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This is a cool venue. In the former stadium of the Montreal Canadiens and having the old seats featured in the foyer. The Cinema itself is good, seats are decently comfy and it has many screens (10 i think) with many movies. The sound was...More
I got good service here.I found the Cinema not that clean with spilled drinks and popcorn on almost every possible floor also no Gluten free food.I loved the big screen and the audio for the movies here.
We went to see Lion at the Cineplex Forum. We live on the South Shore and what I hate about going to Montreal for movies is the extra cost of the parking.
The great thing about Cineplex Forum is that indoor parking is only $6...More
This is a great theatre located on Saint Catherine West at Atwater metro. This cinema was built at The Forum (old home of the Montreal Canadiens).
We went to see Bad Moms in Ultra AVX. The advantages of the Ultra AVX is that the sound...More
We have visited the Cinema Cineplex Forum a number of times, dating back to when it was the Cinéma AMC Forum 22.
This multiplex takes over part of what was the fabled Montreal Forum, home to the Montréal Canadiens for many years. The refurbished building...More
The movie we want to see is showing at this complex. Coming from the suburbs, it was a pleasant surprise that the drive is relatively short despite the road construction detours. It has an underground parking which is relatively affordable ($6). The main concourse is...More
Yes, this is a very good 22 screen cinema, but with a difference. Operating within the old hockey stadium, many parts of the original features of the building remain. There is a complete section of the banked seating plus various groups of number seats all...More
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