We have always enjoyed our visits here. While it's not one of those theaters that are state of the art, the seats are fairly comfortable, though some squeak, and the screen is easy to see from all seats. I am hard of hearing and need the close caption device in order to really enjoy a movie, and this theater only offers headsets--which work for people without hearing aids who just need a hearing boost, but they aren't appropriate for people who are partially deaf. If they had those, I would have given the theater a 5 star rating even though it's not state of the art, because the bathrooms are clean, the theater is clean, the snacks are fairly priced, and the staff is friendly and helpful, and the have first run movies.
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