CalgaryMovies.com Frequently Asked Questions
Remember, we are just a website listing movie showtimes for Calgary moviegoers. We are not associated with any theatre brand or chain. Any issues and questions regarding specific theatres, service, pricing, employment, concessions, group bookings, gift certificates, and lost items should be directed to each theatre.
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When will NEW MOVIE arrive in theatres and what are the showtimes?
The Coming Soon section has our most timely and up-to-date information available. Most theatres do not distribute showtimes until the week prior to the release date. If showtimes are available in advance, they will be displayed under the film listing.
Additionally, many films also only receive a limited release in Canada. A release date in the USA may only coincide with a showing in the Toronto area and not in smaller markets such as Calgary. A highly demanded film will eventually make its way to our local theatres, however this can be up to many weeks or months later.
Please note that all Coming Soon release dates and showtimes are subject to change without notification or recourse to CalgaryMovies.com.
Can I book a birthday party or group of people for a movie?
You will have to contact the theatres directly for birthday and group booking information.
Empire Theatres http://www.empiretheatres.com/birthdays
Cineplex Theatres http://www.cineplex.com/Theatres/Birthdays.aspx
I have lost my cellphone at your theatre, can you tell me if you have found it?
You will have to contact the specific theatre directly for lost and found information.
Empire Theatres http://www.empiretheatres.com/theatres
Cineplex Theatres http://www.cineplex.com/Theatres/FindATheatre.aspx
How do you define the admission groups?
While there may be differences by each theatre brand, the typical admission groupings are:
General (14-64), Child (3-13), and Senior (65+).
What do the RATINGS for movies mean?
All film classifications are completed through the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Culture and Community Spirit. They operate under the Film and Video Classification Act and Regulations of the Province of Alberta. http://www.albertafilmratings.ca/default.aspx
G - General. Suitable for viewing by all ages.
PG - Parental Guidance. Parental guidance is advised.
14A - Suitable for viewing by persons 14 years of age or older. Persons under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
18A - Suitable for viewing by persons 18 years of age or older. Persons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
R - Restricted. Admittance restricted to persons 18 years of age and older.