Amc Movie Theaters New Jersey

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    What is the best movie theatre in central New Jersey?
    I am looking for the best movie theatre in central New Jersey. One that is clean and has really comfortable seating. Does anyone have any suggestions?

    • ANSWER:
      I live in Jersey! The best one I go to is the AMC theaters in Clifton Commons, in Clifton NJ.

  2. QUESTION:
    Are online job applications a waste of time?
    I have invested a lot of my time into this. I have applied for Best Buy, Sports Authority, AMC Movie Theaters, Toys R US, Taco Bell, Sears, Auto Zone, Home Depot, Macy's, Pizza Hut, Petco, Jersey Mike's, Starbucks, Boston Market, TGI Friday's, and I believe that's it or there's more lol. But not once have I got a phone call or got an email. I mean who looks at the online applications when you sent them.

    • ANSWER:
      Not really

  3. QUESTION:
    Are online job Applications a waste of time?
    I have invested a lot of my time into this. I have applied for Best Buy, Sports Authority, AMC Movie Theaters, Toys R US, Taco Bell, Sears, Auto Zone, Home Depot, Macy's, Pizza Hut, Petco, Jersey Mike's, Starbucks, Boston Market, TGI Friday's, and I believe that's it or there's more lol. But not once have I got a phone call or got an email.

    • ANSWER:
      I would never wait upon them. I would call them instead.

      My next door neighbor was looking for work for 2 years and probably had about 30 people say they would call her back. And they NEVER did...which is really pretty sorry.

      I would call every one of the ones you just mentioned. Tell them your situation and tell them you never heard anything. What is it you are looking for?

  4. QUESTION:
    How many movie theaters are in the united states?
    I was wondering this, and i could not find really any reliable answers but i saw there was about 18,000 movie theaters in the us. Btw what movie came out in the most movie theaters ever?
    For the guy below me, I only got barely 2,000 movie theaters. I think the dark knight was in the most movie theaters ever, at about 4,000 theaters, but i found a website say 18,000 which is possible.

    • ANSWER:
      You are correct about The Dark Knight being the widest release. That is partly due to more theaters being open today than 10 years ago. 18,000 is still a high figure. If The Dark Knight was in 4366 theaters at one time then it would make sense that the total number of theaters in the US would not be 18,000. That would mean less than 25% of theaters carried that film and you know that is false.

