Scotia Theatre Vancouver

The Scotiabank Theatre in Vancouver (map, 900 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC, Canada, phone 604-630-1407) is a large movie theatre located in downtown Vancouver at the corner of Burrard and Smithe. Formerly named the Paramount, this movie theater has 9 screens and shows all the latest new releases. Inside the Scotia Theatre you’ll find stylish, modern decor, big screens with comfortable reclining seats, and several fast food restaurants including Taco Bell, Burger King, and KFC.

View the theatre’s website for the latest showtimes. Below are some photos of the Scotia Theater taken from Vancouver’s Burrard Street (which is accessible by the Burrard Skytrain station (subway).

If you’re actually looking for a Scotiabank Banking Branch with ATM, there is a full service branch just up the street at the corner of Burrard and Nelson (map).

Another movie theatre in the downtown area is Tinseltown Theatres, which is in the International Village Mall at 88 W Pender, across from the Stadium Skytrain station.

Scotia Theater in Vancouver

(above) Scotiabank Theater in Vancouver

Scotia Bank Theatre in downtown Vancouver

(above) Scotia Bank Theatre in downtown Vancouver

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4 Responses to “Scotia Theatre Vancouver”

  1. Debbie Says:

    Ditto with Dan regarding the fabulous Tinseltown cinema with it’s 9 screens,1st cinema in Vancouver to offer stadium seating and free parking.

  2. Dan Says:

    Colin,
    Did you forget about Tinsel Town?
    approx 9 screens just across town?

  3. Colin Says:

    The ONLY major movie theater in Vancouver. You’d think in an international city with a large population people should have a little more of a choice. But because this is the only big cinema complex in the city, most newly released movies are consistantly SOLD OUT on a regular basis for up to 2 weeks after their release.

    My advise is get there early for anything popular and be prepared to wait in lines and then sit in a crowded theatre with an ever increasing public who have no respect for keeping their mouths shut during the film.

    Scotia Theatre is the reason I download.

  4. g.danjou Says:

    terrible name for such beautiful theatre complex,scotiabank theatre sounds like a large hall rather than a movie house. why couldn’t they just leave the ‘paramount name alone? change of owner ship maybe?surely there are better name’s out there.the name is wrong the signage is awful,the color red is so 80’s. thanks.I guess….

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