Cinemaxx (Berlin) Reviews
Description:Potsdamer Straße 5, 10785 Berlin. Tel:(030) 44 316 316 / (030) 25 922 111.
Newest Review: ... to go shopping is now a pig, but not a problem I have to deal with! I?m sure the bus company loves it. After passing the zebra crossing the first place you reach is Pizza Hut, brilliant, and a stark difference to the Frankie and Benny?s beside it, so we now have the option of a casual day out ending with a Pizza, or a proper date with expensive Lasagne in Frankie?s. Opposite this is the ... more
Customer Cinemaxx (Berlin) Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/06/03, updated on 19/06/03 (Very useful, 410 readings)
It?s been just under two years now since the old ABC cinema closed down in Yeovil, with a brand new shiny 10 screen cinema opening just down the road just what would be the point? I thought it about time that I wrote my own review on the main and well-received attraction of Yeovil, in a small rough town full of almost only two types of people. There?s the ?suits? the type that think they are above everyone because they are paid well (yes this is adults) and then there?s the common ones who think they are tough enough to shout and yell like banshees at the ?suits?. So I think we can be sure it?s not the loving atmosphere that attracts the tourists in peanut-sized amounts. Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/01, updated on 23/04/01 (Very useful, 194 readings)
OK, so you're in Berlin for more than a weekend, you've done the shops, you're fed up with Sky News in the Hotel - all you want is to put your feet up in a comfy chair and watch a film...in English preferably! Easy - go to the Cinemaxx in Potsdammer Platz. They have about 4 - 6 screens where current films are shown in English. Look out for 'OV' on the corner of the advertising posters outside, or on their programme (available inside). (For those of you who don't know OV = Original version and OK so you're stuffed if the OV is in French <grin>) Seats are very comfortable, especially after a day walking ... Read the complete review