Burbank >Arts & Entertainment > Amc Theatres
125 E Palm Ave, Burbank, CA | Directions 9150234.181933 -118.312519
this is a good place to go if you're looking for something more than just a movie. san fernando blvd is a block away and gives for plenty of shopping, coffee, and food. the theatre itself is large and comfy. prices are pretty stable here, too.
Underwelming mess of a theater – A great place to see a movie in a poorly designed shoebox with sound that goes over your head and a distorted screen. Add the crowds of bozos who flock there and the AMC logo and you have an underwelming experience at best.
Nice theater! – These theater's are nice and roomy. You still get the normal people that talk through out the entire movie but that happens at every theater. I'm more than pleased with this theater. Nice screen and nice selection. The seats also have ample leg room. You wont be tossing and turning in your seat! Plus there's plenty of seats available for the taking. The sound and visuals are much better here than at ther theaters. AMC is a great theater! Plus there building and Amc 16 right next door!
i have been to better – A movie is a movie but if your trying so hard to get comfortable it turns into i hate this movie lets go!! I have seen a bunch of movies here and each time i ask myself why do i continue to put myself in these uncomfortable seats!!
Nice – But only after you get into the theater. After you find parking and then the walk to the theater you may be ready to go back home. It is nice that there are a lot of restaurants close by and it is freeway close.
amc is alright with me – amc is just right, i buy my tix online, skip tha lines and go. helpful staff and signature popcorn is right on. keep up the good work
A Relic – When the AMC 14 opened in the late 80s, Burbank hadn't had its own movie theater in years. If you lived in Burbank you had to drive to Glendale or North Hollywood to see a film. Hard to believe now that "Media City" has 28 screens in three different locations, with more on the way.
Almost 15 years later, this original location is somewhat of a relic. It has only two large screens, no stadium seating, no retractable arm rests and problematic parking. Nevertheless, it's proximity to the Burbank Village makes it a fave date spot on the weekends. There's always long lines outside and on busy nights it can be difficult to find a seat.
movieplex madness – Well, as far as theatres go, this isn't bad at all. But, this movieplex suffers from what all movieplexes do: long lines, $9 tickets, $6 popcorn buckets, and overcrowding. The worst part? My company gets tickets from AMC that they pay full price for. However, we can't use these tickets for any show within two weeks of it's debut. Not sure why, but it blows. Lastly, when did movie theatres go on this no-salt diet? Do you know how hard it is to salt popcorn in the bucket? Please!
suburpia – megaplexes are evil by nature. but this one is one of the worst. annoying people in the theatre. concessions way over priced. no redeeming qualities really. stadium seating i guess. but not all the theatres have it. and not all the theatres have good sound either.
Too crowded – Most Burbank/Hollywood theaters are over-crowded on the weekends -- this place is no exception. No stadium seating, no retractable armrests. 14 screens, though, means plenty of show times.
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