Regal Spotlight Stadium 14 Movie Showtimes
1100 North Interstate Drive
Norman OK 73072 map
Prices:adult: 9.00, senior: 7.00, child: 6.50
User reviews on Regal Spotlight Stadium 14
I went to a movie in mid-January and used the restroom on the east side of the building... and there was dried #2 on the side of the seat in the first stall.
I mentioned this to the staff who said it would be taken care of.
I went to another film over two weeks later... AND THE SAME DRIED EXCREMENT WAS ON THE SAME TOILET SEAT.
They need to REALLY CLEAN the bathrooms!!!
The management of this theatre lies, if they tell you that your viewing pleasure is at their heart. We, along with several others, complained about an unrestrained, screaming child in our theatre. I found the manager herself, who looked me directly in the eye, and said she would have it looked into. She LIED. nobody came to check, at all. she just flat-out lied to me. I don't recommend this theatre, unless you have severely undisciplined children, and if you do: Keep them home!
The Hollywood Spotlight 14 Theater would pulls down a rating of 2 stars out of 5 stars. The positives for this theater are it is in Norman and they carry most of already released mainstream films so if you live in Norman it is close to you. The people who run the place are very nice folks. But, the negatives of this theater are (1) it is almost always unclean in the theaters and dirty, (2) bathrooms are falling apart, (3) the seats rows are so close together that it is uncomfortable to sit down if you are over 5' 10" tall so don't sit anywhere off the aisle, and (4) they never show an independant film or an early release blockbuster move - you must go elsewhere for this. If you don't feel like driving 10 minutes farther to the Moore Warren, then this is a decent option.
District 9 was great! Very original, very well acted. I could so see this kind of scenario is today's world with the way government and people are. I hadn't heard of any of the actors in it mainly because it's shot in South Africa, but it doesn't matter. It was well done and I loved it. Before the movie it over, you have ran the gambit of hating, disliking, associating with, feeling sorry for, and actually liking the main human character. It was a great feat for almost any film. Totally worth seeing if you are into aliens and/or sci-fi. :) Hope that they come up with a second installment.
OMG. Went and seen "Moon". Please do yourself a favor and don't waste your time or money on seeing this movie. If you feel you just gotta see it, for God's sake, wait for it to go to Redbox or go the cheap matinee. The movie was well enough done, but it moved ever so incredibly, painfully slowly. Plus, when you only have only 2 characters in a film: 1 human, 1 computer--you really can't do a whole lot to spice it up or make it exciting. I would have rather went home, saved my money, and watched tv.--If I could give it less than one star, I would.
Star Trek...well, it was supposed to be a \"reboot\" of the franchise. All that amounted to was a younger cast, but they did cast exceptionally well. I was pleasantly surprised. As a diehard trekkie from way back of going to conventions, I really enjoyed this film. Any faux pas moments that were in this film, they covered well. It was nice to see Spock again even through the many filters they used on his face. I guess if I were his age, I\'d want to be seen at my best too. Definitely worth the watching! Great special effects, believable cast.
Saw \"Twilight\" and I liked it. I categorize it as a chick flick even though it\'s about vampires. Maybe it\'s more of a vampire love story. But, it\'s good. Especially for \"Twilight\" book fans or fans of Robert Pattinson. It\'s quite a sweet movie with plenty of places that startle you enough to make you jump in your seat. If you\'re a guy..you probably won\'t like this movie. Most of the guys I saw were there cause their girlfriends dragged them to see it. My husband said it didn\'t have anything that blew up, car chases, etc, to make him like it. :) I\'m now waiting on the sequels to come out to see what happens to the budding love affair in this one!
I just saw the movie \"Expelled\". This documentary is very well done. Ben Stein hit a home run here. I encourage all thinking people to go see this movie. Stein definitely made his point that critical thinking is obviously not tolerated on the American college or university campus. This movie made me realize how many of us \"college educated\" people were brain washed by some of our science professors. When I think back I can remember how critical thinking in matters of science (specifically Darwin\'s evolution)was discouraged and even ridiculed.
Obv iously that problem is much worse now. Are they afraid for us to think for ourselves? Where is the freedom of speech? I paid for each hour of my college education. I think I was cheated.
'Wolfman' was full of great special effects. I don't even like the guy would played the lead (Benicio DelToro) but he pulled it off. Anthony Hopkins plays one sadistic old fart that you really want to see get the shaft and are not disappointed in the end--just desserts & all that. It was a film that showed just how people are when it comes to someone or something strange that we don't understand: tie it up, poke sticks at it and see if you can make it bite or howl in pain, experiment on it, place it in view for spectacle. It was still great though. A very worthy remake and a fine job they did. Let's face facts...you can only do so much with a wolfman! :)