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48 Kenmount Road, St. John's, NL A1B 1W3
3.37 / 5
Based on 29 votes and 26 reviews
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June 23, 2019
we always have a great time
March 09, 2018
Best customer service hands down! I had a issue with my movie and the manager (Michelle) was very pleasant and help me and my family.. we will definitely be back.
Poor Service for Handicap People
January 02, 2018
My brother has an access card so I can not get a free ticket on line. Now when we go to the movies there is at least a 20 minute wait if not longer waiting in the concession line to purchase a ticket. We do not purchase any food but have to wait in the same lineup as people purchasing food. I've called and asked why you couldn't have a line up there just for people buying tickets and no one has gotten back to me.
Not enough staff. ....so poor management
October 24, 2017
The service counter is never open. There are never enough concessions open. I went to a matinee last week and only one concession was open and the line was so long I would have missed my movie. Why is it always so cold in the theatres?
Not as bad as some say.
September 15, 2017
I attend at least 2 movies a week. I enjoy. I don't purchase food as it is way over priced. The theater is fine, clean, warm and I find the air condition does work when it should. Great enjoyable past time. Complainers...stop complaining! St. John's theater is just as great as across Canada. I've been in many as well.
August 01, 2017
The audio is wayyy too loud. I bring ear plugs now. I'm not the only one who thinks this, I've had several people say to me about the audio. Please adjust it. You should have left concession stands on both sides, instead of all on one side, and having the secondary pick up window was a bad idea. Who wants to line up twice? Much too long getting snacks.
November 18, 2016
I bought a ticket for a film a few months ago, only to be stopped by the manager. He told me I was not allowed in the theater and when I asked why he wouldn't tell me. I had not been to a movie since 2014 and the last time I was there I didn't cause any disturbances (nor have I ever) or break any rules, such as sneaking into a movie without paying for it (I have seen people do this in the past). The tickets are overpriced and so is the food; it takes a VERY LONG TIME TO GET THE FOOD - a friend of mine told me he was once going to buy poutine for a movie but twenty minutes later the person ahead of him was still being served; he ended up not buying anything since his movie would start soon. I did challenge the manager when he told me I wasn't welcome; his response was "there were complaints" and when I asked from who he would not disclose that information to me - once again I had not been to the theatre since 2014 and that experience was good, so there must be some mistake. I decided not to pursue it since I don't need the aggravation and it's not much of a loss on my part - I will be saving money and not having to deal with seat-kickers or people who won't be quiet during the movie. I can just wait until the movie is available for rent on TV for only $5.99 - which is cheaper than paying $15.99 at the theatre, not including the cost of food! If Scotiabank Theatres wants to lose their customers, they are doing the right thing. If they want to keep their customers, they need to change some of the issues (such as wait time for food, prices, and the way they treat customers)!
October 03, 2016
Food good but way overpriced. Seating good if you get there early. Sound too loud for certain movies
September 09, 2016
Waaaaay to slow
August 08, 2016
Went to Scotiabank Theatre in St. John's last night. The line up to get tickets was a bit long so I told my husband I would get into the line up for concessions and wait for him. Well it was a good thing I did..... He got the tickets and joined me in the line up and we waited 45 minutes. All the lineups were slow not just ours. In fact there were some ladies who sat behind us in the movie and they missed 15 minutes of the movie (not the trailers the actual movie) and I saw them only a few places behind us in the line. You have made things waaaaay to complicated. Popcorn, wings, pizza, pulled pork sandwiches and on and on. What happened to going to a movie and getting popcorn and a drink? Not all lines were open. Even if you added one more person to help get drinks or popcorn for the each of the cashiers or something. No one seemed to care.