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This is a fairly decent cinema. There are plenty of screens and on my visit, there were an adequate number of staff selling tickets. Lost one star for the screens not being enormous, seating not too comfortable an it was just too busy on my visit.more
I really enjoyed this theater -- Its right next to a number of restaurants and pubs and is a reasonably priced ticket (compared to some other cinemas ive been to).
The only thing that brought this down a notch is the endless ads and trailers. I guess im just not used to that. But the theater was very clean, friendly and helpful service and a good chill place to watch a movie.more
After trying and failing to see a film at the O2 Cineworld on a bank holiday, I headed over to West India Quay to see if I could fare any better.
As I arrived during an off period when no films were about to start, I headed straight to the counter and purchased my sub-£10 tickets without any hassle. I poked out to a nearby bar to get a drink while I waited for the film start time to approach....more
We frequent this theater with our Unlimited Card especially since it is the closest Cineworld to our home. We personally like going here for two reasons: shorter queues compared to the big O2 Cineworld and less chaotic. However, I find the seats here a bit uncomfortable perhaps because of normal wear and tear. Also this theater do not have the BSkyB (big screen) room which I enjoyed in O2 and...more
Good quality cinema just far out enough from the city centre to avoid ridiculously high prices.
I love watching movies at cinemas and am probably the best contra example of what all those anti-piracy ads try to make you believe. If there is a movie I want to see in a cinema, I'll scan it quickly online to make sure it's not one of those "we put all the good bits in the trailer" movies. Thus,...more