We went to see it at the RKO Stanley Warner Route 4 Paramus Quad. If you really want to know more about the history of the theatre click the link, but at that point in time it had a huge huge huge huge main downstairs screen in its original building, which was added on to before then added on to later and then the original main screens cut up a bit, but even at its death a couple years ago as a tenplex the main screen at 2/3 of its original size was awfully danged big. We would drive down, 1:15 in good traffic which rarely there was, to see big new movies on that big screen in glorious 70mm. The Empire Strikes Back and Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan were the two best of them, and I have lots of fond memories of the Paramus Quad.
Star Trek 2 is a great movie. It's incredible fun from beginning to end, and Ricardo Montalban's performance as Khan was a hoot. And I say that in the very best and nicest and most wonderful sense of the word. It's a movie that holds up. I saw it again on a big screen at the Loews Jersey not all that long ago with a pretty decent crowd, and I was in love with it as a fortysomething every bit as much as a teenager on his senior class tip weekend.
Ricardo Montalban, you will be missed. Or as Khan might say "I shall avenge you!"