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Brenden Las Vegas 14

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West of the Strip

Countless consumer awards and regular high- profile premières pay tribute to the Brenden Palms' central role in the Vegas moviegoing experience. With the exception of June's CineVegas Film Festival, blockbusters dominate, with one major feature usually configured for the sole IMAX screen.

Venue name: Brenden Las Vegas 14
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Address: Palms
Palms
4321 W Flamingo Road
Las Vegas

Cross street: at S Valley View Boulevard
Transport: Bus 201
Price: Admission Regular screens $9.75; $6.25-$8.75 reductions; $7.25 before 6pm. IMAX $11.50; $8.50 reductions, and before 6pm.
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