Paragon Odyssey 15, Burnsville
About Paragon Odyssey 15, Burnsville
Paragon Odyssey 15, Burnsville - Address, Phone Number
Address: 14401 Burnhaven Dr, Burnsville, MN 55306, USA
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This is a very popular movie theatre the middle of the residential area. If you are looking forward to experiencing the magic of 3D films on the huge screens, then this is the place to be! Blockbuster movies become even more interesting when you watch them here. Electric recliner power chairs will make sure that you are comfortable while enjoying a movie. You can also reserve these seats in advance. Visit this theatre if you want to enjoy a couple of hours with your loved ones.
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How To reach Paragon Odyssey 15 by Public Transport
- Bus 442 or 444 to Burnhaven Dr at Executive Dr NE corner bus stop
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The theater was clean and very comfortable, easy to get around inside. Well priced for the experience. Staff sucked. The kids working at the counter spent more time joking about drug use and playing grab ass then they did trying to serve costumers.
Honestly, my favorite movie theater experience anywhere. I have theaters much closer to where I live but go out of my way to drive to this place! I get to reserve my seat online so that I know in advance exactly where I'll be sitting. Their staff is pleasant and courteous, their food is hot and as well-prepared as you can hope for in a movie theater. The seats are amazing and the entire movie watching experience is as good as you'll find anywhere. Lots of parking, easy in and easy out. Nice place!
Great venue for movies. You can buy beer. You can get soft drinks. The have reserved seating and they recline. You have plenty of room. They keep the temperature comfortable as well.
I used to love this theater but I don't know if I'll go back. It's under new ownership and I don't recall the house lights ever coming up 5 to 7 minutes before the end of the movie when it was under the previous ownership. Kinda ruined the ending. :/
Not too shabby. a ticket for a 2D showing at 10:20 is relatively cheap compared to most places I've been to. A decent array of snacks are offered. They don't offer everything under the sun like some of the newer theaters but I'm happy with my mozzarella sticks and fries. The snacks are just as overpriced as any other theater, and I don't know why people bother complaining about the prices of snacks in theaters. Something like that is to be expected. The building is very nice both inside and out. I sat down in a leather recliner in Auditorium 12 to watch Spider-Man: Homecoming again and it was one of the nicest auditoriums I have been in. I was looking around and couldn't find anything wrong with this theater until the projector turned on. Don't get me wrong the picture quality is great. along with the audio quality. The projector used Sony 4K and the screen itself was pristine with no blemishes. But... Some bonehead dropped the ball when designing the layout of the room and now there is a railing near an emergency exit that protrudes into view of the bottom left corner of the screen. I've only been in Auditorium 12 so I can't vouch for the other auditoriums. And as I imagine I'm sure the theater will do nothing to rectify this mistake in construction. So just a heads up if your movie is an auditorium 12 expect to see a guard railing in the bottom left corner of your screen. It doesn't completely ruin the experience but it is kind of annoying that they would let something like that happen. You would think that they would make sure nothing blocks your view of a screen in a movie theater as projecting moving images onto it for your entertainment is supposed to be their sole purpose for business. It's just a small reminder that movie theaters are more concerned with selling you overpriced food than making sure your viewing experience is up to par. This theater gets away with it because it's relatively new and the interior is very nice and hasn't had time for anything to degrade or breakdown.