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Second largest IMAX screen in Metro Detroit area?

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Hi all,

I hope this is the appropriate forum.

IMAX screen sizes seem to vary hugely. The big, beautiful monster at The Henry Ford is really amazing. But, I've been in theatres that say "IMAX", and I've been rather unimpressed.

So, since The Henry Ford isn't showing The Hunger Games, I'm wondering what the *second* largest IMAX screen in the area is? I've done some Google searching, and I've found lists of IMAX theatres in Michigan, but none of them list the screen sizes of the various theatres.

Any thoughts, anyone?

Thanks,

-Mark
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Hi all,

I hope this is the appropriate forum.

IMAX screen sizes seem to vary hugely. The big, beautiful monster at The Henry Ford is really amazing. But, I've been in theatres that say "IMAX", and I've been rather unimpressed.

So, since The Henry Ford isn't showing The Hunger Games, I'm wondering what the *second* largest IMAX screen in the area is? I've done some Google searching, and I've found lists of IMAX theatres in Michigan, but none of them list the screen sizes of the various theatres.

Any thoughts, anyone?

Thanks,

-Mark

We've been going to the one in Grand Blanc, NCG Cinemas. It's a little bit of a drive but the audiences seem to be polite and civilized.

I can't swear to it but I believe the screen is the same size as Dearborn's Henry Ford.
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