Regal Cinemas City North 14 IMAX

Movie theaters , Multiplex Logan Square
  • 2 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: Regal Cinemas City North 14 IMAX
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Address: 2600 N Western Ave
Chicago
60647
Cross street: at Logan Blvd
Transport: Bus: 49, 74, 76.
Price: $11, seniors $8, kids $8
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    Stephen J
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    I went to see the premiere of Captain America: Civil War here. The movie was great but unfortunately the experience wasn't that great. 5 minutes into the movie, the sound went off and the lights went on. We missed lots of pieces of dialogue. They restarted the movie from the beginning and the experience was fine up until the credits. Without spoiling, the movie does have a post credits scene like a typical Marvel movie, but the lights went on and the sound switched to movie theater radio. So we didn't hear any of the dialogue of that scene. The attendees were upset and we all lined up to get refunds from the theater. I will give them credit that they refunded us and gave us all rain checks to see a different movie. Unfortunately that experience has hampered my opinion of the theater, but I will give them another try when I use the rain check.