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Robinson Film Center, Shreveport

(4.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We probably see more movies at the 2 screen Robinson than at the mainstream theaters with multiple screens. We've seen many excellent films, many out of the mainstream, in a great atmosphere with alwa...  more »
  • Most comfortable theater seating in town. Sound was above average and picture quality was above average. Since this is a small theater every seat is good. 
  • Interesting menu and off beat movie selection make for a great date night. The balcony is nice for a cocktail if the weather is agreeable. Because the location is downtown you may have to walk a block...  more »
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  • This place is a hidden gem in Downtown Shreveport. Great movies and events. Five star dining at Abby Singer's bistro. A wholly unique experience that will delight you at every turn. I never miss a chance to go here.
  • Went here for a party. It was great! I'd love to go back and enjoy a beer and a movie. Service there was great!
  • I first went to the Robinson in the Fall of 2015 after one of my favorite English teachers could not stop praising it during class. As a lover of movies, I made it my mission to watch a movie there as soon as possible. As soon as I walked in, I knew that I would love it. It is a small theater with only two screens, but it is by far the cleanest and best looking theater I have been to in Louisiana. The Robinson has taken advantage of every bit of space its relatively small building has to offer, and I think it is wonderfully laid out. There is even a small lounge area on the bottom floor where you can sit and discuss the movie you have just watched. The theaters themselves are wonderful! They are large enough to feel spacious without being so large as to feel like you are too far from the screen. The screens themselves are bright with vibrant colors and a clear picture. In fact, I would wager that the picture you see at the Robinson will look better than pictures in some of the national theater chains. Sound has always been great with voices coming in clearly without being drowned out by cranked up bass or background noises. I've seen many reviews claiming that the staff was less than polite, but every time I have gone, the service I received was friendly. But I must say, if the comments about the service are making you hesitant to visit, do not let them deter you because I believe everyone should come watch films here. When it comes to film selection, I am always pleased to see that the Robinson is offering smaller movies that larger cinemas are ignoring and replacing with big name films. Ironically, the movies I have watched at the Robinson have been better than the majority of movie offerings from the big names recently. I have yet to be disappointed by the films I have seen here. The Robinson seems to celebrate cinema itself instead of just making the most profit, which is evident when you view the movie lineup. I'll end my review by saying this: The Robinson Film Center is hands down the best theater I have visited in Louisiana. Everything from the facade, to the interior, to the movie selection, to the theaters themselves shows that the Robinson cares about creating the best movie-going experience possible. Do yourself a favor and take the time to visit this theater. I'm about to visit again right now!
  • The Robinson is an okay place to go. I've gone there a few times and watched movies. The movies are okay, it's sort of a "smalltime, independent, theater" sort of vibe and you watch movies there that you can't see anywhere else. Usually it's sort of a drama, indie, cult, movie you won't see in a big theater. That's okay, people probably go there for that vibe. But it's not for me. I'd rather go to the cinema and see a big action-packed blockbuster than something I can't see much anywhere else, unless I watch it at home or order it on the internet or something like that. I'd encourage people to keep going to the Robinson, if only to keep it up, it looks like it's struggling, and I hope they hold out over the years. They've been there for a while, let's hope they keep it up. Let's see what happens.
  • Clean and vomfy. Great movies and friendly staff