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Dolby Cinema Now in 100 Locations

The number of Dolby Cinema locations around the world continues to grow, reaching the century mark this week with many more to come.

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Finally one near me. I may have to check it out sometime. But only if it's a movie I really want to see. There will probably be a premium on the ticket prices though .

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Finally one near me. I may have to check it out sometime. But only if it's a movie I really want to see. There will probably be a premium on the ticket prices though .
At the DV theater I go to (Burbank), the first showing of the day cost less and is worth the price.

But yeah, ticket prices are getting pretty outrageous.
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At the DV theater I go to (Burbank), the first showing of the day cost less and is worth the price.

But yeah, ticket prices are getting pretty outrageous.
We shall see. That is not the normal theater I go to, so I have decide if it's going to be worth it. It's a bit more of a madhouse than where
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I'd have to drive a couple of hours to either Tampa or Miami to get to a Dolby Theater, which I'm contemplating doing this weekend to see Valerian, it's just hard to see from the theater websites which films are playing in the actual Dolby Cinema for each showtime. It looks like some may be pushing Valerian out quickly in favor of Dunkirk, and I don't really have any interest in that one.

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I hope AMC's Chinese owners wrote Dolby Labs a huge check for the USA exclusivity. I still think it's a bad idea for Dolby Cinemas' reach to see the new technology. For me, the nearest Dolby Cinemas equipped AMC theaters are far out of reasonable driving distances.
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I've been to the Tysons Corner VA Dolby Theater several times now. As a whole the experience is great. But I've noticed that the picture looks really soft on occasion. I went to see Spider Man in the same complex on iMax and the picture was better overall than the Dolby presentation. At least when I judged it based on sharpness. I have not been that impressed with the picture. The sound is a whole different beast which is amazing.

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I've never been to a Dolby Vision theater. These theaters are probably fantastic, so I just looked up the locations of Dolby Vision theaters in NY and there is one in NYC....I then looked at the price to see Dunkirk in Dolby Vision....$23/ticket and then promptly said "no thanks". I'm sure it might be worth it, but for $46 for my wife and I to see a movie is a little too much. This does not even include and beverages or snacks...maybe add $15 for that....so for ~$60 for 2 people to see a movie? I don't think so. I would rather spend ~$25 for the UHD disc and watch on my LG OLED.....I would rather own the movie for much less....
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I've never been to a Dolby Vision theater. These theaters are probably fantastic, so I just looked up the locations of Dolby Vision theaters in NY and there is one in NYC....I then looked at the price to see Dunkirk in Dolby Vision....$23/ticket and then promptly said "no thanks". I'm sure it might be worth it, but for $46 for my wife and I to see a movie is a little too much. This does not even include and beverages or snacks...maybe add $15 for that....so for ~$60 for 2 people to see a movie? I don't think so. I would rather spend ~$25 for the UHD disc and watch on my LG OLED.....I would rather own the movie for much less....
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Is there a date for when the AMC exclusive ends in the US?
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Unhappy Dolby Atmos

There's a Dolby Atmos theatre where I live in Georgetown Washington, DC. The first 2 films I saw there made shake my rib cage, after that it seems the system is broken or just switched off. I asked one of the employees if they could check the system, maybe it was switched off or faulty. After my 3rd visit the excitement was like a dream. It never worked again.
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Some of them need to upgrade to 2 auditoriums. It sucks when 2 movies are released the same week. I guess im lucky with Tampa having two AMCs equipped with Dolby Cinemas. I can goto one and see Dunkirk and the other for Valerian. But I wish i could see them both in the same place

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Some of them need to upgrade to 2 auditoriums. It sucks when 2 movies are released the same week. I guess im lucky with Tampa having two AMCs equipped with Dolby Cinemas. I can goto one and see Dunkirk and the other for Valerian. But I wish i could see them both in the same place
My Dolby Cinema auditorium is stuck with Girls Trip this week. It's not even a DV flick. Pass. Would have loved to see Valerian.
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Nothing here in Canada. I hope I can go see one Dolby Cinema movie in New York next year. Around where I live, the best theater is an IMAX and it sucks big time versus my dedicated HT...
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I'd have to drive a couple of hours to either Tampa or Miami to get to a Dolby Theater, which I'm contemplating doing this weekend to see Valerian, it's just hard to see from the theater websites which films are playing in the actual Dolby Cinema for each showtime. It looks like some may be pushing Valerian out quickly in favor of Dunkirk, and I don't really have any interest in that one.
Where are you located? There's one in Altamonte Springs if you ever make your way to Orlando.

https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-th...amonte-mall-18

Edit: AMC Disney Springs is also getting a Dolby Cinema conversion. I no longer see their ETX auditorium listed so they must have started the renovation. Maybe a few months...

https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-th...ney-springs-24

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I've been to the Tysons Corner VA Dolby Theater several times now. As a whole the experience is great. But I've noticed that the picture looks really soft on occasion. I went to see Spider Man in the same complex on iMax and the picture was better overall than the Dolby presentation. At least when I judged it based on sharpness. I have not been that impressed with the picture. The sound is a whole different beast which is amazing.
I have been to numerous Dolby Cinemas and seen numerous films there. I agree with you and have two theories on this.

1. With this advanced technology in the Dolby (Rebadged and tweaked Christie's) projectors, we're actually starting to see the weaknesses in the source content. Some are shot/mastered/graded better than others.

