Cinemark Tinseltown 20 and XD

6001 Martin Luther King Boulevard,
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

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MyronNash91 on January 27, 2016 at 10:26 pm

I have some new pics for ya’ll to look at in the photo section. It’s on the house. Some of the pics was taken 2 years ago. So I just though I get some of my pics from Yelp and bring them here.

rivest266 on April 3, 2014 at 2:29 pm

October 23rd, 1998 grand opening ad in photo section.

MyronNash91 on October 7, 2012 at 10:37 am

A Cinemark XD Auditorium was open in October 5, 2012.

MyronNash91 on October 12, 2011 at 5:40 pm

This is my most favorite spot to see movies. I consider this the best cinema in OKC.

Austin Klososky
Austin Klososky on August 11, 2010 at 6:37 pm

I just moved to OKC from Tulsa and live very near the 20 screen Tinseltown in OKC, I remember it being one of the Cinemark Neon 90’s catastrophes but it apparently just got flooded and then remodeled and it is beautiful now, very similar looking to the Cinemark Tulsa. Also beautiful is the 5.50 general admission and 3.75 matinees. All you have to do is brave the ghetto that surrounds it!

rivest266 on October 11, 2008 at 2:16 pm

The Cinemark Tinseltown USA 20 opened on October 23rd, 1998

bazookadave on November 8, 2005 at 8:30 am

I agree with Lauren. Though many of us find the megaplexes distasteful in some ways, they are part of the current cinema experience, and in a few decades they will have established themselves as part of movie theater history. When they in turn are being replaced by something new, their passing will be mourned by future generations.

Lauren Durbin
Lauren Durbin on July 30, 2005 at 4:26 am

Different users of this site clearly have different ideas of the purpose of this site. I, for one, interpret the goal of this site as a repository of cinematic history. Whether you are a fan of the monsterplex or not, it is now a part of the evolution of the theater experience. Had we been working on this site 30 years ago, we would probably be having this same conversation about some other evolution of the cinema like Cinerama.
While many of us may balk at the monster-plexes such as the Tinseltown 20, a whole new generation is building experiences and memories at these theaters that will someday be reminisced upon, and that makes them a valuable part of this site.

cindyb on July 24, 2005 at 12:50 pm

Another monsterplex on Cinema Treasures! Why? My understanding of this site is the promotion and discovery of classic theaters. The large number of new, hideous, uninteresting monsterplex theaters recently added to Oklahoma’s section is quite perplexing. These are not, nor will ever be, classic theatres. After visiting a large number of beautiful vintage theatres in Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado, I will never again set foot in another monsterplex. I am wondering why these theaters are being including on Cinema Treasures when they so clearly don’t fit the criteria of a classic theater.