AMC Loews Shirlington 7

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Editorial Review

The small lobby in the Cineplex Odeon Shirlington misrepresents the clean, comfortable and large-screen theaters inside. Three of its seven screens are curved, and seating capacity ranges from 165 to 350. Thus, it's well equipped to handle any flick, whether it be an action-packed blockbuster, an independent or an unrated foreign film. But you probably won't see the latest Disney release here. The movie choices generally target an adult audience. You can buy a cup of coffee; you won't find a video game. The restrooms are inconveniently upstairs, and like the lobby, small. The theater towers over the nearby Village of Shirlington, and offers a pleasant art deco style reminiscent of a different place and time. Street lamps illuminate the village, which has various restaurants and small shops. From the village, you can easily spot the neon lights of the theater marquee. A large lot behind the theater provides free parking.

-- Shesha Pancholi

Theater Office: 703-671-0912
Modified for Hearing Impaired: Yes
Disabled Access: All theaters and one restroom are wheelchair-accessible.

Reader Reviews

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a bit better than most

a theater whose owners have good taste in film, no ta lot of 3D action "movies". and they have real melted butter, not PLASTIC oil with artificial butter flavor. but the theaters are small, the box office is often slow when there's a line, the popcorn is too expensive and often the five story parking lot is too full to find a parking place. not as good as Cinema Arts!

NO PARKING LOT BEHIND THEATER!

Verbatim from the Post's review: "A large lot behind the theater provides free parking." Actually, there is a free parking lot nearby but it's not immediately apparent in this overcrowded, parking-deprived neighborhood. The theater itself is nice, old-school, and the people who attended Saturday's 4:30 showing of "Much Ado About Nothing" were much better-behaved and generally mature than at your average stadium theater, BUT, parking IS an issue.