2022: Philadelphia Voted Landmark’s Ritz Five Best Movie Theater!
Landmark’s Ritz Five
214 Walnut Street
Since 1974, the Landmark’s Ritz Five has been bringing the best in independent, foreign and documentary films to Philadelphians. Originally a three-screen theater, the Ritz Five expanded in 1985 to five screens and was one of the first theaters to show arthouse films in the city. The theater also hosts filmmaker Q&As, Retro Replay – a weekly series of modern and vintage film favorites, and even late shows for the insomniacs. Enjoy discounted shows on Tuesdays or if you’re a film aficionado, purchase ticket books for frequent visits to the theater.
2021: Philadelphia Voted AMC Woodhaven 10 Best Movie Theater!
AMC Woodhaven 10
1336 Bristol Pike
(215) 639-4714 – amctheatres.com
The AMC Woodhaven 10 offers what most Philadelphia moviegoers are looking for in a movie theater: a good selection of the latest film releases, a first-rate sound system, big screens, a wide assortment of snacks and drinks at the concession stand and comfortable reclining seats. Plus, this location in the AMC chain also touts a Coca-Cola Freestyle machine that lets you mix together as many drinks as you want from the extensive drink menu, mobile food and drink ordering and a MacGuffins bar (named after the famous term for a movie plot device that was coined by the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock). Like all AMC theaters, the location also offers discount matinees and discounts all day on Tuesdays for members of the AMC Stubs customer loyalty program. You can also order your tickets at home from the AMC website or its own or third-party mobile apps to make sure your movie won’t be sold out when you arrive.