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CineWorld Glasgow Reviews

MelekKiz MelekKiz
7 reviews
New 'D-Box' Seats coming soon :) Apr 15, 2012
Cineworld is thrilled to announce the addition of an entirely new dimension to the big screen with the installation of D-BOX movement technology seats.

Cineworld will be the first UK cinema chain to offer seat movement technology to film fans, with the action kicking off at Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street. Through movement and vibrations, this cutting-edge technology will create the ultimate cinema experience for Cineworld customers.

I think this is a very good idea as it made me feel like I was in the movie while I was testing the d-box seats. I would love to watch a horror movie while sitting in one of these seats as it would be a very good experience.
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therealfroggy therealf…
15 reviews
Nov 23, 2007
Thirteen floors, seven levels, 16 show rooms.

That's CineWorld, Glasgow. You have to ride either escalators or the horrifying glass elevator to move up, unless you just want to stay at the bar (second level), and the view from the 13th floor is spectacular. Frightening when you're in an elevator that moves rather fast and has glass walls, but spectacular.

You buy your tickets on level one (that's ground floor), and then ascend to whichever level your film is showing on. There are snack bars and bathrooms on every level, so don't worry about rushing up or down. The seats are comfortable and there's plenty of leg space; in short, it's one of the more comfortable cinemas I've been to.

The movies are much the same as you'll find elsewhere; they show the new releases. In that respect, it was no spectacular thing. It was mainly the building and the interior that impressed me. But Cineworld Glasgow is most definitely worth a visit, if only to ride the elevator up to the 13th floor.

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