Cary >Regal Crossroads Stadium 20
Prices and stuff for Crossroads20. Crossroads 20 is a very nice theater. But there are some disadvantages to the cinema. The price for a movie tends to rise. About a month ago, I'd go to see a movie and it was $5. Then today I go to see a movie and it's $5.50! I mean, that's a very high rise! And as if that's not enough, the concession prices are UNBELIEVABLE! Nobody wants to pay that damn much for POPCORN! And even sometimes, the popcorn is COLD! EWW! Although the concessions are very tasty and there's quite a selection, the prices are my complaint. I mean, $1.25 for Mini M&Ms! I can get the same thing for 1/2 that price somewhere else! The audio/visual production is very well, and there is a wide selection of movies to choose from. The seating is VERY comfortable and stadium seating ROCKS!
One of the best!. I have recently switched to this theater after having frequented Raleigh Grande. This theater is MUCH cleaner and the attendents are MUCH friendlier. I've seen two movies here so far and the sound/picture quality were excellent and at least CARY keeps their movies UPDATED on this site!!!
Nice except for long lines. For the most most my movie experience at Crossroads was very good. The biggest problem is the lines. Most times I have been there, I have had to stand in long lines for both tickets and concessions.
A Great Place. Great Place to go. A lil pricey if you're not a student, but it's got nice student rates ( ~$5.50 )
YOWZA. its good, nice theaters and service, good concessions, and always good movies. very nice atmosphere
Definately the best. 20 Large theaters, nice stadium theaters, good service, well organized, accurate times on showings, and it always has the most recent movies
Best of NC. I have been to every theater in Raleigh and Crossroads 20 scores the best of Raleigh for me. Most comfortable, great sound, VERY CLEAN, polite attendants, excellent sound and presentations. I refuse to go to any other theater and drive all the way from Benson. Hometechnc, never experienced what you are talking about in the hundreds of times I have been... I think you were at United in Garner
9. A very good theater overall however I have one complaint and one observation. Tensabarrier style rails (like at the airport lines) would dramatically help the lines at the booths. I've been in lines that ultimately merge together in a mix of confusion and frustrated customers. People cue up to the booth windows as seen from the back of the crowd only to sometimes discover that the window they've lined up with is closed and chaotically merging with other undefined lines. Moveable rails would define lines, clearly mark closed booths and ease much frustration. They could at least post a "Closed" sign at a high location in closed booths so that it could be viewed from the back of the crowd. Also, am I missing something or is it all too possible that people can simply enter the theater and bypass the ticket collector by cutting through the bathrooms?
Crossroads 20 Fails the Test.
Took the wife and kids to see MIB 2 this past Saturday. The film presentaiton was very poor ... the picture was saturated with black specks (lazy projectionist fails to maintain his equipment), and the audio was quite distorted for about 15 minutes in the middle of the movie!
What a waste of $38 in tickets and snacks! Theater owners should not blame the general public for losing revenues to DVD rentals. And no, this was not an isolated occurence.
What's with you, Mama?. I agree with GrOve. This is possibly the theatre in the area. It has the most theatres in the building, and a great selection of movies. How important ARE your drinks, Mama?
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