And I like the chlorine smell too :)
6 reviews of Odeon Leeds-Bradford in English
the friendliest cinema I have ever been to - the staff are really keen to make sure everyone has a good time, the building is great from the outside and is at a disadvantage to other cinemas that are surrounded by resturants, arcades, bowling etc but
Its never too busy but its never dead either which means comfortable in screen experience
It’s a shame that the Odeon in Bradford remains closed and the gorgeous building falls to ruin, however the move to between Leeds and Bradford does mean that it is too far for many of the local idiots to visit which means the problems you will encounter at cineworld are seldom seen here at the Odeon.
A major plus also is Orange Wednesday which gives you a “two for one” deal on a Wednesday if you have an Orange mobile (or know somebody with one that will give you a code!)
The screens are good, the sound system is great, the seating is find and the snacks are extortionate (but what did you expect?)
I was annoyed when Odeon moved out of Bradford and then this place opened miles out of the city centre. It’s a decent trek here from Bradford but luckily there are regular buses that head out here. The place itself is quite big and so there’s always a decent choice of movies to see. Like any good cinema it has its usuals, popcorn/pic’n’mix/drinks and all at the overpriced levels you would expect of a cinema. Ticket prices are reasonable but the staff here annoy me as they always seem really disinterested in anything. I guess that it’s just quite a bog standard cinema.
This is a large multiplex cinema. It has a lot of screens, a popcorn/ junkfood stand and a large seating area with noisy arcade games.
There’s nothing unusual or special about this place. If you want to see a film at the cinema and live close, then here is as good a place as any. It does have a lot of parking space, and it’s not bad for buses either. It’s close to a major bus route out of Bradford. But then again, so is the cinema that is actually IN Bradford city centre.
It’s a very bland place to review. No very negative qualities, but nothing that makes it stand out either. Except perhaps the aroma of chlorine from the swimming pool next door.
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Joanne, 23 June 2011:
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