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People who respect Cinerama and for someone who is so bloody concerned about accurate information on the other pages for theaters on here, you think the correction would be appreciated.
The largest megaplex in the world by screens is the AMC Mesquite 30 in Mesquite, Texas with 30 screens and a total seating capacity of 6,008.
*and it’s listed on Cinema Treasures, too
[Wish folks would do the research and think before hitting that add comment button. Ok?]
I wasn’t aware it was in any danger of closing.
This actually occured over the weekend, not on the date that the original poster added, which could let one to believe that the window smashing was part of the riots in Baltimore on April 27th.
Randomly posting a link with no information concerning it is irresponsible.
What does the above link have to do with this complex?
The AM New York is available online.
Can you please provide a link to this information, which I’ll presume is a follow up to the link posted on Dec 8th?
What sort of vegetation??
How can no one update this?
Google is your friend….
you posted about the fights in 2010 and then IN CAPITAL LETTERS Jan 2015 and today/
Thank you for bringing this to our attention repeatedly,
do you have the link for that article John? Thanks
Here’s a shot of the marquee at night
perhaps someone from that region can find that. I checked online to no avail.
As bad as that happening ( I feel worse for the restaurant) one break-in does not a rash make. Once again you’re doing this board a dis-service with partial and incorrect information.
and from where (and provide the link) did you learn this piece of information?
Thanks Mike Keegan, looking forward to the updates on progress of having an Alamo in San Francisco.
Do you have a target date in mind for re-opening?
Thank you for the link and back story. However, after reading this article I’m still baffled what that has to do with this particular complex. No mention made of it in that article, I’d really like that piece of info cleared up
Thanks for the link and photo. Sucks how would be a great photo is diminished by some jackass on a smart phone. If anyone finds other photos or links, please post them. Ok?
where is your documentation of our post or a link to where you saw this information and how it pertains to this complex.
Please provide this. ok?
I for one find Mike’s website and material quite interesting and am grateful for his efforts. I enjoy seeing the information and ads that he posts. People who actually bring information to this board should be thanked for their efforts , not questioned. Especially by someone who only seems to be nothing but a rabble rouser.
where exactly did you see this gem of important information at and what relevance does it have to this particular venue? Is this the ONLY complex that is going to be affected by this change?
I fail to see the significance of this post as it applies to this particular complex.
If you have legitimate documented information, please do post it. If not, please stop.
Per the fine folks at @AMCHelps the actual opening date for this venue was April 21, 2000.
I reached out to someone at AMC via Twitter and was informed that in fact no plans made or any specific details are available and to check with the theatre for further information as to specific facts.
Thank you for actually providing a link, however, it doesn’t say exactly when the transition is taking place. So until someone speaks with theatre management and gets a shut down and re-open date, then any guesses is just that a guess.
This review by Vincent Canby is dated November of 1969.
The co-feature “Flesh” released in 1968.
So to answer the question, based upon that data, would be late 1969 or early 1970 depending upon how long these movies played.
This is a still image from TV of the Virgin megastore Loews , not the iconic Loews State