One of the more popular cinemas in Beijing, Mega Box screens both the latest Hollywood blockbusters and Chinese films. For RMB 20 per year, their membership program is well worth it. Non-members pay RMB 80 for regular tickets and RMB 120 for 3D tickets. With the discount, members get 50 percent off on weekdays and 30 percent off on weekends and holidays.
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User reviews of Mega Box 美嘉欢乐影城
they don't answer their phone at the theater
they don't answer the customer support phone number
the web site is useless
the link to the app does not work
this theater is worthless to any non-native Chinese citizen unless you just happen to be at the theater already and just happen to find there is something playing in English at a time that is convenient
so if I want to waste an entire day to take a change that maybe there will be something playing I want to see ....
but they do have salty popcorn
What do we do when the weather is still chilly out.
Well on the weekend this is one of our favourite places.
Eat at one of the restaurants at the village.
Watch a movie.
Shop around or simply hang out in sanlitun .
Good sound system.Clear place.Not too crowded.
Best part I didnt miss the salty popcorns as I thought I would end up eating sweet popcorns like in most places.
I plan to visit this place again.
midnight tickets of 25rmb - great and different way to start yor weekend
tried it on friday night with some friends and brought in our own booze and then when the movie was done we all hit the san li tn strip - great fun and different
not sure if theyd like to know about the booze part but ....
Just recently watched the new Toy Story 3 here the other day (great movie by the way). The theater is really not much different from the theaters I've been to in the U.S. Good thing is there are no seats near the front of the theater like in the US so you don't have to strain your neck looking up. You also get pre-assigned seats which might be good or bad. Sound quality and picture quality were good as well. What was weird was that they made us sign a contract promising not to damage the 3D glasses or else face a RMB 250 fine - you don't get to keep the glasses like theaters in the states. But it's really not a big deal as I usually throw mine out anyway, and hey it was only RMB 60 on Tuesday. Can't complain.