AMC Plymouth Meeting Mall 12

494 Germantown Pike,
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462

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HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on August 20, 2007 at 6:33 pm

Long ago, as the Fox was demolished in 1980.

I’m rather selective myself and as you can tell from my “well designed” description, I agree with the magazine, and with Andrew. The screen sizes are large, sound actually is surround, and the auditoriums are comfortable.

veyoung52
veyoung52 on August 20, 2007 at 6:29 pm

I haven’t put too much trust into Philadelphia magazine’s opinions of theatres since they at one time listed the lavish downtown Fox Theatre as Philadelphia’s Worst.

HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on August 20, 2007 at 6:29 am

From the Nov 12, 2006 Philadelphia Weekly article by Andrew Repasky McElhinney,
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Best Overall Theatergoing Experience
From its first-rate presentation, generous-sized screens and hardworking, quick-thinking and courteous staff, the all-stadium-seating AMC Plymouth Meeting 12 is the best megaplex in the area. Clean, adjacent to the Plymouth Meeting Mall, featuring two awesomely large THX-certified screens, reasonably reliable projection and a powerful sound systemâ€"this is as good as a multiplex gets.

HowardBHaas
HowardBHaas on August 20, 2007 at 6:27 am

The June 1999 Philadelphia magazine gave a perfect 5.0 rating to what was then the GCC Plymouth Meeting 12, with the highest possible rankings in each category of Cleanliness, Service, Screen & Sound, and Seating, and in the Comment section: “Worth the $8” This was the best rating of any movie theater in the Philadelphia area other than the Ritz 12 Voorhees (which had most of its screens devoted to arthouse fare then).

The 1999 Philadelphia magazine gave the lowest rating in the Philadelphia area to the Regal Plymouth Meeting 10 rating it only a 2.8, with Comment stating “Regal Disappointment”

Also in Montgomery County, and not too far away, is the Regal Marketplace 24 @ Oaks which was rated 4.8 which was the next highest rated of all Philadelphia area theaters. Some notable theaters built since these ratings include the United Artists King of Prussia 16 and the Bridge /theaters/10911/