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AMC Assembly Row 12

Movie theaters Somerville
AMC Assembly Row
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Carlos D. AMC Assembly Row

Time Out says

Newly built at the Assembly Row complex, this 12-theater AMC, like others in the national chain, shows first run movies, especially blockbusters, and offers them up with state of the art sound and visuals. The auditorium seats are comfy and the MacGuffins Bar serves beer and wine. There’s snack food on offer, such as flatbreads and hot dogs. With the plethora of places to eat and drink nearby, this cinema’s fast food and candy offerings are not the only choice for pleasure and sustenance, though.

By: Linda Laban

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Address: 395 Artisan Way
Somerville
02145
Cross street: Assembly Row
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