The last couple of times we came here we had to actually leave and ask for a refund because the smell of paint stripper was so strong it was really unbearable!
Apologies and immediate refund given but it still ruined our plans for the day! A shame.more
Good movie theater! I'd see a movie here again. Over 30 minutes of ads and previews before the movie started, but that seems to be the case at most theaters. Seats were comfortable enough. We chose this place because the movie we wanted to see was playing here at a convenient time. Staff were polite but not super friendly. Nice that they have a small area where we could sit while we waited for...more
This is probably my most favourite branch of a giant cinema chain for several reasons:
The films shown, though generally indie/arthouse fare, are almost always excellent choices, and often times are not shown elsewhere nearby. They also keep them running a sensible amount of time, so I can often catch that indie gem 5 weeks after release.
The screens are all excellent. I'm 'iffy' about the...more
This theatre has a great atmosphere. It feels like an art house cinema, and the films available are off the beaten track. I love the the door handles, which are moulded from the hands of Britain's most famous actors and actresses. Also, the toilets are quite clean!
My only gripe is that the service wasn't too friendly. Still, all-in-all it was a good experience.more
It feels a bit strange to review such a big chain as the Odeon Cinemas, but since I think that this specific Odeon does not fit in with the 'average Odeon', I thought it should be worth a mention. This is probably the cinema I tend to go to the most. It is located on Shaftesbury Avenue, towards the Covent Garden side making it an easy location to meet with friends and have a pre/post cinema...more