Craig recommends… Here’s my latest BFI IMAX review. The other big cinemas are in Leicester Square. The Odeon, West End Vue and Empire are where they hold all the big film premieres. The Prince Charles Cinema is better for classic old movies. You can watch arty movies at the ICA and BFI Southbank, and 3D documentaries for kids at the Science Museum’s IMAX cinema. Have a look through out London film guide as well.
The Odeon’s BFI IMAX cinema by Waterloo station shows all the latest blockbuster movies in 2D and 3D.
Its screen is reputedly the largest in the country, measuring 20 metres from top to bottom and 26 metres left to right. The auditorium seats 485.
As well as showing all the latest Hollywood releases and summer blockbusters, the BFI IMAX also offers a selection of 3D documentaries that cover everything from space travel and dinosaurs, to big cats and under the ocean adventures.
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Have you seen our guide to cinema movies in London?
If you enjoy this then try: Barbican Cinema (walk it in 26 mins or catch a train from Waterloo to Barbican); BFI Southbank (you can walk it in less than 3 mins); Leicester Square (walk it in 18 mins or catch a train from Waterloo to Leicester Square); London Film Museum (walk it in 14 mins or catch a train from Waterloo to Covent Garden) and Prince Charles Cinema (walk it in 18 mins or catch a train from Waterloo to Leicester Square).