Catch a Movie at Market Common Grand 14
Moviegoers can relax and enjoy Hollywood's hottest hits in the most comfortable movie theater in Myrtle Beach. With more than 2,600 luxury stadium seats, Grand 14 Cinema features high-back leather, rocker seats that are wide and cushy with retractable arm rests – great if you want to move the armrest out of the way so you and your little one or date can be a little closer. Armrests also have convenient, built-in cup holders that are large enough to hold the biggest size soda sold.
The Grand 14 has 14 fully expanded wall-to-wall screens, plus state-of-the-art Dolby Digital and DTS sound. Dolby Digital provides digital sound in cinemas for 35 mm film prints that’s the highest quality of sound available and makes you feel like you are actually part of the movie.
Grand 14 also has special captioning and descriptive video services available for hearing and visually impaired guests. There are also many spaces available at great locations in the theatre for wheelchairs.
Before you head into a movie, make sure to stop by the snack stand and get some freshly popped popcorn that comes in a variety of sizes (and drizzle your own butter at the self-serve butter station), or grab some candy to satisfy your sweet tooth. The theatre also serves outstanding concessions like pizza, gourmet pretzels, hot dogs and nachos.
As if the movie schedule at Grand 14 wasn’t entertaining enough, there are also many events that occur at the movie theatre throughout the year. Try the 2012 Free Kids Movies showing this summer: “The Smurfs,” “ZooKeeper,” “Puss in Boots,” “Karate Kid,” “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked,” “Despicable Me,” “Dolphin Tale,” “Hop,” “Yogi Bear,” “Journey 2” and “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.” Movies are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10 a.m. Admission is free drinks are $1 and popcorn is $1. Make plans to take the kids – what a great free treat for you and your kids.
Another special event Grand 14 hosts is Reel Ladies, an annual event that involves meeting for dinner and then a movie. Canned goods and children’s books are collected to be shared with local charities. For more information, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hours are Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 a.m.– 11 p.m.
Ticket prices for matinees are $4.50 (for first show) Monday – Friday; all other showtimes are $6. Adult prices are $8 (Sunday – Thursday) and $8.25 (Friday and Saturday). Children are $5.75, student tickets are $7 with student ID, senior tickets are $5.50 and military tickets are $7 with proper ID. If you are coming to a 3D show, you will need to add an additional $2.50 (for glasses) to the original ticket price.
The movie theatre is located in the heart of The Market Common at 4002 Deville Street in Myrtle Beach. There are several street parking areas and a parking garage in close proximity to the movie theater.
The Market Common in Myrtle Beach boasts more than 400,000 square feet of retail space, and serves as the only Grand Strand location for high-end, nationally recognized stores and restaurants. Visitors enjoy shopping at such national retail shops as Williams-Sonoma, Anthropologie, Pottery Barn, White House Black Market, Ann Taylor, The Orvis Company, Brooks Brothers Country Club, Banana Republic, Barnes & Noble, Xtreme Surf & Skateboard Company, Jake & Company, Chico’s, Coldwater Creek and smaller boutiques, such as HandPicked, Bobby Chan, Copper Penny, Blue Mer, izzi-b, Carlyle & Company and Studio B.
Trendy eateries offer a variety of options, including PF Chang’s China Bistro, Travinia Italian Kitchen, Nacho Hippo, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant, Divine Prime, Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Café & Emporium, King Street Grille, Cold Stone Creamery and Ultimate California Pizza. Simply put, The Market Common is one of the most delightful shopping / dining environments at the beach!
On a sunny day, visitors and locals alike enjoy happy hour in Gordon Biersch’s sidewalk beer garden or the deck at Tommy Bahama’s Tropical Café. Post-dinner twilight strolls find residents walking their pets and patrons making last-minute purchases or relaxing in the plush green space. Rocking chairs and park benches placed by the fountains invite visitors to sit awhile and take in the vibrancy of The Market Common. The urban retail village also pays homage to the former Air Force Base property with its historical markers strategically placed throughout the property.
So, even if you are just visiting The Market Common to see a movie, make sure you plan on coming early to walk around the shops or grab a bite to eat – there really is something for everyone. For more information, please visit, www.marketcommonmb.com.
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