Grande Prairie Cinemas

Grande Prairie Showtimes

Grande Prairie

10330 109th Street Grande Prairie, AB, T8V 7X3 (780) 513-5534

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Beauty and the Beast Poster

Beauty and the Beast

(PG, Family, 129 min) RatingRating: 3.66 Watch Trailer

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CHIPS Poster

CHIPS

(14A, Comedy, 100 min) RatingRating: 4.25 Watch Trailer

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Goon: Last of the Enforcers Poster

Goon: Last of the Enforcers

(14A, Comedy, 101 min) RatingRating: 3.89 Watch Trailer

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Kong: Skull Island Poster

Kong: Skull Island

(PG, Action, 120 min) RatingRating: 3.48 Watch Trailer

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The LEGO Batman Movie Poster

The LEGO Batman Movie

(G, Action/Adventure, 104 min) RatingRating: 4.66 Watch Trailer

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Life Poster

Life

(14A, Sci-Fi/Fantasy, 104 min) RatingRating: 3.40 Watch Trailer

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Logan Poster

Logan

(18A, Action/Adventure, 137 min) RatingRating: 4.28 Watch Trailer

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Power Rangers Poster

Power Rangers

(PG, Action/Adventure, 124 min) RatingRating: 4.00 Watch Trailer

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Grande Prairie Cinemas

Part of the Gateway Power Centre in central Grande Prairie, this ten-screen theatre holds smaller auditoriums (the largest seats only 183) but still shows the latest entertainment offerings with the accompaniment of digital sound and good sightlines due to stadium seating. The theatre opened in 1998, and in 2007, the theatre’s staff began an online review blog where patrons could comment about and review the movies they saw. On June 11, 2011, the Cinemas hosted a morning event featuring free movies and donated the proceeds of the sales of concession items to the Canadian Red Cross in support of Slave Lake residents, in the wake of fires in that nearby region.