Fairfax Towne Center 10
4110 W. Ox Road,
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Regal Entertainment Group (Official)
Operated by: Regal Cinemas
Previously operated by: United Artists Theater Circuit Inc.
Functions: Movies (First Run)
The Towne Center 10 opened in December of 1994 by United Artists. It fell under the Regal banner in 2002.
The theatre features self service ticketing, stadium seating, 3D capabilities, digital projection and sound, and first run attractions.
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This is all wrong. The picture is wrong. There had to be a listing for this venue that has disappeared along with some of the others for some unexplained reason. I’ll update once my memory clears up.. :)
The last movie I saw here was the first Sex in the City Movie back in ‘07 or so because it was the only or one of the last venues showing it in DP, in one of the smaller houses down to the right as you enter.
The address is correct.. I remember the West Ox Road part of it now. The picture correctly depicts its location. I remember there was (maybe still is) a Chinese restaurant below the theater.
I’m not quite 100% sure about this, but I think the venue opened around Dec 1996. The reason being I saw Star Trek: First Contact here and worked near Tysons and there was something new about this place and was advertised in the Washington Post. My visit there was during snow time. The nearby Movies at Fair Oaks was already there and remained open for a few years. I believe there were two auditoriums that were THX certified. I don’t recall the numbers but as you entered upstairs to where the theaters are, the THX cert theaters were adjoining. There were video gaming machines clustered together in the beginning..maybe they are still there..not sure since I haven’t been there in 7 years.
I can vividly recall the excitement over the trailers for the re-release of the original Star Wars trilogy after George Lucas' had tweaked them. The trailer announcer intro’d the preview by demonstrating visually and aurally that there is a pronounced difference from the way many had seen the movies on tv and on tinny sound systems to full blown wide screen and remastered digital sound with the bombastic John Williams orchestral score and sound fx.
I don’t recall anything special or unique about the place. The experience was underwhelming as I thought the sound levels should have played up louder.
The last time I patronized this cinema, which was in 2011, it had conventional, not stadium, seating. The venue is clean, some of the screens are of good size, but over all it is just a bland 90s multiplex.
with the Cinemark so close to them – Regal is trying to up the ante with the king size recliners / assigned seats aspect – but has any updates been done to the audio/image presentation – i.e, 7.1 surround sound, 4K digital projection? What IS the largest screen at this location?
Regular visitor in 95/96 – saw Usual Supects, Goldeneye etc here, especially handy as Tower Records were on the bottom floor