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Since the renovations took place (I was just there last weekend) the sign and the AMC website lists is as just AMC.
Boston and Danvers are still Lowes AMC
Now JUST AMCThe Lowes name is gone from this theater.
NOW Reserved Seating
Renovations continue and should be complete next month
No Hollywood films here lately perhaps due to the fact they still use film
This building has not been demolished
At its peak there were 8 screens
A membership for me would not be practical due to the fact I would have to travel 2 hours each way to get to the cinema.
I was able to go there for the American Hustle preview screening last month. I was sort of disappointed that not only the director appearance was in the screen as opposed to in person, the performance was recorded the preceding evening a far cry from my dream of the event the prior evening which featured an in person appearance by Jennifer Lawrence. The evening was still enjoyable and worth the trip. I was quite impressed in how the curtain opened just at the start.
I was also disappointed that the Sundance screening would be of a documentary as opposed to a Comedy or drama film. Had it not been the Bulger film I would have gotten tickets.
Nei8ther article officially said the AMC was going to close. I foresee it becoming an art house.
Warning Jordan’s is going digital.
NOW ALL Digital too!
now ALL DLP (as of Friday)
Now 19 down 1 to go
The theater stayed open till mid 1998,a few months after the Lowell Showcase opened. Even with a $3.50 bargain night,it could not compete despite showing many of the same films.
DLP update 3 down 5 to go
10 down 10 to go
This theater had three auditoriums. Cinema 1 had 140 seats and was all in blue. Cinema 2 the large one had a total of 300 seats and was all in red (not too unlike the AMC/Lowes theaters in Methuen,and the third screen had a mere 100 seats and was all in yellow.
It originally opened with a $2.25 night admission with 75 cents for children and matinees.
The Merrimac Valley Christan film festival started here in 93.
ALL DLP now!
Looks like ALL digital now!
Going ALL DLP! I may return to this place to check it out afterwords.
Grants actually stayed in downtown Lawrence until 1976.
A crappy cinema that showed good films.
I would like to see double features. :)
I had never been here until yesterday.
This is a fantastic theater.
The original 5-8 opened on October 16, 1981