The Best and Worst Movie Theaters in Philadelphia

Our comprehensive, semi-scientific ranking of the good, the bad and the sticky.

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Summer blockbuster season has arrived! Time to indulge in that classic American ritual even Netflix can’t kill: sitting in a darkened theater with some overpriced popcorn, sharing an ex­perience—an escape from reality—with a bunch of your fellow citizens, if only for a couple hours.

Now, it’s true that going to the movies in Philadelphia can sometimes try your patience (the sticky floors, the cell-phone talkers, the occasional aggressive neighbor), but that’s why we’ve broken it down for you here: the best (and worst) theaters in the area.

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>>Click here for the best and worst movie theaters in Montgomery County.
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  • Denise Rambo

    The UA in East Whiteland (Chester County) is now a car dealership.