Uptown 3 Theatre Movie Showtimes
4341 South Highway 92
Sierra Vista AZ 85650 map
Accessible to Disabled Audiences
Prices:adult: 7.25, senior: 5.00, child: 5.00
User reviews on Uptown 3 Theatre
Whoah. I went to Uptown 3 Theatre, and that's the last time I spend money at that dump. It smells like piss. It's old and run down. How that place gets first-run movies is beyond me. Also, the clientele were ghetto as ghetto can be. Kids running around. People loud and obnoxious. Nope. Never again.
Oh, and the fact that I'd take the time to create an account just to complain about this place will tell you... It's horrible!
They sold us tickets to "The Master" without having the courtesy to tell us their copy was not the right one for their projector. The tops and sides of the film were truncated. Their "solution" was to say we could come back and see another film for free. Funny thing, though, at first we thought the scenes with the character's heads cut off were an intentional part of this "artsy" film.
Just saw "The Artist." FINALLY Sierra Vista is getting some culture and foreign films. I am tired of the never ending super natural, monster, violence, war games and cartoon flicks. Not everyone around here is of the "under the age of 12" mind frame category. Keep up the good work Uptown, and you will be assured more patronage.
Uptown has started to bring in a "classier" set of movies.......Hugo........The Artist....
If this continues it will provide a good compliment to the more general fare at The Mall....
Good Job !!
I took my granddaughter to see "Cars 2" and was bitterly disappointed. The quality of the video was abysmal! It was blurry, the contrast was poor, there was no sharpness, nothing jumped off the screen, and at times it did not appear to be in 3D at all! It is obvious this theater does not have the correct equipment to show a 3D movie. Why in the world would the distributors allow this filthy theater to have a first run movie? It would be well worth the trip to Tucson to see this movie as the Imagineers at Disney intended it to be seen! I might just as well have waited to see this on DVD.
Stinks, stinks, stinks....that says it all. I hate going there and spending ANY money, I'd almost rather drive to Tucson to see a movie I can't see anywhere else or wait for it on video.
The Uptown 3 smells like urine to me. Whatever the smell actually is, you have to have a strong stomach to stay and get used to it. The theater is dirty and the health department really should take a look at the filth in and around the concession stand and in the rest rooms. We went once and would never go again even if it was the only theater in town. I was afraid I'd walk away with a disease from just going in and sitting down. YUCK doesn't even begin to describe the theater
It's always very upsetting when the A-list movie me and my family want to see is playing at the Uptown 3 Theatre. Going to that place is like walking into the ghetto. The theatre always smells, the floors and chairs are always sticky and the consession stand is a JOKE!!
Any type of profit that theatre makes is pocketed other then putting money towards any type of cleaning or god forbid any updated changes.
I have lived in Sierra Vista for over 20years and that place has not changed one bit.
Going to the movies and spending your money to see a movie on the big screen should be enjoyable and fun. Uptown 3 theatre makes u leaving the place feeling dirty.
I advise waiting for the movie to come out on DVD then wasting your money going there!!
Alright so I find the reviews in general so far to be hit and miss. Overall the Uptown 3 theater is just a place to go and watch a movie. They match their prices in just about every way to Cinemark without giving half the experience. They pop the popcorn early in the day and keep it covered with a trash bag. The "game room" is outdated and usually busted. The bathrooms usually have something out of order and the people there almost never smile. Cinemark isn't that great either, they don't bring in enough movies, they constantly have trouble with the equipment and almost never do they use all of their speakers except for big releases. Their is however a deal between the two that lets Uptown get some of the higher projected movie releases. Not sure who the deal was made through but having worked at Cinemark I do know it exists.
The Uptown 3 has nothing to do with Cinemark. It is an older building but it has a great picture, digital sound, reclining seats. I wish it had stadium seating but other than that.. this is a great theatre. Fast and friendly staff and the place is always clean. Competitive prices with their concession being a bit lower than the big chain. They also offer free kid movies to the community all summer. I LIKE the Uptown!