Movie theaters in Phoenix, Arizona, include the Harkins Scottsdale 101 theater complex, Metrocenter 12, and North Valley 16, as well as AMC Arizona Center 24. Many movie theaters are nearby in Tempe and Scottsdale, such as the Harkins Arizona Mills 25 and AMC Centerpoint 11. Harkins and AMC own most of the theaters in Phoenix, Arizona, and between the two of them there are a number of locations available.
Perhaps the most famous theater in Phoenix was the Harkins Cine Capri, which opened in 1966 and was renowned for its beautiful décor including white columns and gold curtains. Although it closed down in 1998, it was rebuilt in 2003 as part of the Scottsdale 101 theater, located at Loop 101 and Scottsdale Road in Phoenix, Arizona.
The Harkins Metrocenter 12 plays movies on the west side of Phoenix, while North Valley 16 is a great choice for moviegoers in north Phoenix. AMC Arizona Center 24 is located in downtown Phoenix, making it an ideal location for people who work downtown or are there for an evening out.
A number of theaters in the greater Phoenix Metro area provide options for moviegoers close to Tempe or Scottsdale. Tempe has quite a few movie theaters including Harkins Arizona Mills 25, which includes an IMAX screen and is part of the Arizona Mills mall, along with AMC Centerpoint 11 located on Mill Avenue. Scottsdale theaters include the Harkins Fashion Square 7 located in Scottsdale Fashion Square mall, and the Shea 14 Theater near north Scottsdale.