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AMC Renton Village 8

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25 South Grady Way
Renton, WA 98055
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I'm a bargain person! I go to this theatre because I like the prices, I love downtown but the prices are a joke, if you go to The Cinerama or Pacific Place wich are both nice new ...

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Good theater 11/24/2006

The renton village 8 is a good theater. It's a decent sized theater. They have stadium seating and the service people are nice for the most part. The theaters are kept clean. Their prices are pretty reasonable. The only downside of this theater, is that it is usually very busy. overall, it is a good theater. Pros: Stadium seating, good sound Cons: very busy more

Good prices! 6/16/2002

I'm a bargain person! I go to this theatre because I like the prices, I love downtown but the prices are a joke, if you go to The Cinerama or Pacific Place wich are both nice new theatres the prices are not cool! Both theatre matines are $7.00 & that doesnt include your parking. However all AMC theatres have the Twilight shows which is really cool its M-T before 6:00 & its $4.00 & AMC offers the Movie Watcher program & its actually a awesome club, not alot of theatres offer free stuff so I figure if your already paying might as well collect on the freebies to go. The Regal Crown Club is a real dissapointment for a movie club. So I say as long as I'm paying I would like to save money & not pay for parking & get free stuff so Renton Village is my choice Pros: Free parking, Movie watcher club, twilight shows more
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