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AMC Creve Coeur 12

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10465 Olive Blvd.
Saint Louis, MO 63141
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I went in for a movie and came out totally amazed. The sound and seating greatly enhanced our viewing and my family and I have made it a point to go back to Creve Coeur for our f...

Worst

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More than I expected! 1/30/2004

I went in for a movie and came out totally amazed. The sound and seating greatly enhanced our viewing and my family and I have made it a point to go back to Creve Coeur for our first view of the newest movies out there! Pros: Good parking, Nearby Restaurants more

Which theater on Olive??? 7/19/2002

Creve Coeur 12 is a great place to go to unwind and enjoy yourself for a movie. It's my #1 place to go when in search for a movie, followed by Esquire, West Olive, and Ronnie 20. The location is great right off of Lindbergh and Olive. I'm always impressed everytime I go in. The staff are friendly and the big plus is being able to use your credit and debit cards at the concession stands to pay for food. The bathrooms are spacious and the theaters are nothing short of an A+. Seating consists of love seats so you have the option to cuddle with a love one and its theater seating which means the seats are at an angle that nobody has to look over somebody else head. Also a safe place to me personally and 2 floor parking along the side of the theater. Pros: atmosphere great!!, they take d.c &c.c at, the concession stands Cons: Traffic around theate more

only the best 5/31/2002

new theater, all modern conveniences. comfortable. most important-good crowds who watch the movie instead of talking (to each other or my favorite-to the screen). Pros: good parking, great restaurants, quiet moviegoers more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    In 1920, Edward Durwood opened a single-screen picture house in Kansas City, Mo. Over the next 40 years, his company went on to pioneer the use of four- and six-screen theaters....

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    Saint Louis

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