As I sit here and read the reviews made by others I wonder what people are thinking when they write. One complains the service and food are lousy, the other says what do you expect you get what you paid for, it was only a 1.50. To the later I ask since when does it cost money to keep something clean? The cinema obviously has somesort of cleaning supplies on hand to keep it as it is now, what would it hurt to add a little extra elbow grease and clean it right? For that matter, since when does it cost money to be polite? If a person is working there, the person either A. applied for the job and was hired for the job they went in seeking or B. was forced to work there by some family member. I'm thinking the choice is A, this is America where we have the freedom to choose where we work, so if you freely walk into a place, seek a job and get hired to do the job at a dollar amount agreed upon when you took the job why not do it with a smile, efficiency and a kind word? Customer service is going down the tube because people accept rudeness from others and blame it on, ""oh maybe they're having a bad day"" life is hard, we all have bad days that doesn't mean you have the right to be mean or rude, get over it, or get a job where you don't have to talk to the public.
Pros: employs people
Cons: dirty, dirty, dirty, broken seats and equipment, rude people