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This is an older theater w/o reserved seating options. The seats don't recline and they are smaller than those of most theaters. They are comfortable with moveable arm rests.
Sound and picture quality were fine,
Snacks at the concession stand are , as with most...More
This is a small theater but offers a wonderful selection of independent films, foreign films and lesser-known movies. You probably won't be able to see the latest blockbuster here, but you can see wonderful movies that you can't see in other theaters. While the seats...More
This venue seems to attract an older set (compared to places like the Alamo Drafthouse) but then that’s what we are!
My hubby & I enjoyed the movies we have seen here & will definitely return/recommend.
But we didn’t like the popcorn. We think Costco’s...More
Many of the best movies are shown here!
I saw the Oscar nominated “Live Action Short Films” this time.
They were great!
Comfortable Regal theatre!
Manuel’s North is in the same parking lot and also worth a trip!
Thank heavens for this cinema in Austin! When I visit the city this seems to be the only movie theatre showing something worthwhile seeing.....foreign films, opera, independent movies that you cannot find elsewhere. I really appreciate finding something different....besides the usual adolescent foolishness of Marvel...More
We love going to the Arbor!! The people who work there are very nice, the popcorn and drinks a bit pricey, the restrooms have nice amenities, but the movies...are awesome!! They do have some mainstream movies, but this is THE place in Austin to see...More
Nothing really special about this theater. Located in a fairly congested area, but had adequate parking. Seats were small and not particularly comfortable. Thought the prices were a little higher than the Georgetown and Round Rock theaters. Two Seniors at an weekday matinee ran $19+...More