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    Movie theater at Palm beach mall

    Has anyone been there yet???? Just wondering how much for a ticket and goodies.

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    There is a lawsuit b/w the 'cinema' and the new place. Don't
    know when they will open.

    here is a translation link (don't know if it will work)
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    ORANGE CITY - The Chain Ferry theater appealed the ruling of the court over the licensing of the new cinema in Palm Beach Plaza. The judge said Wednesday the case of De Veer LAR Theaters Chain (The Cinemas) against the government and cinema operator Aruba Caribbean Cinemas or inadmissible. It has Cinemas The fewer possibilities to prevent the new cinema opens in Palm Beach Plaza.

    The Veer harnessed the LAR-case to ensure that the entertainment license granted to Caribbean Cinemas of 2007 would be canceled or at least would be re-evaluated. According to a representative of developer Aruba The Cinema Megaplex Cinemas has even no license for the new cinema. "They do have a license for their sites, but not specific to the cinema."

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    Eduardo De Veer, owner of The Cinemas, cinema operators takes two to Aruba too. The island gets the opening of the Palm Beach Plaza cinema in the highest "density film screen" world, he suggested earlier. Since the opening of its second cinema in 2007, De Veer irresponsible of the government to a foreign investor to allow the operation of third cinema. The second movie of the spring is located in Paseo Herencia, right next to Palm Beach Plaza. This is the new shopping mall where the cinema of the Puerto Rican sub-office business. The new cinema has eight rooms.

    In 2008 De Veer stretched a lawsuit he lost. He appealed, but his rulings late September 2009 the Common Court of Justice of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba again to the detriment of the spring. With the LAR-Veer The case drew the authorization granted in doubt. According to The Cinemas is the license operator of the Caribbean Cinemas expired because more than six months the project has not worked. The case was particularly directed against the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, which issued to the Puerto Rican cinema operator has provided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizzardo View Post
    There is a lawsuit b/w the 'cinema' and the new place. Don't
    know when they will open.

    here is a translation link (don't know if it will work)
    http://translate.google.com/translat...om&sl=nl&tl=en

    ORANGE CITY - The Chain Ferry theater appealed the ruling of the court over the licensing of the new cinema in Palm Beach Plaza. The judge said Wednesday the case of De Veer LAR Theaters Chain (The Cinemas) against the government and cinema operator Aruba Caribbean Cinemas or inadmissible. It has Cinemas The fewer possibilities to prevent the new cinema opens in Palm Beach Plaza.

    The Veer harnessed the LAR-case to ensure that the entertainment license granted to Caribbean Cinemas of 2007 would be canceled or at least would be re-evaluated. According to a representative of developer Aruba The Cinema Megaplex Cinemas has even no license for the new cinema. "They do have a license for their sites, but not specific to the cinema."

    Film Fabric Density
    Eduardo De Veer, owner of The Cinemas, cinema operators takes two to Aruba too. The island gets the opening of the Palm Beach Plaza cinema in the highest "density film screen" world, he suggested earlier. Since the opening of its second cinema in 2007, De Veer irresponsible of the government to a foreign investor to allow the operation of third cinema. The second movie of the spring is located in Paseo Herencia, right next to Palm Beach Plaza. This is the new shopping mall where the cinema of the Puerto Rican sub-office business. The new cinema has eight rooms.

    In 2008 De Veer stretched a lawsuit he lost. He appealed, but his rulings late September 2009 the Common Court of Justice of the Netherlands Antilles and Aruba again to the detriment of the spring. With the LAR-Veer The case drew the authorization granted in doubt. According to The Cinemas is the license operator of the Caribbean Cinemas expired because more than six months the project has not worked. The case was particularly directed against the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, which issued to the Puerto Rican cinema operator has provided.


    is it me, or did anyone else not understand what they're talking about? i'm so confused.....

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    btw, is this theater at the palm beach mall the one that's next to mr jazz? if so, the tickets are about $8/pp. the theater is relatively new and thus clean. the screens are average small USA theater size - sits approx 50 pp? the concessions were cheap if i remember correctly - a large popcorn + large soda = $6 or so? overall, the theater is nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fattypatty View Post
    btw, is this theater at the palm beach mall the one that's next to mr jazz? if so, the tickets are about $8/pp. the theater is relatively new and thus clean. the screens are average small USA theater size - sits approx 50 pp? the concessions were cheap if i remember correctly - a large popcorn + large soda = $6 or so? overall, the theater is nice.
    The cinema next to Mr. Jazz is at Paseo Herencia mall. Palm Beach Plaza mall is behind Paseo Herencia.

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    Okay in a nutshell. The guy who owns the movie theater in town
    and at the Passeo is suing the new movie theater.

    The 'Cinema' owner is suing because it's over-saturating the
    market and he objects because it is not an 'Aruban' company
    operating it.

    The other issue is they got their permit and had a period of
    time to open the new place which elapsed.

    So it's been in appeals for a while and who knows what will happen.

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    thanks

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    where is Paseo Herencia?

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    I believe its the mall with the water show...Moby Dicks, TGIF, etc there.
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    Paseo Herencia is opposite Holiday Inn.

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