I agree with you the price's they charge in there are disgrace, and with it being the only cinema in the "city" what choice do we have as they are not going to have any competition to lower ticket prices, or food and drink. Second mortgage too go there!
9 reviews of Vue Cinemas Inverness in English
Standard Vue cinema. Doesn’t seem to get the big titles as soon or for as long as other Vue cinemas.
Has pool tables and a bar. Ben and Jerry’s on site.
Provides a much needed cinema in the Highlands.
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Not bad, if going to a big film I suggest booking seats as it is very small and the seating is poor, very expensive, get drinks and food from Tesco before u go in, the bar is poorly staffed and they persist in letting 12 year olds into over 15 showings
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If you want to watch the latest blockbuster, then Vue is pretty much your only choice. The advantage of such a monopoly is you pay for it. A recent trip with a 15yr old to watch a film cost me £23 for two tickets, a hot dog, small juice and a handful of sweets. Staff can be pretty indifferent, but that’s no particular criticism of Vue.
The usual plague of loud-mouthed teens who love phoning each other and generally prefer the sound of their own voice to that on screen is prevalent here, and the management aren’t inclined to do anything about it. You might get lucky if you can pick and choose with your viewing times however.
If you can wait, chances are the film will turn up at Eden Court instead and you’ll have a far more enjoyable, comfortable experience there, but sadly EC doesn’t get all the blockbusters so for the avid filmgoer Vue can sometimes be your only choice.
Not the worst cinema, but as its your only choice you might as well get used to it..
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stu4rt1984, 6 September 2010:
Great Cinema situated in the retail park. This is quite a large cinema. It has over 10 screens. It always has all the latest movies on show. With The ticket price is a little expensive. But then again it is the going rate for cinema tickets. However they do have a reduced rate for late viewings. There is always a varied ammount of screenings.
It is always clean and maintained to a very high standard. The prices of confectionary are reasonable as well. They also offer rates for students as well. I would recommend paying the cinema a visit every now and again. As it provides a decent night out as long as there is something on that you want to see.
Its pretty central for parents also, when they are out with the children shopping they can nip in and watch a movie with them to keep them happy. Right next to burger king, so i’m pretty sure most customers in burger king will get enticed into the vue cinema to settle there meal and enjoy a good eye popping film.
Great wee cinema at the retail park in Inverness. It shows most of the new releases however it is small. It has approximately 8-10 screens and when it does show popular films they don’t often run as long as they would in larger cinemas of it’s type. The cinema sells the usual fizzy drinks, popcorn and ice cream you would expect and has a small games arcade for those waiting for a film to start. Good cinema, the place is usually clean and prices are what is to be expected.
Inverness’ only cinema (not counting the one in Eden Court but that mostly shows arty films).
It was rammed into by a car a few months ago and as a result they have moved the “reception” area to the food court which is a bit confusing. You have to wait to pay for your tickets with all the people buying hot dogs and popcorn which can mean a long wait.
The cinema itself it however clean and tidy. The toilets are also excellent, always clean and lots of them.
Don’t forget Orange Wednesdays when you get to go two for one.
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