The Malcha Mall multiplex has several small screens in small rooms with small speakers, small walls and small ticket takers. This facility may be your best bet for seeing a Hollywood blockbuster in Jerusalem, which is somewhat of a shame. "The bad sound and projection quality were due to faults in the system which are now being corrected," Globus managing director Igal Galai recently explained in an interview with The Jerusalem Post. Supposedly, the management is working to fix "the messiness and ushers' lack of helpfulness."
It's advisable to arrive early on Thursday and Saturday evenings if you haven't preordered tickets; you can kill time at the mall's rather large food court.