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Manor Theatre

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Pittsburgh, PA 15201
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(412) 422-7729
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Best

This small independently run theater is a nice change of pace from the multiplexes elsewhere in the city. Conveniently located on a popular street in Squirrel Hill, it shows a mi...

Worst

The theatre is gross. I feel like there is mold in the theatres They used to always give me an ice cup when I came in and now I go in and they tell me in will cost me 3 dollars fo...

Theatre is going downhill 12/6/2011

The theatre is gross. I feel like there is mold in the theatres They used to always give me an ice cup when I came in and now I go in and they tell me in will cost me 3 dollars for ice! The times also never seem to be right. I come in for movies and they tell me the times are wrong It used to be much nicer I don't think I'll be going back more

A nice alternative 8/31/2005

This small independently run theater is a nice change of pace from the multiplexes elsewhere in the city. Conveniently located on a popular street in Squirrel Hill, it shows a mix of independent of popular film. A great place to get an almost private viewing on some weeknights- though don't expect a large selection of foods or other amenities typical at your more prominent chains. more

Alternative to the chains 8/20/2005

The Manor Theatre is an excellent alternative to the huge movie theatres, like that found at the Waterfront. Although the theatre does not have the advanced technology of other movie theatres, Manor has a welcoming, nostolgic feel of movie theatres in the 1980s. Highly trafficked by locals and college students, the theatre usually offers independent movies that you can't find at the chains -- and maintains a reasonable price. more

Wonderful Independent Movie Theater 8/16/2005

I love this theater. They usually show films that major theater chains (Loews, AMC) either won't show, or have not yet discovered. All of the people who work there are nice, and the crowd that attends the theater is full of mostly students and local residents. The theater is decorated in an old-fashioned style- plush red carpets and yellow/tan walls. The screens are large enough. more
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