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Regal Continental Stadium 10 & RPX
3635 South Monaco Parkway
Denver, CO 80237

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Opened in 1966 as the United Artists Continental Theatre, a single-screen location. Renovated in 1995-1996 to add five screens. It was increased to ten screens in 2008 and renamed the Regal Continental 10

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Average Overall Rating from our readers: Poor (1 rating)

Apr 8, 2011 -  

Ratings

Picture Quality:OK
Sound Quality:OK
Staff:Poor
Overall:Poor

Well, this used to be a great theatre. First it was a single, with a giant 78' wide D-150 curved screen. Then they added on some auditoriums, and they do get credit for not tearing down the old auditorium. But several renovations later, they have pretty much stripped it of what made it special.

The screen is still pretty big, but it isn't as curved. Some would say that's an improvement because the curvature caused some optical distortion from the back, but if you sat up close the old screen would wrap around you and you were IN the movie.

Unfortunately, the screen has been moved closer and the auditorium's slope has been changed. The first five or six rows are now unusable, not because they are too close, but because the new layout means you cannot see over the seat in front of you- it blocks the bottom of the screen.

The new stadium arrangement also means that the seats in the very middle are gone, because of the walk-through. At least there isn't a center aisle.

The auditorium used to have a long gentle slope, with incredibly wide rows so that you could walk in and out without stepping on folks you passed, and every seat was sloped and staggered so that you saw over the folks in front of you. This configuration allowed for more than twice as many seats as the new layout, and they managed to fill it up.

The sound is only ok. There is a lot of bass, but it somehow feels mushy. I don't know how to describe it better than that.

In the past, the screen was curtained. Now, you are bombarded by annoying ads before the show.

The digital projection IS pretty good, especially for a screen this size. But it still doesn't hold a candle to properly done 35mm or 70MM film, which this theatre used to project on a regular basis.

All of these downgrades in quality have been accompanied by a severe hike in price. It's now (early '11) $13.50 to see a "video" in this auditorium. I would never advocate acts of mischief, but if I did, I would probably suggest that you buy a ticket for another auditorium and then accidentally walk into this one.

One other note: This theatre used to have a terrific Flashback Features series where they showed great films like Jaws and Raiders of the Lost Ark on the big screen. That has been cancelled so that they can focus 100% on the latest crap from hollywood. Yet those titles don't seem to draw the crowds that the Flashbacks did. Maybe they should just raise the prices more for the few folks that do show up.

My recommendation? Stay home. Your BluRay will look as good as their video, and you can find better titles to watch.

Would you recommend this theater to others? No!


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