(Submitted by berni)Empire Theatres @ Empress Walk  

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Date Added: April 24, 2006
Address: 5095 Yonge St, Toronto

Nearest Major Intersection: Princess Ave & Yonge St

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merlot88

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 1
Overall: November 6, 2006
2 out of 4 people found this review helpful. I went to see a movie on a Sunday around noon time and I could not believe the lousy service at New York Fries. The cashier in charge made me wait 15 minutes for service and I was the second person in line. When he finally got around to me I noticed he was half asleep, dim witted and complete disconnected from his job. NYF could not have hired a more incompetent employee.

My first inclination is to blame the employee but upon further examination of the situation I noticed the other employees completely oblivious to the customers in line. I conclude, it must be a management problem.

Fire the lot, management and all.

I do not recommend this place.
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captz

Reviews: 5Badges: 1This user has a UserRank of 4
Overall: April 29, 2006
4 out of 5 people found this review helpful. Cineplex merged with Famous Players last year and the government have asked Cineplex to sell off some theatres. On Sept 30, 2005, Cineplex sold Empress Walk Silvercity and others to Empire Theatres (Sobeys Supermarkets). This theatre is ok but the escalator going up is scary and when you look down is the Loblaws supermarket. Although different ownership, Empress Walk still got Pizza Hut and New York Files. The theatre also serves as an Ontario regional head office of Empire Theatres. If you have complaints or concerns, you can contact them in person, email or phone. You can get there by getting off at North York Centre station. There is also another Empire Theatre at Square One (former Cineplex Odeon).
I recommend this place.
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berni

Reviews: 28Badges: 2This user has a UserRank of 6
Overall: April 24, 2006
3 out of 14 people found this review helpful. This movie theatre is located on the top floor of Empress Walk mall. Previously owned by Famous Players, it contains 8 showrooms with most of the latest movies.
As always there is a high-priced variety of junk food in the lobby.
Only 1 minus - sometimes most of their self-serve ticket stations are not working. You would have to go through the whole proccess of picking a movie and a showtime, deny any food package they offer, swipe your card, choose your account, type your PIN and only then you can find out in small print that the transaction has been canceled.

I recommend this place.
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