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AMC Aventura 24

Movie theaters Aventura

Time Out says

As part of the dismal mini-city that is the Aventura Mall, this place is always busy—yes, even with its staggering multiplicity of screens. All but one of its 24 screens will probably be devoted to mainstream Hollywood hits, with one token indie flick to soak up the oddballs.

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Address: Aventura Mall
19501 Biscayne Boulevard
Aventura
Miami

Cross street: at NE 196th Street
Transport: Bus 3, 9, E, S
Price: Tickets $8–$11
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