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Guild Theatre

949 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA 94025 · Downtown Menlo Park
(650) 566-8367
Rating: 4.0 out of 5"43 Yelp reviews ·

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  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Jun 29, 2014 · by Diana H. from YelpI've drove by the Guild multiple times and when I went out to run an errand, I decided to catch a movie here and I love supporting small businesses. Don't be fooled by the outside, the inside of the theater was gorgeous and the sound is great. I'd say buy a movie ticket and support the community. Full review
  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"May 28, 2014 · by Stephanie D. from YelpTypical.. you live somewhere your whole life and never know the gem's that are right around the corner, which in my case was the Guild Theater. The theater only has one screen so there aren't many film choices but if you like smaller artistic movies this is an awesome place.Tickets were $10, a little bit less than … Full review
  • Rating: 2.0 out of 5"Jan 29, 2014 · by R W. from YelpI know this place is loved by many, and I'm all for quaint old school theatres. But when mice start scurrying across the floor during the movie and patrons are leaving with mysterious bug bites, it seems like it might be time to upgrade a few things. It is possible to be hip, quaint *and* clean. Full review
  • Rating: 3.0 out of 5"Nov 23, 2013 · by Tami S. from YelpI'm not in absolute love with this theatre, but I don't think it is THAT cruddy, either.On the positive side: the seats are pretty comfortable, the snacks are OK, and the movie selection (which is to say the movie that they've selected to play there -- this is a one-screener) is usually good. I've seen some great … Full review
  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"Sep 12, 2013 · by christy s. from YelpI have been going to this theater over the years for longer than I care to admit....but it still hasn't changed much, and that is a good thing! In fact it is fantastic. I love the nostalgic atmosphere this theater provides. It's a welcome break from the over-sized multiplex theaters that are too crowded to really be as … Full review
  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"Jun 15, 2013 · by Maria R. from YelpI didn't realize until reading the reviews that this theater and Aquarius are sister-theaters. I love them both! Any place that smells like old musty libraries are a plus, no sarcasm there at all! Went here for the first time recently to catch 'Before Midnight' and it was a great experience. Love the old decor, … Full review
  • Rating: 5.0 out of 5"Jun 06, 2013 · by Abby S. from YelpAw, snap! The Guild was closed awhile ago for renovations, but is back up and running in Menlo Park. I'm a huge fan of the Aquarius, their sister theatre and am happy to report that this location is just as great, if not better.Though it's only a one-screen theatre, it does fine on its own. No squeaky seats and … Full review
  • Rating: 2.0 out of 5"May 26, 2013 · by Jioe F. from YelpWe bought popcorn at 3PM( ahead of early movie) an d it was so stale it was unedible. The said it was "just freshly popped" when we took it back--a giant lie. We were the only people who bought it (only about 20 in the theater) and the popper was almost empty. We have easily eaten over a ton of movie … Full review
  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Aug 27, 2012 · by Ashley C. from YelpWent here on a Saturday night to watch the midnight viewing of "Rocky Horror Picture Show" with one of my best girfriends. It was my first time to one of these and I had a blast. The ticket stand is located outside of the theater, so when you purchase your tickets to this movie, you have to wait outside until … Full review
  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Aug 09, 2012 · by Madeline W. from YelpContinuing my adventures to old theaters that show indie films I ventured to the Guild Theater on a Sunday night to catch Beasts of the Southern Wild.I'm still not sure how to describe the film.The theater is pretty large and the screen is set back a little; it's not a huge screen but I wasn't going for IMAX so i … Full review
  • Rating: 1.0 out of 5"Aug 04, 2012 · by Patricia V. from Yelp1 star * because this place actually still shows movies.This theater was build in 1926...now what does that say? Lemme tell you, it tells it all.Old musty, antiquated, old @$$ single screen funky @$$ movie theater.Ticket booth & concession stand are one single combined small 5'x15' area. Three … Full review