Well, first off, let me say that I like that this place exists. Without it, the only way I could see a movie like "The Fog of War" or "Pretty Little Things" would be to get it on Netflix- because good ol' Blockbuster refuses to carry any movie that doesn't have Kevin Bacon or Will Smith in its cast.
However, the films they carry will typically be about 1 to 2 months behind major cities. For a town the size of Little Rock, it's understandable, but a tad frustrating.
Also, the facility is a fuzz run down. The seats are creaky and the sound system is in desperate need of an upgrade and about 20% of the time the projectionalist will screw up the transition between reels.
What also merits noting are those irritating "please don't put your feet on the seats" signs . You know, if someone would sweep those filthy floors once in a while then I would gladly place my feet on it. Also, there is a Nazi like attitude towards bringing food in from outside. Again, if the Jolly Ranchers weren't decades old, we wouldn't be smuggling in contraband like POW prisoners.
But like I said, I like that this place is around.