AMC Magic Johnson Harlem Theater

Movie theaters, Multiplex Harlem
  • 3 out of 5 stars
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Venue name: AMC Magic Johnson Harlem Theater
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Address: 124th St
New York

Cross street: at Frederick Douglass Blvd (Eighth Ave)
Transport: Subway: A, C, B, D to 125th St
Price: $10.50, seniors and children $7.50
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Steven & Saundra Bailey

The Magic Johnson theater (125th St.) is not a good place. Usually one cashier on duty, bathrooms not clean, refreshment counter environs not cleaned, popcorn cold, up or down escalators not functioning. The theater is not cleaned after the movie ends. Employees on cell phones. In the future we will be going down to 86th St. Magic Johnson theater is not magic for us. One star rating

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