Toronto Movie Theatres
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.
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.
At Canada Square movie theatre customers can watch both limited-release movies and Hollywood blockbusters. Movies range from dramas to animated family films.
At Rainbow Cinemas Market Square customers can go for matinee and evening screenings of movies. The theatre plays popular newly released films.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.