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Loews Theatres Plainville - 7 Reviews - 220 New Britain Road, Plainville, CT - Movie Theaters Reviews - Phone (860) 793-6661

Loews Theatres Plainville

220 New Britain Road
Plainville, CT 06062
(860) 793-6661
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This could be one of my favorites places to see a movie. The stadium seating is large and comfortable. The sound systems is terrific. The quality of every film I have seen there i...


I went to this theater many times, and each was an experience I will not soon forget. The floor is always sticky, and employees do not know how to do their jobs. The thearter is "...

Finally a decent theater! 9/26/2005

We have begun to hate going out to the movies, but occasionally we will make the trip here. It's very clean and the theaters are well laid out. The food is overpriced as usual, but they have a butter station for your popcorn, so that you can add as much or as little as you want. Also, they have a dippin dots vending machine that my husband is obsessed with! more

Best theater in the area! 8/22/2005

I love this theater! The way they designed each theater is great - the rows are set so that you don't have anyone's head blocking your view. The seats are big, comfy and have cup holders. I have always found this to be one of the cleanest theaters around. The food court has a huge selection! Great popcorn and hot dogs! I love this place!! more

Excellent place for a movie 8/16/2005

I would highly recommend this movie theater, as it is always clean from inside the theaters to the stalls of the bathrooms. It's a great place for a date night. There is also a food court with many (yet overpriced) food options from popcorn and soda to practically full meals with chicken fingers, etc. more

Movies anyone 8/8/2005

What a nice theatre. Oversized & comfy chairs with cup holder. They rock a bit too. Prices well they are in line with regular mainstream theatres. Nice evening out. The lines are not too long and the clerks are honest. I took my son to see a movie and she told me there were only 6 seats left and they were probably down front or not together. We did not see the movie that day but did go back. more
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