AMC Sunset Place 24

Movie theaters South Miami

South Miami’s multiplex caters to suburban families and University of Miami students with the latest Hollywood fare, concentrating on action films and child-friendly movies. Host mall Shops at Sunset Place is reasonably attractive, with a decent mix of post-show restaurants and cafés.

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Venue name: AMC Sunset Place 24
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Address: Shops at Sunset Place
5701 Sunset Drive
South Miami
Miami

Cross street: at US 1 & Red Road
Transport: Metrorail South Miami
Price: Tickets $6-$10
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