Screen 1 is a bad joke. The screen is so far away, it looks like a thumbnail. Nowhere to put a cup. Less leg room than economy class. And the final insult: rows and rows of empty 'Premier' seats that aren't worth the money.
Do yourself a favour; go somewhere else until Muswell Hill Odense joins the 21st century.more
I love the glamour of going to the movies in this cinema. The wonderful art deco feel that the building has coupled with great movies makes a night at the cinema a real treat. Like a trip to the theatre rather than the flicks.
I personally love the love seats option that is available in screen one. You can snuggle up to your partner or have them put a protective arm around you for the scary...more
An Odeon, is an Odeon, is an Odeon. No bells and whistles, it's your average (albeit slightly small) cinema.
I recently visited to watch the new Harry Potter in 3D (my first 3D experience and I actually shrieked when butterflies flew out the screen towards my face). We paid a little extra to have a small sofa which was quite comfy, but as with most cinema experiences, especially when...more
There are so many good points about this cinema, and tragically so many areas that let it down. In the end, I guess 3 stars will have to sum it up as average... let me explain.
The cinema is located excellently, just off the broadway, with parking spaces behind, and plenty of shops and restaurants around for pre/post film stuff! Good!
It shows films for only a week sometimes, desperate to...more
This is undoubtedly the most unusual Cinema I have ever been to. It is an old converted Theatre, and while screens 2 and 3 feel like a normal cinema, the main screen is a treat.
It is in the old circle balcony of the theatre, and you sit, looking down onto the stage, which has the screen dropped down in front.
There is a gradation of seating as well, with my favorite being sofas at the...more