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The Flicks plays the best movies. You could go there not even knowing what is on and just choose one. They're all great. They have food and wine plus the usual movie snacks. Great for dates, friends or solo.
The best movie experience in Boise by far. The flicks is a little more intimate that the other theaters in the area and they do often show movies that are a little more off the mainstream experience but the setting atmosphere and the fact that...More
This place has always been a pleasure to visit. They play excellent documentaries, indy films and other types of films that you can’t find at a Edwards or AMC etc. The food is awesome and they have a good selection of beer and wine. Rental...More
When going to the movies, I like the traditional venues that The Flicks exemplifies. Removed from the fancy and and glitzy one size fits all approach, The Flicks offers a tailored movie experience with ambience. And its selection of treats is wonderful not to mention...More
The Flicks! Tucked away in a corner of town, with a small parking lot and unspectacular marquee at the entrance. Arrive early because the charm starts at the box office with friendly chatting and advice on movie selection. Inside, a snack bar serves wine, beer...More
You will enjoy The Flicks for the great independent movies, good food & wine selection, and atmosphere. The Flicks offers great entertainment. There is indoor and outdoor dining. The Flicks is a Boise icon and worth a visit for a fun night on the town.
We love Flicks which has wonderful food and drinks and a great home town atmosphere. Flicks shows limited release and entertaining movies in a quaint setting. Walk to Flicks along the Greenbelt or bike downtown as parking can be a bit tough depending on the...More