Cinéma Banque Scotia Montreal

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Cinéma Banque Scotia Montreal

977, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest Montréal, QC, H3B 4W3 (514) 842-0549 Nearby Mall: Le Centre Eaton

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American Assassin Poster

American Assassin

(13+, Action/Adventure, 111 min) RatingRating: 3.26 Watch Trailer

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Baby Driver

(13+, 113 min) RatingRating: 3.86 Watch Trailer

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Dunkirk Poster

Dunkirk

(G, Thriller, 107 min) RatingRating: 3.50 Watch Trailer

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The Hitman's Bodyguard Poster

The Hitman's Bodyguard

(13+, Action/Adventure, 118 min) RatingRating: 3.78 Watch Trailer

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IT Poster

IT

(13+, Horror, 135 min) RatingRating: 3.54 Watch Trailer

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Poster

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

(13+ , Action, 141 min) RatingRating: 3.69 Watch Trailer

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Spider-Man: Homecoming

(G, Action/Adventure, 133 min) RatingRating: 2.75 Watch Trailer

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Cinéma Banque Scotia Montreal

This cinema is the busiest in the city. Due to its English-language showings and a prime location on St-Catherine street, a hotspot for shopping and dining, the cinema draws a large following of students from nearby colleges and universities. Formerly the Paramount Montreal, the theatre occupies a full six floors of the former Simpsons building. Four lit elevators lead to two main lobbies which house 12 Screens and an IMAX theatre. In its first year after opening in June 1999, the theatre sold the most tickets in Canada and was one of the 10 busiest in North America. Unfortunately, the giant theatre led to the closing of one of Montreal’s premiere movie palaces, the Famous Players Loew’s 5 located across the street, that October. There is a small pay parking lot behind the theatre.