Tom (:macwave:... better their peas than their mashed potatoes. :eek:)
When we tried the dine in I found I didn't take as much notice of the movie and didn't follow the plot (at the time it was the second in the series of Sherlock Holmes)
The food was better than I expected though :yes:
Thanks for this Keith. I've always wondered how it would be done. Definitely something to consider on a gloomy weather day at WDW.
Just be careful when using this particular theater, they don't seem to tell you which side is the dine in side. We purchased tickets (can't remember now which movie) on the dine in side assuming that was the side we would be on. Nope. We had to go all the way outside and around to the other side by Circque and the movie was NOT in the dine-in side. I did successfully get our money back. But you CAN buy tickets (and this was in Jan this year) for both sides on each side.
Mad that you can't just walk through to each side though :/
Theyve also changed the whole system of getting hotdogs etc on the non-dine side. First of all you just ordered them with your ticket which worked fine. Then they changed it so it was all self serve and you just picked up hot dog/popcorn etc and went to the counter. I guess too many people were escaping without paying, so now you have to go to various different staffed counters and wait whilst the hotdog bit looks at you in amazement for asking for.... a hotdog... wait for them to find a luke warm one to throw at you :/ then go pay then go fill a cup with coke. It's MILES less efficient.
The dine in side was the only reason we were going there! The theater at mall down at the end of International Drive (can't think of the name!) is way cheaper. Of course, if you don't have a car then it would be much more expensive :sorry:
You lost me at "Dictator" ;-)