THE Movie Experience Is Still New To the Area

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Exchange

In 2002, the only choice for movie theaters were the same ones that existed from my childhood in the 1970's & 1980's.  When they started the rollout of Pullman Square and the new Marquee Cinema complex, I couldn't believe how many people made negative comments that it didn't make sense to build the theaters because they couldn't fill the old ones, that no one would pay an extra buck for stadium seating, digital sound, blah, blah, blah.  Well, the Marquee was built at Pullman Square and the movie fans have continued to show their approval by keeping the theaters full as they enjoy the digital movie experience.  Almost two years ago, the dated Carmike theaters at the Huntington Mall were shut down.  The good news is a 12-screen Cinemark theater will open next spring in the same location.  I think it's great.  With the movie technology today, I still love going to the movies for a blockbuster and I love the idea we will have another Huntington area location to soak in the true movie experience.   More to come...

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