20 reviews of Vue Cinemas in English
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This ia very large cinema with well stocked food, and many films of all varieties available. The parking is shared with other nearby resturants et cetera and parking can become hard to find in busy periods. The cinema itself is generaly very clean, and staff seem semi-helpful. Prices of tickets are a bit heavier, but you can book from online, and use automated machines to speed up the process. The seating in the cinema is better than that of the odeon and other cinemas. They also offer discounts for students, pentioners and registered disabled (with carers). Disabled parking and seating is available.
The staff were friendly, however I had to wait in line a very long time to get a drink/ice cream as it was very busy. Same with the toilets afterwards. Nice big screens, and great sound, very clean inside, would go back again, but perhaps not on a Saturday night.
This is a great multiplex cinema right next to The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, so it’s a good place to end a long day of shopping! The complex has 12 screens, and always has the latest movies. Cinemas are modern with good sound and visuals. As with most cinemas, refreshments are massively overpriced, so bring your own (they’ve never checked our bag when we’ve gone in!).
Tickets are pricey (for the price of 2 adults you can easily buy the DVD!), but Vue do participate in Orange Wednesdays (2 for 1 tickets) and if you want to entertain the kids at the weekend, make sure you check their Saturday & Sunday Kids AM movies. They’re a few months out of date, but for £1.50 per child (1 free adult with each child), it’s a bargain.
There are some good restaurants in the vicinity too (TGI Friday, Chiquitos, Bella Pasta), so you can make it a good night out.
This cinema is ok, but not great.
The screens are all good quality, as are the seats, but the tickets are very over-priced.
The popcorn is normally stale or lacking much flavour. Compare to Cineworld in south Bristol and you’ll know what I mean.
If you want a cinema that shows all the latest films then this is a good place to go. Its great becuase its free parking and with lots of places to eat, you can make a real night of it here without having to go anywhere else. The only thing I would say, is it gets very busy on a weekend and if you want to eat and see a film, it can be quite frustrating that you can’t book a table at one of the restaurants and you could find your rushing your food down if you need to get the the cineam at a certain time to watch the film you have set out to see!
This is a lovely big cinema set up with many screens showing all the latest films.
It always seems to be clean and the up to date seating means pretty much all the seats have a good view and they are all comfortable.
There are many showings throughout the day and late in to the night, making it easier to find a time to suit you to see the film you want.
My only complaint with this place is the prices. The tickets themselves aren’t cheap and the food and drink is quite frankly extortionate. If you can get your own food and drink in I say go for it and save some money!
The Vue cinema in Bristol is located at Cribbs Causeway. It is a fairly large cinema with quite a few screens showing all of the latest films. These are shown at various times throughout the day and they also have late evening shows and also preview shows of some films. The seating is very comfortable with drinks holders and arms that you can bring up so that you can cuddle up to your loved ones during the scary bits of the film! The only down side is the cost – I think the cost of tickets are quite expensive but the popcorn and food really is expensive, so try and sneak your own in, or have a meal before hand at one of the restaurants in the same retail park!
Extremely expensive especially if you also buy snacks and ice cream. I don’t think vue is very good value although you know it will be showing all the blockbusters regularly so easy to get a seat. Also handy as it is at cribbs with the wide range of restaurants right there.
This Vue cinema (formerly Warner Village) Bristol is one of two multi-plex cinemas in the city - the other being more traditional of the two. The Vue has the upper edge in my opinion, due to its better standards in furnishings and general presentation. There are 8 screens here, all showing the latest films throughout the day and into the evening. There is also always a lot of catering options, from popcorn to tacos and drinks to sweets. These have always seemed really expensive, but this is expected due to the venues ‘genre’; probably worth buying snacks upfront in a supermarket. Entry is always expensive too.
This is a lovely set out, up to date cinema. The service is good and it is genuinely clean. The toilets are keep quite up to date and it is situated very near other aminitys such as, Hollywood Bowl, some restaurants and the Mall Cribbs Causeway. The only down side is the prices for food and drink and the tickets are not that cheap either unless you watch a film on a Saturday or Sunday morning, selected films only for £1.50 per child and a adult goes free. Any extra adults are also charge £1.50 each.
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