AMC Rockaway 16

363 Mount Hope Avenue,
Rockaway, NJ 07866

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AMC Rockaway 16

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Opened on November 17, 2006, this theatre is more advanced than its predecessor, which closed in the fall of 2002 and was replaced by a Best Buy store. A total of nearly 3,500 seats, plus stadium seating, digital surround sound, and all the amenities of the AMC franchise are in this big theatre, which is located right across from Sears and is easily visible from Route 80.

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moviebuff82 on August 15, 2015 at 11:44 am

I’m not sure….I know some theaters have better projectors as when I saw Hunger Games Catching Fire and they didn’t have a 3d polarizer in front of the projector. The picture was sharp and full resolution and the surround sound was loud along with the trailers. This was when AMC started to expand the running time of previews to 30 minutes and used their dots campaign. I saw “Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation” in IMAX one week ago on Saturday and for the first time the preshow filled the entire IMAX screen despite running a few minutes late. I saw near the guard rails on the left side of the row above the non stadium seating. The sound was great yet the picture quality was blurry in some action scenes yet some scenes had a film grain look to it. A few days later I saw Minions in one of the smaller theaters in 3D. During the preshow they showed two 3D commercials then a couple of two d trailers before amc again told me and one of my friends to put them on again although we kept wearing them. The 2d image was a bit dark yet clear despite portions of the screen (especially the bottom) cut off due to masking. As for the 3D it was good. The sound was a bit quiet yet clear. AMC needs better soundproofing in their auditoriums…also recently they won’t accept Red and Green tickets for Disney movies but they will accept AMC silver and gold passes. The tuesday I went there, it was packed because it was Stubs Appreciation Day. Morning prices on tickets all day. Also AMC has a strict card policy on younger people for R rated movies.

theatrefan on August 15, 2015 at 3:18 pm

moviebuff82, what are the red and green tickets that cannot be used for Disney movies?

moviebuff82 on August 16, 2015 at 11:24 am

they are similiar to the gold and silver passes that AMC used before they print out their new pass system. Gold and silver passes can be used, however. This is due to the contract between AMC and Disney. I still have two movie passes that I can use.

moviebuff82 on September 18, 2015 at 12:23 pm

Tickets for Spectre already on sale, with Hunger Games to follow in October and Star Wars in a few weeks. The Imax is showing Everest a few weeks before it’s on other screens, with The Walk to follow. Jurassic World is still going strong more than three months after it came out..what movies had the longest engagements at this theater since it opened? I think Star Wars will break the record when it opens in 90 days.

hdtv267 on September 19, 2015 at 5:34 am

So what? Is this the ONLY complex in the AMC chain that has tickets for these movies available for pre-sale? I STILL fail to see the relevance of your continually posting this drivel and driving down the value of this once great site with things that readers can find out just using a search engine, consulting AMC’s website or Fandango. For that matter television commercials for these movies say that the tickets are for sale. So why specifically do you feel it important to continually post this completely trivial piece of “information”, when it’s so readily available. Who EXACTLY do you think you’re serving other than yourself? Star Wars opened in 1977, then was renamed Episode IV, a New Hope. The name of the movie that is opening on December 18th, 2015 is called “A Force Awakens”. All this time you spend gleaning this trivial drivel and care so much about the movie, GET THE NAME OF IT CORRECT, Same with “HUNGER GAMES”,It’s “Mockingjay Part 2” OK?????????????

NYer on October 1, 2015 at 3:32 pm

Hey moviebuff82 don’t listen to hdtv267 He thinks he’s Clint Eastwood and Cinema Treasures his lawn.

hdtv267 on October 3, 2015 at 1:36 pm

Poor analogy, genius and don’t get in the middle of this battle, stick to your own lawn. If he’s got the time to post his drivel, he can defend himself or better yet explain it.

It’s sad that the moderators allow this shit to have taken over the board. It was once a place of historical information- great photos, ads and amusing anecdotes.

Is it really that important tickets are going on sale for something? Really, please explain to me what purpose it serves on this board? Facebook, sure, his own personal journal of course.

However, this is a public forum and I was certainly called out more often than not on some of the things I’ve posted in the past and been called on to explain myself.

It’d make life a lot easier if the so-called moderators would be a little more selective in what goes up here and how truly historically significant it is. Tickets are going on sale? Will something play at theatre X? Really, is it THAT important that it needs to waste bandwidth HERE?

alpinedownhiller on October 3, 2015 at 6:06 pm

@thebrat – man that is a shame to hear about the misalignment/aberrations at #10. I haven’t seen one in that auditorium since that Disney Bears film, which sadly had fringing. They have the same problem with it’s sister auditorium on the other side #7.

As for the volume though, the last time I was in #10 is was deafeningly too loud (as are most, but not all of the auditoriums here, some seem to change volume every time you go, others are the same for years).

alpinedownhiller on October 3, 2015 at 6:09 pm

Wow, a shame to hear what happened to Paul. I was wondering why I never saw him there anymore. He was a longtime staple at this theater.

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