2218 N. Cove Boulevard,
2218 N. Cove Boulevard,Panama City, FL 32405
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The Grand Opening ad is definitely AMC, and the ground floor projection setup was a pretty common practice with AMC theaters at the time.
As PC Cinemas this is now a first-run movie theater again.
Opened with on screen 1 with “Harry and Walter go to New York”, screen 2 with “Murder by death”, screen 3 with “Drive-in”, and screen 4 with “The Bingo Long Traveling All-Stars & Motor Kings”.
While the mall is closed, the public can use the side entrance for access.
This Theatre is Now Reopened and It Now Showing Movies.
In Fall 2018, VIP Cinemas will Reopened the 4-Screen Theatre and the Name will be Mall Cinemas.
AMC has closed this theatre. Last day of operation was January 11th.
This was opened by AMC on August 20th, 1976. Its grand opening ad has been posted at the photo section of this theatre.
After writing a complaint, recently, to the company, via their website, about the conditions of this theatre, their district manager assured me measures had been or would soon be taken regarding staff training, lighting issues, and, one would hope, film quality; he also informed me that as of February 29, 2008, the ticket cost would revert back to $1 each. I can only assume I wasn’t the only one to complain about the cost (especially in relation to the quality of the movie-going experience).