      AMC Theatres
      Loews Theaters - Acquired in 2006.
      B&B Theatres - Family owned and operated chain in Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma. Bow Tie Cinemas - 128 Screens in 16 locations in Connecticut, New York, Maryland and Colorado. Opening Richmond, VA theater in early 2009.
      Caribbean Cinemas - The largest movie chain located in the US insular territory of Puerto Rico.
      Carmike Cinemas - 262 theaters, 2,341 screens as of August 8, 2008 - North America's fourth-largest movie theater company.
      Celebration! Cinema - Grand Rapids, Michigan 135 screens as of March 30, 2007. Owns Studio 28, North America's first 20 screen megaplex.
      Center Cinemas Inc. - 3 theaters, 15 screens as of September 24, 2007. - Family owned and operated chain in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
      Cinemark Theatres - 289 theaters, 3,687 screens as of August 8, 2008 - North America's third-largest movie theater company.
      Cinemark Theatres
      Century Theatres - Acquired in 2006.
      CinemaStar Luxury Theaters South California and Northwestern Mexico, Oceanside, CA based.
      Cinemagic Theatres - 8 theaters in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin.
      Cinemagic Stadium Theaters - 5 Stadium theaters throughout Saco and Westbrook, Maine; Hooksett, New Hampshire; and Merrimack and Salisbury, Mass.
      Cinemawest Theaters - 13 Theaters in Northern California, Most with Digital Projection. Classic Cinemas - 12 theaters with 88 screens in Illinois.
      Clearview Cinemas - 54 movie theatres with 266 screens in the New York metropolitan area. Clearview Cinemas operates theatres in New Jersey, Manhattan, Westchester, Rockland County, Long Island and Pennsylvania.
      Cobb Theatres - Birmingham, Alabama-based chain that re-entered the theater business in 2000. Has 11 locations with 166 screens as of September 2007. Currently operating in Alabama and Florida, one new location is under construction with 16 additional screens in Georgia.
      Coming Attractions - As of July 2005, 13 locations in California, Oregon, and Washington state.
      Dickinson Theatres - Overland Park, Kansas based chain. 337 screens spread over 36 locations in 10 central and lower midwest states, including Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and others.
      Douglas Theatre Company - 1 screen in Omaha, Nebraska. It was the 38th largest movie theater chain in the North America before they sold out to Marcus Theatres in 2008.
      Drexel Theatres Group — 2 theatres: 1 active theatre in Bexley, OH and Drexel Grandview, which closed recently. According to an article in The Other Paper, the company's owner wants to reopen this location.
      Edwards Cinemas
      Entertainment Cinemas - 9 locations in New England: 5 in Massachusetts, 2 in New Hampshire, and 1 each in Rhode Island and Connecticut
      Elvis Cinemas - 2 Locations, 14 Screens - Discount chain in Denver, Colorado area.
      Emagine Theatres - 3 Locations, 45 Screens - First chain to deploy digital projection on all screens, first theater to have mobile bar-coded tickets through Mobile Box Office.
      Fairchild Cinemas - A movie chain based in Moses Lake, Washington. Currently, there is one 10-screen theater in Moses Lake, as well as a 12-screen theater built in Pasco, Washington and opened in April of 2007. The chain features self-service concessions.
      Film Streams - A nonprofit arts organization opening a two-screen cinema in downtown Omaha in summer 2007. Devoted to the presentation and discussion of film as an art form.
      FunAsiA Theaters - Operates the largest Bollywood Theater Chain (www.funasia.net) in USA and is part of Pyramid Saimira Group (www.pstl.in).
      Galaxy Theaters - Currently 9 theaters with 84 screens in California, Nevada, Texas and Washington. Completely converted to digital projection (DLP)
      Goodrich Quality Theaters - 31 theaters with 268 screens in the Midwest.
      Harkins Theatres - Arizona's largest movie theater chain with over 14 theaters and expansion into Oklahoma, California, Colorado and Texas.
      Hollywood Theaters - 55 theaters, 536 screens as of August 8, 2008 North America's ninth-largest movie theater company. Formerly known as Wallace Theaters.
      Keim Theatres - 2 theaters with 4 screens locally owned in Jamestown, North Dakota.
      Kerasotes Theatres - 100 theaters, 941 screens as of August 8, 2008 - North America's seventh-largest movie theater company. - Located in Midwestern and upper Midwestern regions of the United States, including Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Ohio, Missouri and Minnesota.
      Krikorian Premier Theaters in the Greater Los Angeles Area
      Landmark Theatres - 58 theaters, 209 screens.
      Malco Theatres - 32 theaters, 326 screens based in Memphis, TN, with locations in Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri and Kentucky. Founded in 1915. Also operates a four screen drive-in in Memphis.
