Calgary Movie Theatres
Patrons can load up on popcorn and liquorice and enjoy one of the many movies screening at this theatre. Located at the northeast edges of Calgary, the theatre shows the latest Hollywood offerings.
Patrons can snack on popcorn, nachos and TCBY treats while watching a new Hollywood release or an independent feature on one of this theatre's 10 screens. The facility is wheelchair accessible, offers hearing assistance and features party rooms.
Features of this theatre include 14 screens, party rooms, wheelchair accessibility and concessions including Yogen Fruz. Located near Calgary's Sunridge Mall, the theatre shows the biggest new films.
The Globe Cinema, located in downtown Calgary, shows first run foreign, Canadian, and unique films. The Cinema offers two theatres showing nightly evening showings and weekend matinees. Special midnight screenings are sometimes shown.
Enjoy all the latest blockbuster movies at this theatre located in northwest Calgary.
Located on the outer edge of downtown Calgary in Eau Claire Market, this theatre features six screens and is wheelchair accessible. The cinema is situated next to the marketís Cinescape entertainment arcade and bar.
Historically a place to view alternative films in Calgary, the Plaza Theatre now shows first-run, Hindi, and art house films. The Plaza Theatre is located in Kensington, across the Bow River from downtown Calgary.
Located at Chinook Centre, Calgary's largest mall, the Scotiabank Theatre Chinook features Egyptian-themed decor and contains 17 screens, party rooms and concession stands selling Pizza Hunt, TCBY, Burger King and Tim Horton's products. Science and nature films are played on the theatre's IMAX screen from time to time but the big screen is mostly used to show Hollywood blockbusters.
Featuring stadium seating, a Zone interactive entertainment arcade and concessions including Pizza Hut and Yogen Fruz, this theatre screens the biggest new Hollywood films. Located in Calgary's Shawnessy neighbourhood, the theatre is near restaurants and a Chapters bookstore.
Featuring stadium-style seating with lots of leg room, Canyon Meadows Cinemas shows second-run films on big screens. The independent theatre's admission prices are less than half that of the city's major studio theatres.