Established 1917, the Max Theatres is known for providing a unique moving going experience by dishing up a little nostalgia mixed with all the current popular films at a very reasonable price. While visiting, don't forget to try one of our specialty sweet drinks, our Coffee Espresso Bar, or some of our acclaimed popcorn!
We strive to offer the most enjoyable movie going experience.
From our Facebook poll...
The Old Fashioned Cherry Coke is the Favorite Fountain Drink at The Max Theatres. Close second? The Beetlejuice.
Features, Reviews and Interviews
Remembering Paul Walker, Syd Field, Irene Kane and Other Reel-Important People We Lost in November by Christopher Campbell
Paul Walker Remembered: 5 Memorable Movies from the Late Actor’s Career by Sean O'Connell
How to Get Revenge, According to the Movies by Perri Nemiroff
Watch: This Exclusive 'Inside Llewyn Davis' TV Spot Wonders if You Ever Think About the Future by Peter Hall
'American Hustle' Is Both Deliciously Sexy and Hilariously Unsexy by Erik Davis
You're Old: Gus Van Sant's 'Psycho' Came Out 15 Years Ago This Week by Eric D. Snider
Dialogue: The Coen Brothers Explain the Inspiration Behind 'Inside Llewyn Davis' by Todd Gilchrist
There's an old and tired joke/observation that we're all guilty of having made at least once. It goes something like "In the '50s, we were promised teleportation and hovercars and robot butlers! Why hasn't that happened yet?" This vision of a sprawling, urban science fiction world filled with flying cars and androids has been our go-to vision of the future for going on 70 years. Even darker science fiction movies like Blade Runner and Minority Report appropriate these basic building blocks, changing the pain but not the actual content.
What's truly remarkable about Spike Jonze's Her is that it's a film about a science fiction near future that flat-out rejects our typical image of the future while quietly making the case that we're closer to...