Movies in Orlando Theaters
Your Guide to Movies in Orlando Theaters
The Orlando, Florida area is home to many different movie theater chains, including the well-knowns like AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. These theaters typically offer reclining seats, a variety of food choices, and discount movie options, depending on the day.
AMC Theaters is one of the most popular chains in the Orlando area. They have several locations throughout the city, including the AMC Disney Springs dine-in movie complex at the Walt Disney World Resort. AMC theaters offer reclining seats, digital projection, and Dolby 7.1 surround sound.
The cinemas also have a wide variety of food choices, from traditional movie theater popcorn to chicken fingers and pizza. Six of the theaters offer a true dine-in experience with hand-crafted food and cocktails. But, keep in mind, it’s only six. So, be sure to choose your movie wisely.
Regal Entertainment Group and Cinemark are other large chains with several theaters in Orlando. They offer reclining seats, reserved seating, and online ticketing. Plus, you’ll find a wide variety of food choices, including hot dogs, pretzels, nachos, and candy, and some have a much broader selection with burgers, pizza, desserts, and more.
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Discount Movies in Orlando
Believe it or not but there are still some dollar movie theaters in the US. We typically say there are “discount” movies like West Orange Cinema offers. But Picture Show in Altamonte Springs is a full-fledged dollar movie theater. It’s where you’ll find second-run movies that have already been, or about to be released on DVD or Blu-ray. Dollar movie theaters are a great option for people who want to see a movie but don’t want to spend a lot of money.
If you’re looking for dinner and a movie all in one place, it seems like most cinemas are turning to full menus and cocktails. A few of the best movie theaters in Orlando with in-theater dining include the Touchstar Cinemas Southchase 7 and the Studio Movie Grill Winter Park. Both of these theaters offer digital projection and Dolby surround sound. They also have a wide selection of food and drinks, including cocktails.
Orlando Drive-In Movies
Oh, and you’re a fan of your vehicle, there’s no need to leave it. You’ll find three options for drive-in movies in Orlando – the Ocala, Ruskin Family, and Silver Moon Drive-Ins.
So, if you’re looking for a great movie-going experience, Orlando has something for everyone. With a variety of different theater chains and dollar movie theaters, you’re sure to find a theater that’s perfect for you.
Orlando Area Movie Theatres
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Frequently Asked Questions
Orlando boasts three of the biggest movie theater chains in the United States – AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. You’ll also find Studio Movie Grill, drive-in movie theaters, discount cinemas, and more.
Yes. There are quite a few drive-in movie options, as the weather makes it possible to stay open year-round. Some of the drive-in options include the Silver Moon, Ruskin Family, and the Ocala. Plus, Disney Resorts have outdoor screenings, and pop-up screenings also show up from time to time.
Yes. The AMC Disney Springs cinema complex provides 21 screens, six of which have in-theater dining. Patrons can order handcrafted food and beverages that are delivered right to their seats.
Orlando is one of the few places in the US that still has an actual dollar theater in addition to discount theaters and promo days at AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. Admission to The Picture Show in Altamonte Springs is $1.