3D movie, anyone?
Finally someone decides to open a mini Cineplex. Can you call it that? I am not sure. It is definitely not a Cineplex. On the outside, the place looks more like a karaoke pub than anything else.
The receptionist provided us with a catalogue containing all the popular movies with credit ratings. If you are a movie freak like me then nothing on their list you have not watch. It’s a waste of money to watch the same movie so we ended up watching a Korean movie called sector 7. I tell you now that it is not the wisest move I have ever made. Really really slow movie. It would have been wiser to watch a block buster movie the 2nd time round than to watch crappy movies.
Nevertheless, the room, sofa and pillow provided were very comfy. They had a huge SONY television and of course SONY 3D glasses. I must say those glasses are not comfortable as those you get at the cinema. After one hour of used it hurt the side of both my ears from its tight crimping frames.
I guess, no matter how much television has improved over the years, you still cannot beat the atmosphere of a wide screen movie theater. Maybe it’s the smell of popcorn or that annoying bad body odor guy on the next seat, maybe even the fellowship of brotherhood as we all scream together during those scary scenes in a movie. As for me, I still prefer watching movies at the cinema.
Midtown Bistro is located at the new Parkcity Commercial Square Shoplots.