      Mann Theatres - 20 theaters, 122 screens in Southern California.
      Marcus Theatres - 57 theaters, 766 screens as of August 8, 2008. Located in Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Iowa, and Ohio. - It is North America's eighth-largest movie theater company.
      Marquee Cinemas - A fairly small movie theater chain, operated out of Beckley, West Virginia.
      Maya Cinemas - Currently 1 theatre operating in Salinas, CA.
      Megaplex Theaters - 5 theaters, 70 screens along Wasatch Front in Utah, owned by local entrepreneur Lary H. Miller.
      MJR Theatres - An eight multiplex theater chain in the Detroit Metropolitan Area.
      Muvico Theaters - United States chain based in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
      NAOS Entertainment - Start-up Alabama chain with 1 theater, 8 screens as of September 10, 2007. - Three additional multiplexes under development. Based in Greenville, Alabama.
      National Amusements - 83 theaters, 1,047 screens as of August 8, 2008. - North America's sixth-largest movie theater company.
      Cinema De Lux
      The Bridge: Cinema De Lux
      Multiplex Cinemas
      Showcase Cinemas
      Orson Welles Cinema
      Pacific Theatres - 166 screens in 13 theaters surrounding parts of Los Angeles, California.
      ArcLight Hollywood - a 14 screen multiplex that opened in 2002.
      ArcLight Sherman Oaks - formerly Galleria Stadium 16, was transformed to an ArcLight Cinema that opened in 2007.
      Phoenix Theatres - Based in Knoxville, Tennessee, is a six year old theater operating company formed by Phil Zacheretti, former executive with Regal Cinemas, Inc. They have 11 theaters nation-wide.
      Premiere Cinemas - Based in Texas where most of its theaters reside. Also located in Gadsden, Alabama, and Orlando, Florida. Locations under construction in Birmingham and Mobile, Alabama.
      Rave Motion Pictures - 28 theaters with 445 screens as of August 8, 2008 - North America's tenth-largest movie theater company. Based in Dallas, Texas, Rave operates theaters in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Texas.
      Reading Cinemas - 286 screens in 44 theatres in Australia, New Zealand, and United States. They are associated with Reading International INC.
      Recently purchased 15 theatres from Pacific Theatres Exhibition Corp and were apart of Reading Entertainment February 2008.
      Consolidated Theatres - Acquired through the February 2008 purchase of Pacific Theatres, operates in Hawaii with 98 screens in 9 theatres
      Angelika Film Center - Features independent films in theatres across New York and Texas.
      Reel Theatres - Chain of theaters with locations in Idaho, Oregon, and Utah.
      Regal Entertainment Group - 6,388 screens in 527 theatres in 39 states and the District of Columbia as of August 8, 2008 - North America's largest movie theater company.
      Regal Cinemas - One of the three chains part of the 2002 consolidation.
      Sawmill Theaters - Six Screen multiplex located in Payson, Arizona.
      United Artists Theatres - One of the three chains part of the 2002 consolidation.
      Edwards Theatres - One of the three chains part of the 2002 consolidation.
      Hoyts Cinemas - US locations were acquired in 2003 and rebranded as Regal Cinemas. (Hoyts still exists as an independent entity in Australia and New Zealand)
      Eastern Federal Theatres - Acquired in 2005 and rebranded as Regal Cinemas.
      Consolidated Theatres - Acquired in 2008 for 0 million in cash and rebranded as Regal Cinemas.
      Rogers Cinemas - 10 theaters, 48 screens in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.
      Santikos Theatres - Owned by entrepreneur John Santikos, it is based in San Antonio, with 8 total theaters, including two restaurant cinemas, an original drive-in theater, an arthouse theater, a unique Digital 3-D and Digital Projection theater, and a brand new 18-screen megaplex with two IMAX screens. Two new theaters will premiere in 2007, including one in Houston.
      Sawmill Theatres - An independent six screen stadium seating multiplex located in Payson, Arizona.
      Southern Theatres - 18 theaters, 241 screens. Located in Southeastern United States, created through a merger of Grand Theaters of New Orleans, Louisiana and AmStar Cinemas of Birmingham, Alabama. Based in New Orleans the chain has locations in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas.
      Speakeasy Theaters - An independent movie theater that serves beer, wine and food at their snackbar. Locations in Oakland, CA and in El Cerrito, CA..
      Star Cinema - Small premium chain with 97 screens in Wisconsin and Iowa.
      Starplex Cinemas - Currently operates 23 theaters and 216 screens across the United States.
      Trademark Cinemas - Operates 6 theaters and 43 screens that are scattered across the eastern U.S. i

