New Dolby Cinema at Lincoln Square

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AMC Lincoln Square 13

AMC Lincoln Square 13

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terrywade
terrywade on November 7, 2018 at 3:37 am

The Dolby® people never learn anything. They always place their red or blue Dolby Cinema® lights close to the screen and all the pre show ads are ruined by stray light. Buy ad time and your image is ruined.

zoetmb
zoetmb on December 8, 2018 at 2:25 am

Ads? Every theater I go to keeps the lights half up during ads anyway. Who cares? What’s more disconcerting is the reflection of the EXIT lights on the screen during the actual movie, but due to NYC Fire Department rules, there’s not much one can do. These are antiquated rules that go back to the days of nitrate film. When was the last time there was a fire in a NYC movie theater? And even if there was, if the EXIT lights were dimmer, do they really think people wouldn’t see them?

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