Sundance Sunset Cinemas

Movie theaters , Multiplex West Hollywood
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Sundance Sunset Cinemas

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After heavy $2 million renovation, the former Laemmle Sunset 5 space re-opened in September 2012 as a glitzy new 682-seat theater, complete with refreshed lobby, second floor lounge, art gallery, and outdoor patio. Check the website for a packed schedule of independent screenings, lectures and special series.

Venue name: Sundance Sunset Cinemas
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Address: 8000 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles
90046
Price: $12 admission; $11 for matinees; $10 for seniors; $9 for children
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Erick R

There is no shortage of swanky movie theaters in LA and Sunset 5 does not disappoint.  They have great food options and a large wine and beer list for a movie theater.  The seats are extra big and offer plenty of space between you and your neighbor.