  5. QUESTION:
    Does the AMC Dinning theater check ID?
    I want to go see Movie 43 with my mom on Friday but i am only 18 and they are only showing it in the 21+ theater. The theater is in Menlo Park, New Jersey. Does anyone know if they are strict with the ID checking? What if i get the tickets from Fandango and just walk in with my mom? Would we avoid the ID request?

    • ANSWER:
      Most theater's which are 21+ do strictly check ID because they are serving or have potential of serving alcoholic beverages. Sneaking in isn't an option because the usually check the ID before you go to the ticket taker.

  6. QUESTION:
    Question about rated r movies ?
    I'm 16 and my boyfriend is 17 ... We live in south jersey and probably are going to go to a regal or AMC movie theater .. Will he be able to get me & him in ? Or will he only be able to get himself in ?

    • ANSWER:

  7. QUESTION:
    Twilight Eclipse Stars comes to a theater near youi?
    ok so they said that they wont say which theaters nor which stars will be going but they only gave out locations but they never said the time the stars will arrive this weekend so how can i find out? especially in new jersey

    • ANSWER:
      This weekend, the stars of the film will be visiting theaters across the country to surprise fans and watch the movie with them. Cities, theaters and showtimes are listed below. Happy 4th of July!

      JULY 2

      CHICAGO
      AMC River East - 7:10 & 7:45pm
      Regal City North - 8:45 & 9:15pm

      KANSAS CITY
      AMC Barrywoods - 5:00, 5:30 & 6:00pm
      AMC Studio - 7:30, 8:00 & 8:30pm

      LAS VEGAS
      Cinemark Suncoast - 7:35pm
      RAVE Town Square - 8:30pm
      Regal Red Rock - 7:00pm

      LOS ANGELES
      AMC Century City - 4:40 & 5:20pm
      The Landmark Theater - 7:15pm

      MINNEAPOLIS
      AMC Rosedale - 8:50pm
      AMC Southdale - 8:00pm
      Kerasotes St. Louis Park - 7:00pm

      NASHVILLE
      Carmike Thoroughbred - 9:30pm
      Regal GreenHills - 7:30pm
      Regal Hollywood - 8:30pm

      ORANGE COUNTY, CA
      AMC Block - 7:00, 7:30 & 8:00pm
      Regal Irvine Spectrum - 5:00, 5:30 & 6:00pm

      VANCOUVER
      Scotiabank Vancouver - 6:30 & 7:00pm

      WASHINGTON DC / NORTHERN VIRGINIA
      AMC Tyson Corner - 7:00pm
      RAVE Fairfax Corner - 8:30pm

      JULY 3

      ATLANTA
      AMC Discover Mills - 7:40pm
      Regal Atlantic Station - 8:30pm
      Regal Mall of Georgia - 7:00pm

      CLEVELAND
      Cinemark Valley View - early afternoon
      Regal Crocker Park - early afternoon

      CLIFTON, NJ
      AMC Clifton Commons - 7:40pm

      DALLAS
      AMC North Park - 6:00pm
      Cinemark Webb Chappell - 4:00 & 4:30pm

      DETROIT
      MJR Marketplace - 7:00, 7:30 & 8:00pm
      Uptown Palladium - 9:00pm

      KONA, HI
      Wallace Makalapua - evening

      LONG ISLAND, NY
      AMC Roosevelt Field - 7:10pm
      National Amusement Hicksville - 6:30pm
      Regal Westbury - 8:00pm

      NEW ORLEANS
      AMC Clearview Palace - 8:25pm
      AMC Elmwood - 6:15, 6:45 & 7:15pm

      MANHATTAN, NY
      AMC Empire - 7:30pm
      AMC Loews Lincoln Square - 7:00pm
      Regal Union Square - 8:00pm

      PARAMUS, NJ
      AMC Garden State - 8:45pm

      PHOENIX
      Harkins Tempe Marketplace - 7 & 7:30pm
      SanTan Village - 5:20 & 5:50pm
      Superstition Springs - 8:00pm

      SAN FRANCISCO
      AMC Metrion - 2:00 and 2:30pm
      Cinemark Daly City - 3:00pm

      JULY 4

      JACKSONVILLE
      AMC Orange Park - 3:00 & 3:30pm
      Regal Avenues - 4:05 & 4:35pm

      TORONTO
      Cineplex Scotiabank Theatre - 6:00, 6:30 & 7:00pm

  8. QUESTION:
    I have a first date with a girl at the movies tomorrow, but I have no car and no license, what do I do?
    I'm 20 years old, and I have a first date with a girl at the movie theaters tomorrow night. We met on Wednesday at college and had a conversation while she was waiting for a ride back home and so was I, and once her ride was there, she asked me for my phone number and left. I figured that she could of found out by then that I don't have a drivers license. We live about 15 miles away from each other, and the AMC that is here is closer to me then to her, but she wants to go there. I don't have a car or a license yet and I live in New Jersey. This girl is very polite though, friendly, talkative, and free-spirited but I know she wouldn't intimidate me with the "license" question since I know she probably doesn't have her license or a car either.

