AMC Houston 8
61 locals recommend ·
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Extremely comfortable, classy, and surprisingly inexpensive movie theater downtown.
Closest movie theater to the loft, only a 6 minute drive and in the downtown area.
Modern spot for new releases with reserved seating as well as cocktails, craft beer & unique eats.
This is the best movie theater in my opinion. You get to reserve your own seats and it's never crowded. They also offer more your standard concessions.
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