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Cineworld Wandsworth

Cinemas, Multiplex Wandsworth
3 out of 5 stars
(4user reviews)
Venue name: Cineworld Wandsworth
Contact:
Address: Southside Wandsworth High St
London
SW18 7NR
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Average User Rating

3 / 5

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tastemaker

I travelled the distance to this particular cinema as I caught Wind that they were producing 4DX movies!!! No idea what that means!??

Basically... Its a 3D experience with motion,wind,water,scent,lighting and being punched in the back! Yes! During the fighting scenes you experience the blows too! Haha its an amazing experience and at £19 quid for the experience its a bargain!!! Its a must experience!!!

Tastemaker

So Southside (Cineworld Wandsworth) has had a makeover. The downstairs looks similar. The upstairs is like some sort of cross between a bollywood movie and a teenage nightclub with the black and red glitter floor and overall feel. The cinemas themselves are now really comfortable  and have great sound. One the downside they seem to have eliminated human beings - all automated ticket machines, buying popcorn takes an absolute age for no apparent reason and there is no longer any discounted parking. For your mainstream movie experiences Southside is convenient and a reasonable enough experience.


Unbelievably atrocious customer service. I booked online to see a movie using unlimited card, and was late for the movie due to transport issues. The staff refused to let me book to see a different movie because they said I had to wait until the movie I originally booked had finished running, which was not for another two hours. They had no common sense to override the system and let me watch a movie at later time and were not remotely helpful. If this is how they treat unlimited customers I definitely wouldn't recommend it to anyone, what's the point of paying annual membership to be told that you can't see a movie because you accidentally turn up late, just shows they can't be bothered to help.


i really like singam2 because there are really fun songs to sing and to dance in any of the music

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