AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24

Movie theaters, Multiplex Colwick
4 out of 5 stars
amc loews cherry hill 24
Photograph: Courtesy AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24

Sometimes you have to accede to convention and go see something big and brassy on a large screen, maybe a summer tentpole, a disaster flick or something involving Michael Bay? For those times, it’s good to have a theater like this 24-screen megalith, easily accessed off of Route 38 across the Ben Franklin Bridge in the sultry burbs of New Jersey. As these multiplexes go, this is well put together, with comfortable stadium seats, decent sound and projection and one of the area’s true IMAX screens.

By: Piers Marchant

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Venue name: AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24
Contact:
Address: 2121 Route 38
Camden
08002
Price: $11.19, seniors $9.69, students $8.19
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