Well, the Grand Illusion is a lot smaller than that. The screen is the size of a large TV and the entire theater seats 71 people. In fact, it looks very much like what might happen if I were asked to remodel a dentist's office into a theater — it's a very good Advanced Rodents* project, but still clearly qualifies.
All that said, I had a good time seeing Evangelion 1.0 there tonight, and they're showing a bunch of old SF this month — I wish my movie night friends lived near here so I could take them &mdash and they have some convenient parking, so I'll probably be back. If they keep showing interesting stuff, it might be worth getting a membership, even.
*Constructed by somebody who knows what the result is supposed to look like but is making up the design from scratch, using readily identifiable materials and nonspecialist tools. Originally used to describe an air-conditioner support frame I constructed in the spare bedroom of my apartment using only a couple two by fours, a handsaw, a hammer, and some nails. Have you ever tried to saw a two by four while supporting it on your knees?