 out of 5 6 August 2010
by Ian P.

I don't like going here. Once your in your seat and the film is about to begin then it's fine. The screens and auditoriums are large and plentiful so you probably won't miss out on a seat even if you going to see a popular film. Also, their seats are getting better as they now seem larger and more padded. So, once your in your seat, it's fine.

What I hate is everything that comes before...more

5.0 out of 5 11 July 2010
by mrmarksimpson

It is the future of cinema.

HUGE screens, lovely seats and the sound was amazing

Like all cinemas in the UK, don't get food and drink from the shop (unless you want to spend more than your cinema ticket for a drink and sweets)

Go to the Sainsburys next doormore

3.0 out of 5 13 December 2008
by Leon C.

The Odeon in Greenwich is a great cinema. Built in a retail Park just off the A2 there is masses of parking spaces. The auditoriums are large so they rarely run out of tickets.

There are numerous large screens and the food counter sells all the usual snacks such as hot dogs, popcorn and nachos. I'm a big eater so including entry I can easily spend £10-£15, even with a student discount.


4.0 out of 5 23 July 2008
by louisecumberland

I've been here a few times and everytime enjoyed myself.

The seats are comfy and you also get service to your chair for wine and other drink and food over to you while the films on so you don't miss anything. Plus you can have nachos for free and other stuff but that is up in the area at the top of the screen so you pay a little extra but sometimes worth it if its a new film or a long film.more