AMC Village On The Parkway 9

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AMC Village On The Parkway 9

If you liked paying more for your cinematic experience in the mid-2010s, AMC Prime was for you. One of the first half-dozen concept screens was here at the VOP-9 as it was built to undercut the nearby and independent Look luxury cinema. From AMC’s website, “Introducing AMC Prime, the movie experience that delivers the "wow” of sight, sound and sense like you wouldn’t believe. Feel the action with super-comfy recliners that actually reverberate with every explosion and every laser blast. Live inside the sound with audio that submerges you in a world of sensation. And capture every moment in the finest detail with the unbelievably crisp and luminous picture. With AMC Prime, you see, hear and feel every wow."

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Chris Utley
Chris Utley on February 22, 2020 at 11:06 am

This auditorium is now a Dolby Cinema room

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