2. The Dolby Cinemas in AMC Prime auditoriums have serious design flaws. One is that their ambient lighting needs to be controlled and directed more off the screen. That red glow from the emergency exit signs really degrade the contrast. I've seen a few screens where the whole thing was basked in it. Maybe they've fixed it, but idk.

Maybe not the whole reason with number 2, but perhaps combined with number 1 can cause some image softening to be more evident.
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Is there a date for when the AMC exclusive ends in the US?
It was never released publicly, but my guess would be closer to 10 years. See my post that expands on this.

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Some of them need to upgrade to 2 auditoriums. It sucks when 2 movies are released the same week. I guess im lucky with Tampa having two AMCs equipped with Dolby Cinemas. I can goto one and see Dunkirk and the other for Valerian. But I wish i could see them both in the same place
Hey fellow Floridian, my post touches on this very subject. I don't see it happening though. To keep it special, marketable and profitable, they need to differentiate it from regular auditoriums and even Imax. Now if they saw Dolby auditoriums constantly selling out, people avoiding Imax, they may eventually drop Imax and convert that auditorium to a Dolby Cinema too. But I don't see that happening for years, in part due to licensing agreements with Imax and other markets where they would want to keep Imax.

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I have been to numerous Dolby Cinemas and seen numerous films there. I agree with you and have two theories on this.

1. With this advanced technology in the Dolby (Rebadged and tweaked Christie's) projectors, we're actually starting to see the weaknesses in the source content. Some are shot/mastered/graded better than others.

2. The Dolby Cinemas in AMC Prime auditoriums have serious design flaws. One is that their ambient lighting needs to be controlled and directed more off the screen. That red glow from the emergency exit signs really degrade the contrast. I've seen a few screens where the whole thing was basked in it. Maybe they've fixed it, but idk.

Maybe not the whole reason with number 2, but perhaps combined with number 1 can cause some image softening to be more evident.
The one in Brandon is surprisingly dark compared to the Veterans in Tampa. Im sure it has to do with the conversion since the Brandon one is half the size and itsan older theater. There is almost no light glare on the screen. Veteran's was bad when it opened, I think they fixed it a little bit but its still there. I have complained to AMC about it. I have so thought about bringing in tape to slowly cover the lights

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How does this differ than all the Cinemark theaters with Dolby surround sound?
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How does this differ than all the Cinemark theaters with Dolby surround sound?
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I visited the new Dolby Cinema auditorium at the AMC River East 21 in Chicago for the 11:00 showing of "Dunkirk". They rebuilt the stadium seating for recliners (with motion). Especially with a second upper row of wheelchair seating, the number of seats must have been cut in half.

For comparison, before the show I watched about 10 minutes of the 10:00 show from 70mm film. Afterwards, I watched about 10 minutes of the 12:00 regular digital show. A rather small audience for Dolby Cinema, but the 70mm nearly filled a large auditorium.

At first I thought they were using a Sony 4K projector in 3D mode for previews. But the main show looked rather similar on the projection booth window. You can't get too close to the booth, but it appears that the two Christie projectors face each other, with one higher than the other. There are two mirrors in the middle to throw the image to the screen. I'd love to see some drawings or photos of this.

The really odd thing was that the end credits for Dunkirk were quite blurry even though the film appeared quite sharp. Perhaps the credits were sourced from lower quality material for some reason...
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I had my first experience with Dolby Cinema today and was underwhelmed I had high hopes but AMC Concord Mills 24 let my daughter and I down! There were two visible lines down the left and right hand sides of the screen a few feet in which were very noticeable during brighter scenes even some of the darker scenes. I will say, during several dark scenes, the technology shined and Valerian was beautiful. Dialogue could have been stepped up a few decibels but overall the audio aspect was very good, not great. I hope that the issue with the visual side is just at this theater and they have it fixed soon, otherwise, it is not worth the premium!
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The one in Brandon is surprisingly dark compared to the Veterans in Tampa. Im sure it has to do with the conversion since the Brandon one is half the size and itsan older theater. There is almost no light glare on the screen. Veteran's was bad when it opened, I think they fixed it a little bit but its still there. I have complained to AMC about it. I have so thought about bringing in tape to slowly cover the lights
I haven't been to those yet. Maybe if I'm in that area one day.

Are you saying the Dolby Cinema Auditorium at the Brandon location is half the size of the one at the Veterans?
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I had my first experience with Dolby Cinema today and was underwhelmed I had high hopes but AMC Concord Mills 24 let my daughter and I down! There were two visible lines down the left and right hand sides of the screen a few feet in which were very noticeable during brighter scenes even some of the darker scenes. I will say, during several dark scenes, the technology shined and Valerian was beautiful. Dialogue could have been stepped up a few decibels but overall the audio aspect was very good, not great. I hope that the issue with the visual side is just at this theater and they have it fixed soon, otherwise, it is not worth the premium!
They might have kept the old screen. Could have been caused from taking it down to install the new speakers and then re-stretching.

I would call the theater and ask as well as fill out a complaint form online. There's an option to check stating you would like to be contacted via email or phone. Usually one of the managers at the theater will respond.
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I haven't been to those yet. Maybe if I'm in that area one day.

Are you saying the Dolby Cinema Auditorium at the Brandon location is half the size of the one at the Veterans?
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Thanks! I'll try and remember that if I ever get to that area.

So Veterans = bigger screen and twice the seats but still plagued by the red glow on the screen from emergency exit lights?

Brandon = only slightly smaller screen and half the seats with no red glow?

BTW, I love your idea about bringing some electrical tape to cover the lights ourselves... if only it wasn't a federal offense.
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