Cinema Grand Rex is for lovers of the big screens and good sound. In this cinema, which is also a theater (on the list of historical monuments of France), new films are shown as well as plays and small concerts (although some great artists, such as ROBERT PLANT & ALISON KRAUSS will come in 2008). There are several rooms, but it is worth going the "Grande Salle". Here if you see an action movie or dramatic scenarios it is a great pleasure. Holds 2650 people and the screen is huge, and the lateral Art-Deco decor makes the viewer feel part of the work. Personally I saw "Narnia" and I can assure you it was a nice experience. I paid € 9, which is expensive compared to Spain, but to be in Paris and also the largest cinema in Europe, it seems a fair price. Prices vary depending on showtimes and day of the week. The decor of the cinema is careful to follow the forms and motifs of the century with red carpet covering almost the whole floor. Tickets can be purchased online before you go, as you would expect at such a cinema.
Paris is not only about the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre, there are other lesser-known corners with pleasant surprises in store - like the Cinémathèque Française. The building was designed by the Canadian architect Frank Gehry and is recommended for lovers of movies and architecture. Movies and exhibitions by directors like Tim Burton are brought together in a building that gives cinema the importance it deserves. In addition, the views of the other side of the Seine from Bercy Park are worthwhile.
The UGC cinema complex Lyon Bastille is located on Rue de Lyon, between Gare de Lyon and Place de la Bastille in the 12th district of Paris. UGC Lyon Bastille boasts seven rooms, equipped with Dolby SRD. Inside are some sweet shops and snacks. It is totally non-smoking and has toilets available. There is a wide corridor as a waiting room with benches and chairs to wait before your movie. It is open every day, with a first pass of 10:00 to 22:15 and closes according to the duration of the last projection. Credit cards accepted. Metro Line 1 and Line 14: Gare de Lyon RER line A and line D: Gare de Lyon Bus: 20, 24, 27,61, 63, 65, 91: stop Gare de Lyon
Cinecité UGC cinema is a large complex located in the Cour Saint-Emilion. The impressive number of rooms (more than twenty) allows them to offer a wide variety of movies, not only recently released movies. I often go to see the independent films because I love them.