New theater movies that are not being caried over usually come out on Fridays. Most of these theaters will try to charge you extra for 3-D films with descriptions, but don't let them. You may have to explain to them just how absurd it is to offer a premium visual show to a non visual patron who wants to sit with his or her family and friends.
All of the state AMC theaters show described movies.
4915 East Ray, Phoenix 480-705-4884
565 North 3rd, Phoenix 602-307-5371
7700 West Arrowhead, Glendale 623-487-1414
730 South Mill, Tempe 480-207-2534
3033 West Agua Fria, Phoenix 623-434-0300
21001 North Tatum, Phoenix 480-606-0806
2515 East Camelback, Phoenix 602-667-0330
Foothills Mall, Tucson 520-742-5050
1647 South Stapley, Mesa 480-503-1680
9400 West Hanna, Glendale 623-772-1371
CINEMARK & CENTURY THEATERS
Cinemark / Century has the majority of their shows captioned. Their schedules are HERE and phone numbers are below, so call them. Call them often!
Century El Con
Century Oro Valley
Century Park Place
Cinemark Sierra Vista
Talking Books has a large variety of descriptive movies that you can check out. Free movie loans from the Arizona State Library are as easy to get as their recorded books and are also delivered postage free right to your door. The older recordings are on VHS tape and they are building up their collection of studio captioned DVDs. One warning, though the DVD movies may have menus that require a sighted person's help. Call the library people at 1-800-255-5578
B & B Theaters, with 50 theaters across the country and now with one in Goodyear and one in Mesa, says they are equipping each of their venues with description equipment and should be finished in eighteen months. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We will post more on them as things happen.
These Arizona Harkins theaters show described movies in every room at their theaters as long as the film has description supplied by the movie studios. Harkins will not offer descriptions on IMAX films.