Theater: Elvis Cinemas Littleton
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6014 S. Kipling Pkwy
  • The handicapped accessibility is not the best a there is just a uncarpeted concrete area in the back where they can wheel in
  • The movies cost $3.50 for the evening and $2.50 for the matinee

    • by AmethystTear
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      Elvis Cinemas Littleton is a great place to catch a movie. Located on the corner of Kipling and Bowles, this is a discount theater that is a lot of fun for the family but easy on the wallet. Today I took my daughters to the movie theather and spent a total of twenty-four dollars for four movie tickets, two medium drinks and two small icees. At a normal theater at full price I would have spent that just for admission.

      My kids don’t care about waiting a few more weeks and it makes for a nice outing.

      The theaters are your standard theaters. The seats are a little on the small side if you are a little on the big side but I was able to be comfortable. There are drink holders. The handicapped accessibility is not the best a there is just a uncarpeted concrete area in the back where they can wheel in. My daughter doesn’t like ...


      • to watch the movies in her wheelchair and instead wants to sit in a regular seat.

        The movies cost $3.50 for the evening and $2.50 for the matinee. You can get the family combo for only ten dollars which includes a large popcorn and two medium drink. They have kiddie packages that include popcorn, candy and an Icee for 5.50. Refills on popcorn and drinks is .$50. Overall, compared to the bank draining full price chains, this place

        is perfectly fine for a family outing. With kids who might get restless or need multiple trips to the bathroom I get far less aggravated when I have spent $2.50 cents versus $10.00.

        So if you live in the Denver area and want to catch a movie give Elvis Cinema a chance. They have three locations including this one and I have always been happy when I go. Today we watched How To Train A Dragon and had a fantatic time.




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