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Small town theatre atmosphere with modern updates !!! ( split theatre inside showing different movies so appeals to both young and more mature audiences )
Recent and popular movie selections.
Well- stocked variety of "Munchies " at the snack bar too! ( bet you can't...More
Nice small and quaint theatre. Nice cool place on a hot summer day.
Watched Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Sound and picture quality were great, but don’t expect a mega screen like you get at Cineplex. Occasionally had sound drift from the adjacent theatre, but no...More
A big thank you to the Norwood Theatre for providing first run movies in a top grade facility at a bargain price
I have just returned from a two night getaway in Toronto with my adult son. We enjoyed a productive two days together at...More
I grew up going to the movies at this theatre and loved it! The older I got I tended to go to Cineplex theatres however, I've recently started checking out Norwood again and am overly impressed. The prices seem to be more reasonable than before...More
Our lives, their narratives, their struggles have been celebrated and talked about since time immemorial...it's in telling stories that our lives become timeless and eternal.
The atmosphere from this theater is palpable, the patina of time is magnetic there, you feel yourself immersed in a...More
In the Sixties I would get into the Saturday matinee for 25c. Lots of memories here, but they have kept up with the times with expanding to three screens and a top notch sound system. This humble small town "show" has survived telvision, movie rentals,...More
During the off season, September thru mid-May 15-20 minutes ahead is fine. But during the summer, May long weekend until September Labour Day weekend, half an hour or 40 for a blockbuster as it has 2 big screens and one... More
During the off season, September thru mid-May 15-20 minutes ahead is fine. But during the summer, May long weekend until September Labour Day weekend, half an hour or 40 for a blockbuster as it has 2 big screens and one small one. Fills up quickly. Takes a wee while to get through the concession stand as well. I grew up going to this theatre. Awesome to see a film the old fashion way once in awhile compared to the huge Cineplex. Enjoy.