Going to AMC cinema and experiencing a "No. 1 Player" movie is not what I want to say, but the experience itself. The AMC theater, which is located in a shopping mall where Chinese people live more centrally, has been renovated, with the addition of IMAX and Dolby's Theatre Studio. I deliberately chose Dolby's View Hall to see the non-3D version, the experience is not to be said. As for cinema facilities, the shopping area in the lobby has not only traditional popcorn drinks, but also a bar where alcoholic drinks can be sold. When queuing for purchase, there is a special VIP priority team, which can jump into the queue to buy first, which makes me very impulsive to become VIP. It's no wonder that half the revenue of American cinemas is non-box office income. Entering the studio is also the first time to experience this kind of electric seat, the back can be back up about 30 degrees, but the line of sight is just not blocked by the front row, the leg cushion can also be raised. This kind of experience, I think 20 dollars a ticket is worth it. Finally, I am surprised and applauded that some AMC theaters in the Chinese-speaking areas should have performances with Chinese subtitles. Although these performances are not estimated to be IMAX or Dolby Hall, they definitely add points to Chinese audiences whose English is not good enough.
Orlando's Cinema is inexpensive and has a good hardware environment.
The area here is larger than expected.