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  •  Sundance Kabuki in San Francisco (3+ / 0-)

    Maybe the best movie theater I've ever been in.

    See here.

    Big screen, great sound, comfy seats, a couple of nice bars in the lobby (and you can take your drinks in to many shows), seats with fold-down tables to set your food and drinks upon.

    •  hardly (1+ / 0-)
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      Senor Unoball

      drunks who can't shut up, with the inevitable bottle or three rolling down the floor during the film

      overpriced everything

      mediocre to small screens for most of the theaters


      a ridiculous reserved-seat-only policy

      the Kabuki is a theater for a certain set, i think, so if you're in their target audience i guess you'll think it's just fine.

      the only real movie palace left in SF is the Castro. i've heard that one of the old palaces on Mission is supposed to be opened up by the Alamo Drafthouse people, we'll see.

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