There are many movie theaters in Oklahoma City, but rather than settling for mediocrity, choose one of the best. For some, high concessions and loud movie-goers have forced just watching it on DVD, but you won't be disappointed if you catch your movie in the right place. Here is information on the best movie theaters in Oklahoma City, including location, showtimes, ticket buying, and more.
Going to the movies simply doesn't get any better than this. Located in Moore, the Warren Theatre sets a new standard. With movie memorabilia everywhere, a classic theater decor, a diner, mammoth screens, state-of-the-art sound, game room and more, just the "regular" experience is memorable enough. But the balcony option will blow you away. Available on two screens each week, adults 21 and over can sit in oversized chairs, enjoy a cocktail from the bar and be served full meals before and during the movie. Once you've been, you will feel cheated every time you see a show anywhere else.
Location: 1000 Telephone Rd. (Moore)
AMC Penn Square 10
The Quail Springs Mall theater has more screens, but in terms of luxury, Penn Square wins out. Formerly a Dickinson brand, it was acquired by AMC and extensively renovated in 2013. Now, it features red, power recliners with footrests and drink holders. Concessions have been improved and, similar to the Warren, you can reserve a specific seat.
Location: 1901 N.W. Expressway, Suite 2100
Harkins Bricktown Cinemas 16
Whether you're out for date night in Bricktown or are just looking for one of the best theaters in OKC, the Harkins Cine Capri Bricktown is a great choice. It opened in late 2004, part of the continuing boom in economic development in Bricktown and has all the elements of a top of the line movie-watching experience, including daycare available for the parents.
Location: 150 E. Reno Ave.
More screens. More times. Great setting. The theater at Quail Springs is top notch. If you can handle mall crowds, you'll definitely enjoy yourself.
Location: 2501 W. Memorial Road
This is another one of the big theaters with a bunch of screens, stadium seating and digital sound. It even has a game room for the kids while you wait for your movie to start. Overall, it's a solid place to catch a movie and has better prices than most.
Location: 6001 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Noble Theater at the OKC Museum of Art
Some people don't even know about the Noble Theater. From the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, this unique gem will give you the opportunity to see rare and classic films as well as hard-to-find quality movies in a restored classic theater. Whereas many of the establishments on this list focus on the "blockbusters," the Noble Theater presents award nominees, foreign films, short films, classics, and much more.
Location: 415 Couch Drive