Edwards...eh. It's a suburban cinemapalacesuperdrome that is clean, well air-conditioned, centrally located and offers a vast array of wide-release films on modern equipment.
A few downsides- always crowded, esp. for popular showings. There is no way of knowing in advance if a film is sold out, so you will inevitably take the kids (or significant other!), park in the giant parking garage, schlep down the three flights of stairs, across the perilous Cinema Drive, through the gaggles of loiterers and shoppers crowding the walkways only to find that your desired attraction has been sold out into the next day! BUMMER! I have never in my life been to a theater with more sold out showings- EVER. What can I say? People in the SCV must love movies!
If you go, prepare to arrive early to get a good seat. If you are late, you will be forced to sit in the orchestra pit type area which is *ALWAYS* filled with rowdy, chatty, cellphones-a'ringin' teenagers who will giggle during dramatic scenes and make loud farting noises during romantic montages. Ugh.
That is- unless you are choosing any type of artsy or critically acclaimed adult-geared film. Those usually don't sell out and are always teenager-free. Go artsy flicks!!! :D
Popcorn occasionally stale, always overpriced. But hey...free butter!