See You In The Movies Orlando
Grab your popcorn and nachos, Orlando has a large selection of movie theaters to catch the latest big screen blockbuster! Many offer reclining seats, dining, IMAX and more... read on to find out more!
Also, with our year round warm weather we have drive in cinemas and outdoor cinemas too, these are worth it for the atmosphere alone, and you can catch classic films as well as the latest releases .
Plus, if your a movie buff, you will not want to miss the Florida Film Festival. This highlight of the Orlando events calendar sees Central Florida becomes the movie capitol of the world for ten days in April, with more than 170 current, independent and international films being premiered.
For up to date movie theater news including the latest big screen releases coming to Central Florida, you should check out the details right here below, all courtesy of Gotta Go Orlando Going Out Guide.
Orlando's Top Movie Theaters
We've listed the top movie theaters to see the latest releases here in the Orlando area.
Cinemark Universal Cineplex 20
Located in Universal's Citywalk, this theater is perfect for visitors staying at Universal Orlando Resort, as well as locals enjoying a night out at Citywalk, you can catch a movie, grab some drinks and enjoy a meal.
Catch new releases on big screens with state-of-the-art projection and sound systems. All theatres include 4K digital projection that supports RealD 3D. The new THX Certified XD (Extreme Digital) Theatre enhances your viewing experience with a wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling screen and complete surround sound. Enjoy the ultimate in comfort and convenience with stadium seating in oversized, luxury recliners with extendable footrests and cup holders. The concession stands are stocked with sweet snacks and hot food plus a full liquor bar is available with beer and wine. These first-class features come together to create an unforgettable viewing experience
AMC DINE-IN Disney Springs 24
This is a popular movie theater in Disney Springs, it's the perfect location for Walt Disney World Resort guests to catch a movie, especially the latest Disney blockbuster, they even feature Disney premiers and events regularly!
Powerful image and sound technologies meet cutting-edge, reserved recliners at this AMC Dine-In theatre. This is a movie theatre and restaurant rolled into one! Enjoy the show with fresh, hand-crafted menu items and a drink from the bar. The AMC at Disney Springs is the perfect way to experience the latest movies.
Regal Pointe Orlando Stadium 20 & IMAX
This is a popular movie theater for tourists staying on International Drive and people attending conventions at the nearby Orange County Convention Centre. This theatre includes stadium seating and a massive IMAX Screen, so not only can you see the latest movies in one of the most state-of-the-art theaters in Orlando, but you also get to experience first-run blockbusters on Central Florida’s largest IMAX screen. 4DX Theater, it's well worth seeing!
Studio Movie Grill Sunset Walk
Studio Movie Grill Sunset Walk is a luxurious dine in movie theatre located at the Margaritaville Resort Orlando, off of Highway 192 and State Road 429 in southwest Orlando/Kissimmee. The location features 1,100 luxury lounge chairs and recliners in 12 auditoriums outfitted with the latest digital projection, Dolby 3D, Q-SYS custom sound systems, as well as a full-service bar and lounge and made-to-order American Grill menu brought to your seat.
CMX Plaza Cinema Café 12
CMX Plaza Cinema Café 12 is located in Downtown Orlando and is a very popular movie theatre with Orlando locals. The theatre features 100% Digital, 12 auditoriums with luxury leather, stadium seating, digital surround sound and concessions featuring beer and wine with a full menu. Perfect for a night out in Downtown.
Cinemark Orlando and XD
This movie theatre is located on International Drive across from the Premium Outlets at Dezerland Park Orlando. Cinemark Orlando & XD is a luxury theatre featuring a state of the art, massive XD screen, with all theatres having stadium seating with luxury, powered recliners. You can also enjoy alcohol and food from the concessions.
Epic Theatres at Lee Vista
Epic Theatres at Lee Vista is a modern, luxury theatre across from Orlando International Airport on Semoran Boulevard. The theatre features luxury electric seating in all auditoriums, reserved seating in all auditoriums plus a beer and wine bar. Plus you can catch the latest blockbuster on 2 Epic XL Large Format Auditoriums.
Regal The Loop Stadium 16 & RPX
Regal The Loop Stadium 16 & RPX features stadium seating throughout and is located at the outdoor, The Loop Shopping Center in Kissimmee, on the corner of John Young Parkway and Osceola Parkway. The concession area here include a great selection of food and drink, including beer and wine.
Touchstar Cinemas Southchase 7
Touchstar Cinemas Southchase 7 is located in the Southchase Shopping Center, south of the Florida Mall On OBT. All auditoriums feature luxurious, power reclining seats, as well as large, cozy daybeds! Immerse yourself in a state of the art digital sound and projection, including 3D! You can also eat and drink at this location, with an expanded selection of food and drinks delivered to your seat. Locals love this theatre for its one of a kind movie experience!
Drive In Movies Theaters
Central Florida's year round good weather are perfect for a nostalgic movie night at a Drive In Movie Theater.
Joy-Lan Drive-in Theatre, Dade City
Ocala Drive-In, Ocala
Open seven nights per week, the Ocala Drive-In offers two movies nightly for one price. Tickets are not sold online, only at the gate upon arrival. Children 5 and younger are admitted FREE. Guests can order concessions online and food is delivered directly to your vehicle.
Silver Moon Drive-In Theatre, Lakeland
Silver Moon Drive-In offers two screens with double features 7 nights a week. It recommends arriving an hour early on Friday and Saturday nights and 30 minutes early during the week. Snacks and treats are available onsite.
Outdoor Movie Nights
Thanks to Florida’s perfect year round weather, you can enjoy a movie night under the stars here in Orlando.
Leu Gardens Movie Night
Once a month, Leu Gardens is the venue for a movie screening under the stars. It only costs $6 per person, and attendees are welcome to bring picnic baskets. Alcohol is permitted, too, so pack your favorite local craft beer or a bottle of wine with your favorite food, or as an alternative, Curbie’s Sidewalk Café sells snacks during screenings.
Lake Nona Crescent Cinema
One Friday night each quarter of the year, people head to Lake Nona’s Laureate Park hosts s film under the night sky. Crescent Cinema is the outdoor theater in Crescent Park. This event is free and family friendly. Attendees can also enjoy local art, sip on wine, and grab a bite to eat before or after the film at one of the nearby restaurants.
Old Town Kissimmee Family Movie Nights
Old Town in Kissimmee hosts outdoor movie screenings every Sunday night at 7pm, movies here are a mixture of classic films together with more modern family flicks, so definitely a family friendly night here.
Movie Night At A La Cart Orlando
Every Monday, À La Cart Orlando hosts a free outdoor movie night. Movies vary from classics to romantic comedies. Most showings begin at 7pm with a variety of food trucks on site and a craft beer and wine bar inside.
Cranes Roost Sunset Cinema
Occurring on select Saturdays, Cranes Roost Sunset Cinema is a free outdoor movie event held in Altamonte Springs. Bring blankets and chairs for the whole family. Movies are screened on the lawn in front of the Plaza tower.
Movieola At Lake Eola Park
Movieola is typically held in the spring and summer months and again during the holidays at Lake Eola Park. In addition to the free movie, each event has a special theme with activities to enjoy before the show. Food vendors are also on site. You’re welcome to bring your own blanket, chairs and snacks. Movies are family-friendly too!
Popcorn Flicks In The Park
Enzian Theater hosts a free movie series, Popcorn Flicks in the Park, each month. They are typically held on the second Thursday of each month in Winter Park’s Central Park. Picnic baskets, snacks, blankets and chairs are welcomed and encouraged. Alternatively, grab dinner at one of Park Avenue’s restaurants before the show.
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