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Toronto Movie Theatres

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At Cineplex Odeon Sheppard Grande movie-goers can sit back and watch a variety of genres of films. Horrors, dramas, foreign films and more types of movies grace the theatre's big screens.
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Watch a new Hollywood release on a huge IMAX screen at this theatre or check out a movie on one of the 14 regular screens. The cinema features a range of food choices including Taco Bell, New York Fries, KFC, Ben and Jerry's, Wetzel's Pretzels, Timothy's Coffee and the Vivid Lounge.
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At Canada Square movie theatre customers can watch both limited-release movies and Hollywood blockbusters. Movies range from dramas to animated family films.
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At Rainbow Cinemas Market Square customers can go for matinee and evening screenings of movies. The theatre plays popular newly released films.
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Located in trendy Yorkville, Cumberland 4 Cinemas specializes in foreign films and limited release movies. Customers can enjoy dinner before or after the movie in one the area's close by tasty restaurants.
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Located in Roncesvalles, this historic landmark opened in 1912 and features a traditional art deco marquee and a 244-seat theater, complete with a true silver Cinemascope screen. Second-run blockbusters, special screenings and an array of cultural events are showcased at the cinema.
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The Ontario Science Centre houses an OMNIMAX Theatre, which presents a variety of IMAX films on science and nature, and showcases rotating exhibits, educational programs and special events. The centre is open seven days a week from 10 am - 5 pm (Closed Dec 25).
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At The Beach Cinemas customers can see the latest films to hit the big screen. Comedies, horrors, chick flicks, kid friendly and more types of movies are shown.
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Alternative film, current Hollywood blockbusters and cult classics are played at this historic theater, which offers bi-annual membership services and is host to frequent cultural events, including film festivals and special screenings.
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Opened in 1971, Cineshpere was he first permanent IMAX theatre in the world. Fome features include a 80 ft. by 60 ft. screen, seating capacity of 752 and digital sound.
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