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Movie Theaters - Where to See a Movie in Pittsburgh

Want to catch the latest flick? Get the scoop on Pittsburgh movie theaters, from which have the best seats to which one is closest to you. Movie theater listings cover the greater Pittsburgh area.

Cinemark IMAX Theatre at Galleria Pittsburgh Mills
This IMAX 3D theater serves up IMAX documentary and educational films in addition to regular feature films. Spacious stadium seating.

Cinemark Robinson Township
Cinemark opened this upscale movie theater at Settler's Ridge in Robinson Township in 2009. Sixteen screens including Cinemark XD - Extreme Digital Cinema, plus great reclining stadium seats and plenty of self-serve concessions.

Destinta - Bridgeville
20-screen megaplex with stadium seating located in the Chartiers Valley Shopping Center in Bridgeville, PA.

Destinta - North Versailles
Large movie theater located in Pittsburgh Plaza East boasts 22 auditoriums, and the newest technology in movie screens and sound.

Galleria Cinemas - Carmike 6
Located on the 2nd floor of the Galleria shopping mall in Mt. Lebanon, this well-kept theater is geared primarily toward family films.

Harris Theater
Downtown Pittsburgh movie house operated by Pittsburgh Filmmakers shows first-run foreign and independent American films, as well as classics and documentaries.

Loews Waterfront Theater
Huge cineplex at the Waterfront in Homestead offers stadium seating, rocker chairs, an expanded food menu, and a reel moms program.

Manor Theatre - Squirrel Hill
One of the oldest and best-known theatres in Pittsburgh is still a great neighborhood movie theater showing an interesting mix of first-run Hollywood and independent films. Unfortunately, the nearby six-screen <b>Squirrel Hill Theatre</b>, also operated by Cinemagic, closed its doors in March 2010.

Rangos Omnimax Theater
The unique Omnimax theater at the Carnegie Science Center surrounds you in a visual experience and puts you in the center of the action. Most movies are science and adventure films, although they occasionally offer special showings of popular mainstream movies such as Harry Potter.

Regent Square Theater
Independent movie house operated by Pittsburgh Filmmakers seats 300 and shows first-run foreign and independent American films, as well as classics and documentaries.

Showcase Cinemas - Pittsburgh North
Located in McKnight Road in the North Hills, Showcase Cinemas North presents the latest blockbuster movies on 11 screens.

South Side Works Cinema
One of Pittsburgh's newest movie theaters, SouthSide Works Cinema offers stadium seating, ten screens and great popcorn. What makes it unique is that it generally shows first run movies on 7 screens, and art or international films on the other three screens.

Waterworks Cinemas
This ten-screen theater at Waterworks Mall in Fox Chapel is well maintained and offers a good selection of first run movies. Ticket prices a little on the high side.

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