Since changing hands, not much has changed at the Galleria. The seating is the same. The location is the same. With the introduction of the Lincoln Square Cinemas and its own parking structure hell, crowds are not as strong. In all, good, but nothing outstanding in today's cinema-friendly world. If you want to watch a movie AND feed a family of 12, though, I suggest you head to the Galleria and order the small popcorn, which in most theaters would be considered the value bucket. I made the mistake of not looking to see the sample-size display and ended up eating down only about 2" of the bucket. I then spent another half hour after the movie looking for a homeless person to which to pawn the rest of my endless popcorn. Takeaway: Homeless people don't live in Bellevue (or they're hiding them). Also, popcorn is plentiful with your movie at the Galleria.