What better way to spend a hot summer afternoon than taking the kids for a movie?! Especially exciting now that they are re-opened. It’s been at least a year since we all went to see movies so we’re ready! But do you know where in the Foothill Community is the best place to see a movie? Are you looking for luxury or a good deal? Recliner seats or indie flicks? We’ve researched and found all the different movie theaters in the Foothill Community just for you. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
Your Foothill Community’s Best Movie Theaters
Regency Theaters Pasadena: $3.50 admission!
Mission Tiki Drive-In: Bring the car full of kids, adults are $10 and kids only $1! Pull in to your parking space and feel free to bring out lawn chairs, blankets, whatever you want as long as you stay within your parking space! You’ll pull in to one screen and watch two movies, which it’s important to note, all start after dark. To listen in, it’s just an easy app download.
Ipic Theater Pasadena: A supremely luxurious movie experience with recliners, cocktails and full-service menu brought to your chair in the theater. Warning: once you do this you can never go back. It’s dangerous!
Laemmle Claremont: Central village location showing more independent type films in an older classic theater. The proximity to restaurants and dessert places is divine, even if their chairs might not be!
Regal Edwards La Verne: Comfy recliner chairs in a classic theater setting. Typical movie food, but they also sell cocktails and some mexican food too! Not just the nachos/hot dogs/icee options of our youth.
AMC Glendora 12: Reserve seating online and IMAX shows too. Otherwise, a typical AMC theater with typical AMC offerings. We know you know what we’re talking about!
Foothill Cinema Stadium 10 Azusa: $5 all day Sundays! This theater is perfect for those looking for a deal, especially on Sundays! Plus you could rent out a full theater if you’d like to host a big screening or birthday party.
What’s your favorite theater to go to for a fun summer flick? We’d love to hear about it in the comments below! The Foothill Communities have so many options, but it’s challenging sometimes to sift through the okay ones and get to the good stuff.