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Raise your hand if you think being in a good movie theater makes the movie-going experience even better. You could be watching a flop of a film, but comfortable seats, all the leg room you never thought you’d need, excellent acoustics, a cinema size that’s just right, and the yummiest popcorn, could, somehow, make up for it.

Power Plant VIP Cinema Leather Reclining Seats

November is rife with blockbusters, which might make it the best time of the year to test out this theory. 

Here’s a roundup of movies coming out this month that are best experienced at Power Plant Cinemas:

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Opens November 15)

What Makes It Good: More magic from J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World. The second installment of five all new adventures promises to be spellbinding. Plus, Eddie Redmayne is back as Newt Scamander with an ensemble cast including Jude Law and Johnny Depp.

What Will Make It Better: Booking your tickets in advance via powerplantcinema.com. Avoid long lines and quickly (if not magically) transport yourself to the comfort of your cinema seat.

 

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Ralph Breaks The Internet  (Opens November 21)

What Makes It Good: Wreck-It Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman) are out to conquer another virtual adventure. This time, they’re navigating the world wide web to save Vanellope’s video game, Sugar Rush.

Plus, all the cameos from Disney Princesses and all things Internet-popular. 

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What Will Make It Better: Power Plant Cinema Popcorn. It’s nice to have something savory to cut the sugary sweet visuals of this treat from Disney.

 

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Creed II (Opens November 21)

What Makes It Good: Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone return to the boxing ring for a sequel of the successful Rocky franchise.

Creed 2 - MGM Warner Bros BPhoto from MGM/Warner Bros.

What Will Make It Better: Catch it at a VIP Cinema at Power Plant Cinemas. It’ll make you feel like you’re ringside to this (fictional) bout.

 

The Grinch 2          Photo from Universal Pictures

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (Opens November 28)

What Makes It Good: Benedict Cumberbatch’s voice as Dr. Seuss’ iconic character everyone loves to hate. The Grinch has more schemes up his sleeve to ruin Christmas for the cheerful residents of Whoville.

What Will Make It Better: Lights and decor that set the stage for #ChristmasAtRockwell! When you see it, you’ll belieive that there’s no way The Grinch can dampen holiday festivities.

Power Plant Cinema is a movie-goers dream. Whether in Rockwell Center or Santolan Town Plaza, every movie theater is equipped to enhance the cinematic experience. The seats are comfortable, the popcorn tastes really good, and state-of-the art technology is built in to make movies look and sound how they’re meant to–but don’t just take our word for it, come see for yourself.