There is nothing quite like sitting back with some hot pop-corn and a good movie to enjoy alone, with someone special or with friends and family. Given our passion for movies, we proudly present you a summary of the movie related resources – so sit back and get your info here!
NOW SHOWING in Casa
This week the Marina Casa de Campo adds three new movies to their listing: “Black Panther”, “Call me by your name”, and “Darkest Hour” Meanwhile, still screening: “Fifty Shades Freed” and “All the money in the world”.
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Where to go?
Caribbean Cinemas, Marina Casa de Campo
This movie theater, conveniently located at the Marina Casa de Campo Coconut Mall is absolutely fantastic, clean and a joy to watch movies at. The seats at the 3 movie screens are incredibly comfortable, with stadium style seating, every seat provides a great view. Most new releases make it here fairly quickly, though some could take months beyond their Santo Domingo release – with a few movies never even making it. Nevertheless, it is an attractive and professionally run movie theater that is a sheer joy to go to.
Ticket Prices: RD$350 adults and RD$250 children (Orange 2×1 Thursdays are pretty awesome! Check out the details here!)
Hours of operation: Open 7 days a week. Opens around 6 on weekdays and around 4 on weekends and holidays.
Language: Most movies are presented in English with Spanish subtitles, occasionally (and without warning) movies are presented in Spanish. Make sure to inquire if the movie is in English or Spanish BEFORE purchasing tickets, otherwise you may be in for a surprise.
Caribbean Cinemas, Multiplaza – La Romana
The newly opened Multiplaza, located on the corner of Padre Abreu Steet and Francisco Alberto Camaño Deño (many remember this to be the crossing to exit Autopista del Este and head right to go to Casa de Campo) is now conveniently showcasing a large Caribbean Cinemas with an ample selection of movies every week and all the amenities you can find in the big movie theatres in the city. It has 7 movie screens, 100% digital HD sound system, a 3D screening room with numbered seating and leather reclining seats! It also has a room for celebrating kids movie birthday parties.
Ticket Prices: Adults $200, Kids $125 // 3D Adults $250, 3D Kids $150 (2-10 years old) // Tuesday Specials $100 (except Dominican movies, 3D and some movies that don´t apply within their 1st and 2nd week showing. (Orange 2×1 Thursdays are pretty awesome! Check out the details here!)
Hours of operation: Open 7 days a week.
Language: Most movies are presented in English with Spanish subtitles, occasionally movies are presented in Spanish. Make sure to inquire if the movie is in English or Spanish BEFORE purchasing tickets, otherwise you may end up a little surprised.
Club de la Costa, Central Romana
This trusty old standby, the Club de la Costa movie theater, is members-only club in Central Romana which has played movies for the last couple of decades. This is a no frills movie theater, but one that will hit the spot if you simply need your movie fix for the evening. Movies are switch once a week and may be edited slightly for length and language.
Ticket Prices: RD$0. Its members only though.
Hours of operation: Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays at 8pm.
Languages: The movies are typically presented in English with Spanish sub-titles, though occasionally also presented in Spanish.