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Frequently Asked Questions
We love feedback! See our FAQs below in case we can answer your question here.
User Comments and Reviews:
I loved or hated a movie. Where can I write a review?
We love it when you write a review for a movie! Here's how you can write one: click on the movie, then when you're on the synopsis page, click on "rate this movie." Select a rating and write your comment in the box underneath, then click Submit.
I wrote a review but I don't see it on the site:
Comments on cinemarcp.com go up right away. We do take down inappropriate comments or reviews that include spoilers. On our other sites, comments are put up manually so please give us 24 hours. If you vote on a movie's star rating, please check back again in 24 hours - it takes the page awhile to refresh before you can see the new rating.
Where can I write a review about a theater?
Find your theater first. Once you're on the theater page, click "Rate this theater" link to rate the theater and write a review.
Can I buy tickets online?
You bet. We offer ticketing for theaters in the U.S. that have online ticketing enabled. You can purchase tickets on any page that displays tickets. The showtimes will show up as links from the theater showtime pages if tickets are available for a particular showtime.
Keep in mind that not all theaters have online ticketing available. For example, the show could be sold out or not available for online purchase.
How/where do I buy tickets online?
You can buy tickets on almost any movie times page. Go to the movie times page of your favorite theater by typing your theater's name in the Search box, or by clicking on Search by Theater. If your theater offers online tickets (not all theaters do), you'll ticket icons on each showtime. Click on the showtimes button, and then follow the instructions to buy tickets.
My ticket didn't print. What do I do?
Easy there, don't panic! Did you get an email confirmation? Check to see if you received that and if you did, you can print it out and take it to the theater along with the credit card you used.
I didn't get an email confirmation/How do I know if my order was processed?
We hate when this happens, but it might have gone into your spam or junk mail folder. If you don't find it there, log into your Fandango VIP account. There are two other ways to find your order confirmation information: 1. Through your VIP Account - If you have a VIP account, your ticket(s) will also be stored in your account under purchase history. 2. Sign Up for a VIP Account - If you checked out as a guest, create a VIP account to view your purchase history. Just sign up for a VIP account with the same email address you used during checkout and we’ll automatically link your previous purchases to your new account. You can also contact the Ticketing support team at 1-800-326-3264 or visit https://support.fandango.com/
For all ticketing questions:
If you have any questions regarding ticketing, contact the Ticketing support team directly at 1-800-326-3264. They should be able to help you sort out any ticketing issues. For more ticketing questions, please visit https://support.fandango.com
How do I find out the price of a movie ticket?
For theaters with online tickets available, you can click on the showtime to buy tickets and will be able to see the price of the tickets. For movies without online ticketing, please call the theater.
When are movie times updated? Why can't I get certain future movie times (for example, for the upcoming weekend on Wednesday or before)?
We update movie times four times a day, so as soon as the theater owners decide on the times they will appear on the website. Please keep in mind that movies generally change weekly on Fridays, so early in the week theater owners may not have decided on the following week's schedule. New movie times for the upcoming week may not be posted until Wednesday or Thursday.
How long will a particular movie be playing in theaters?
There is no way to predict how long any movie will play at a particular theater. It depends on the theater and how popular the film is. Please keep checking our movie times.
I want to see a movie and you had it listed, but it wasn't playing yet.
Some theaters determine movie times more than a week in advance. Please check the drop down date option to check all future movie times. Please make sure that the listing says that it's playing on the day you're planning to go. For example, if you want to go on Thursday, but the movie times are listed as Friday to Wednesday, then the movie isn't playing until Friday.
I want to see a particular movie, can you tell me when it will be coming to my theater?
Each theater selects the movies that will be screened at their cinemas. As soon as we have confirmation of the film's dates and showtimes, we will update our site. So keep checking our site for updates.
I went to see a movie and the showtimes were wrong and/or I went to see a movie but it didn't have 3D screenings like it said on the website.
We post the movie times provided by the theaters. Please email us if this happens and we will notify the theater and investigate what happened. Our movie times cover all U.S. theaters/movies and we pride ourselves on the accuracy of our movie times data.
What does No Passes mean?
That means if you have a free pass to get into a movie, you can't use it for that movie. Gift certificates are still accepted for these movies.
I own a theater and I would like cinemarcp.com to display my movie times, how do I submit them?
If you own a theater and want your theater and movie times displayed, please email: email@example.com
I have a compliment or complaint about a theater. It was too noisy/cold/staff were rude etc.
We're sure the theater you attended would appreciate your feedback. You can rate theaters on our site and leave comments so theater staff and other moviegoers can see what your experience was like. Find your theater to rate it.
To call the theater directly, you can find phone numbers for theaters on our showtimes pages or by typing the name of the theater into the Tribute search box.
Tell others about your theater experience.
We now offer our Showtimes.com fans a chance to rate theaters and leave comments so theater staff and other moviegoers can see what your experience was like. Find your theater to review it.
I lost my wallet, cell, glasses etc. at your theater.
Please contact the theater directly.
Can I rent a theater for an event? How can I book a birthday party at a theater?
Please contact the theater directly.
I loved or hated a movie. Where can I write a review?
We love when you write movie reviews! To review a movie, click on the movie, then when you're on the synopsis page, click on Rate. Select a rating and write your comment in the box underneath, then click Submit.
How can I apply for a job at a theater?
It's best to go in person - bring a resume, or you can fill out an employment form when you get there. Or if you'd like to apply online, please visit the theater site that you are interested in applying for.
Why are there ads on your site? Can I get rid of them?
Ads provide us with revenue to maintain all the great content. So if you like the site, please watch the ads - we try to gear them to be of interest to our users.
I don't like an ad that you're showing, can you get rid of it?
We try to make sure ads are of interest and relevant to our users. However, we agree that sometimes ads are terrible! Let us know if we're displaying something you think shouldn't be there.
What do the ratings mean?
The film-rating system used by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) rates a film's suitability for different audiences. The MPAA rating system is based on the films' content and is often used to help parents decide what films are appropriate for their children. Read more to learn about the meaning of each rating.
MPAA Ratings and Warnings:
- Rated G: General audiences – All ages admitted. Nothing that would offend parents for viewing by children.
- Rated PG: Parental guidance suggested – Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give "parental guidance." May contain some material parents might not like for their young children.
- Rated PG-13: Parents strongly cautioned – Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. Parents are urged to be cautious. Some material may be inappropriate for pre-teenagers.
- Rated R: Restricted – Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Contains some adult material. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.
- Rated NC-17: Adults Only – No one 17 and under admitted. Clearly adult. Children are not admitted.
- Some movies may have extra warnings on them to explain why they received a specific rating, such as Profanity; Alcohol, Drugs and Smoking; Sex and Nudity; Frightening and Intense Scenes; Violence and Gore; and Strong Sexual Content.
Why don't you list the movie ratings on each movie page?
When you look up a movie or a theater in showtimes, the rating of the movie will appear beside the title.
How can I find out which movies have closed captioning (CC), Descriptive Video Service for the hearing impaired (DVS) or other hearing or seeing assisted devices?
Movies are not closed captioned, however some theaters have devices to help seeing or hearing. Where theaters have provided this information, we show it on the showtimes pages.
This is an underserviced part of the film industry, which the industry is working to correct.
I would like to contact a celebrity. Can you provide me with a contact?
Unfortunately, we don't provide contact information for celebrities, directors or studio heads.