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Tom Petrov
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From: El Paso, TX
Registered: Jan 2003

 - posted 01-23-2011 04:53 AM      Profile for Tom Petrov     Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 

Who's says old theatres are dead?

Humber Cinemas ressurected from the dead.

I said it in a another thread that one of my favorite names for a theatre was the "Humber Cinemas" which was located next to the Humber River. Well, the theatre is set to re-open as the crews are busy getting the cinema ready for a grand opening.

Closed in 2003, the Humber was a former Cineplex Odeon cinema and was one of the original ODEON theatres from back in the day. The cinema is situated in a neighborhood and the news of the re-opening of this theatre is awesome.

This is such great news for cinema fans, theatre owners and those who believe the actual character of the cinema makes a difference.

Let hope the cinema is a 35mm house!

Some of the movies that I saw at the Humber back in the day:

Pure Luck #2
Patch Adam #2
What Dreams May Come #1
EdTv #2
Apt Pupil #1
Jingle All The Way #2
Point Break #2
Shining Through #1

From what I have read, the Humber Cinemas will play "first" run features as the next closest theatre is very far away.

I hope others will share my enthusiasm

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Adam Martin
I'm not even gonna point out the irony.

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 - posted 01-23-2011 11:23 AM      Profile for Adam Martin   Author's Homepage   Email Adam Martin       Edit/Delete Post 
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