For prices and seating information check out the other posts on this theater. I am hear to tell you what they left out. Parking can be a nightmare. If you dare visit on a weekend night, then give yourself an extra 15 minutes just for parking. Give yourself another 10 minutes to stand in line. Once you are there beware of the lobby. On the opening night of a big release be aware of traffic management issues. You may have to go through groups of people standing in the lobby waiting for their movie to start seating. Once you get to your screen the seating capacity is only designed for about 100 people, so get their early to get a decent seat. Now, there are a lot of people in the area who have no sense of ettiquitte concerning movie viewing. This is a common problem at all theaters now it seems, so if you are going to see a movie marketed toward a younger demographic your best bet is to go during the week or during a weekend day. Or else you may end up listening to one side of a telephone conversation or smelling someone smoking. One final note, be aware of the parking on the north corner of the parking lot, the retaining wall gave way a couple of years ago and it has not been fixed yet. They say it is safe and marked off the dangerous spaces, but I would try not to park anywhere near it.