AMC Loews Boston Common

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AMC Loews Boston Common
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The mothership of Boston-area multiplexes, its convenient location and wide range of options make the AMC Loews a winner. Summer blockbusters, Oscar favorites, pre-screeners, opening events, AMC independents, IMAX and RealD 3D—you’ll find it here.

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Venue name: AMC Loews Boston Common
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Address: 175 Tremont Street
Boston

Cross street: at Boylston Street
Opening hours: 10.30am-12.30am daily
Transport: Green line to Park Street or Boylston or Orange line to Chinatown
Price: Tickets $12.50-$18.50
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