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Regal Cinema

West Las Vegas

The Regal cineplexes are among the busiest in town: partly due to their locations in the popular Station Casinos, but also thanks to the variety of programming. The best by far is the cinephile-favoured Village Square 18-screener, which shows as many as five non-mainstream films (plus concert simulcasts) at any given time.

Name: Regal Cinema
Address: Village Square 18
Las Vegas

Cross Street: at S Fort Apache Road
Venue phone: 702 383 9600
Website: http://www.regmovies.com
Transport: Bus Deuce & all Downtown buses
Price: Admission $9.75-$10; $6.25-$9 reductions; $7.25 matinee. Additional fees for 3D shows.
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