I just discovered that I can walk to this movie theatre, which is awesome, since I usually feel as though I'd need a bus or train to get anywhere.
This Odeon is (of course) not much different to the others, but the location is great. Right off Putney Bridge and close to action, so to speak. It's small, too. Only 5 screens, I think.
My advice is to spring for the luxury seats... in my opinion, the extra £2 is worth it to have the extra legroom and comfy chairs.
Although, I can safely say I've never been ushered to my seat at a movie theatre before. Classy.
Come on Odeon...
you really need to splash an update coat of paint on this place.
Pricey for cramped seats, you can pay extra for VIP seats but should you really have too? the idea is you sit in the cinema for 2+ hours surely comfort could be a 1st thought?
and.... just like all Cinemas around Sodas and Popcorn... ouch double your ticket price without even getting to the start of the film! £4.75 for a medium Coke?? RIP OFF!
Sainsbury's up the road en route and bring your own treats and upgrade the seats. = slightly cheaper night out and comfier :)
and hope it's a decent film! INBETWEENERS... yup awesome!
I don't mind the fact this place is a little frayed around the edges or not as glossy as the larger überplex cine complex, the key thing for me at least is its local. If you can't be bothered to travel and your based in Putney this does the job and I am happy to support it lest its shuts!!!
The Odeon is a good cinema in Putney. They have about 3-4 screens which show most of the latest releases along with the usual rip off popcorn and drinks. There is no rule about bringing food into the cinema so feel free to bring snacks from Woolworths across the road. The seats are spacious and comfy and the sound is good. ANyone on Orange phone network text film to 241 on wednesday to get the best deal on a cinema ticket, otherwise expect to pay near £7-10 for an adult ticket.
Nice little local cinema. Big downfall is that its pricey for local cinema. Even Westfield in a huge mall is much cheaper. I paid £15-something to watch a movie on a Sunday. We were the only ones in there (midday show) perhaps they're trying to make up costs.
Would rather venture out or wait for whatever it was to come out on DVD.
The cinema has gone down hill recently often missing out on showing big blockbuster films due to the amall number of screens available to show them on. Some of the decor is also out of date and the cinema looks a bit scruffy from the outside. It is all together easier to catch a film at Fulham Broadway or Wimbledon as they may show a film which is worth seeing at a time which is at all convenient to you.
Dont use their Filmline phone number - it's a gigantic ripoff on bill.
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