It is pretty obvious that the Loeks family is more interested in building up their Celebration Cinemas, and Studio 28 has fallen by the wayside. Which is too bad, because I hear that it used to be pretty nice!
Anyway, this theatre has 20 screens, including "Theatre 1" which is a huge, ornate, curtained thing that they put the big blockbusters in. It's a little over the top, but it works. The theatre has always seemed a little cluttered to me, especially the lobby with a strange conglomerate of a gift shop, simulation ride, ticket stations and black couches. I have never liked the layout of Studio - it's a whole mess of hallways and theatres seem placed randomly. Plus, the bathrooms are not really convenient to the theatres and patrons in them. In addition, there are multiple concession stands and not all of them are open all the time, so if you're stuck in a theatre at the end of a hallway and the only open concession stand is way on the other side of the theatre, you'll have to miss quite a bit of the movie to get your popcorn refilled.
The whole place could use some refinishing, but overall I've had good service there. I am also a fan of their cheap movies on Sunday and Tuesday nights, and so I'll continue going there!