    However, I know the "license" questioning can still happen and then all of a sudden she could lose interest. She's working at a Mall store tomorrow until 6:00 PM, and the Mall is only about a few miles away from the AMC movie theater that we're going to, but her father is picking her up and bringing her back home for some apparent reason. Her father wants to meet me at their house before we go to the movie theater and possibly out to Dinner together at the nearby casual restaurant. What should I do if I don't have a car or a license? Most of my friends can't go and neither can my brother, so that's not a choice. Should I take the taxi to her house, admit to her and her father that I don't have a drivers license, and have the taxi drive us to the AMC? Should I insist that why doesn't her father drop her off at AMC and then he could meet me there (NOTE: the plans were already pretty much set-up)? OR should I have my mother or father drive me to her house, pick her up and bring us to the movie theater? Are there any other words of advice that I should know about? Thank you very much, and the best answer will receive ten points.

    • ANSWER:
      Be honest with her that you don't have a license, so you will have to get a ride to her house and to the theater. You should start preparing reasons as to why you don't have your license yet because her dad will ask why. If it's a medical reason (anxiety, seizures, ect), say so. If it's a legal reason (you messed up), be honest and say that you made some mistakes but that you're trying to move forward with your life and learn from your mistakes. If it's just you procrastinating, then you'll be in trouble. There's not really an answer that can make this look good.

      Just be aware that being 20 years old without a license doesn't look good, especially for a guy. I highly recommend that you start working on getting a license unless you are physically or legally unable to do so. If you're just procrastinating and don't want to get one then it'll not only likely turn her off but also turn her father off. Why? Because they're going to assume that if you aren't willing to take charge of your life to become self-supportive even in this manner, she shouldn't be dating you.

  9. QUESTION:
    does amc 16 have bed bugs?
    So i want to go to the movie theaters here in New Jersey, Roxbury does anyone know if it has bed bugs?

    • ANSWER:
      If there is, AMC will shut the theater down and kill the pests before reopening to the public.

  10. QUESTION:
    wat time does matinee start??
    wat time does it start in AMC theaters in Hew Jersey....I'm going to the one in Garden State Plaza

    • ANSWER:
      i assume around noonish, enjoy your movie:)

  11. QUESTION:
    When the frick is fan boyz coming out?!?
    When the hell is this movie coming out they made it like 6 years ago and it has been "coming soon" for like 4 years!?! What the hell?????

    • ANSWER:
      the movie did come out Feb 6 in limited theaters

      They expanded to more theaters Feb 20 and the list is on their blog on myspace but here is what was there:

      FANBOYS - February 20th expansion DETAILS!!!
      Category: Movies, TV, Celebrities
      On Friday, February 20th FANBOYS (featuring Kristen Bell, Seth Rogen and William Shatner) expands into 10 more cities / regions including.... Boston, Washington DC, Detroit, Atlanta, Phoenix, Orlando, Daytona Beach FL, Hartford CT, New Haven CT, Raleigh-Durham NC, and Columbus OH.

      fanboys-themovie. com

      Note: FANBOYS will continue to play in Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle-Tacoma, Houston, and Austin. However, if you live in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, or San Francisco and wish to see FANBOYS on the big screen, please do so by Thursday Feb 19th as it will be your last chance.

      Below is a list of theater locations for the weekend of February 20th:

      Los Angeles
      1 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Block 30 @ Orange Orange
      2 WF Holdings (Mann LA) Mann Chinese 6 Hollywood
      3 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. AMC Town Center 8 Burbank

      Chicago
      4 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. South Barrington 30 South Barrington

      Boston (New Market)
      5 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Liberty Tree Mall 20 Danvers
      6 Landmark Theaters Kendall Square Cinema 9 Cambridge

      Washington, DC (New Market)
      7 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Hoffman Center 22 Alexandria
      8 Phoenix Adlabs Union Station 9 Washington
      9 Regal Entertainment Group Countryside 20 Sterling

      Detroit (New Market)
      10 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Forum 30 - Sterling Hts Sterling Heights
      11 Centurion Uptown Birmingham 8 Birmingham

      Atlanta (New Market)
      12 Paulson Theatre Services Plaza Theatre Atlanta
      13 Regal Entertainment Group North Point Market 8 Alpharetta

      Houston
      14 City Cinemas Angelika Film Center Houston

      Seattle-Tacoma
      15 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Pacific Place 11 Seattle
      16 Regal Entertainment Group Alderwood 7 Theatres Lynwood
      17 Regal Entertainment Group Parkway Plaza 12 Tukwila

      Phoenix (New Market)
      18 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Westgate 20 Theatres Glendale
      19 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Deer Valley 30 + Imax Phoenix
      20 Harkins Theatres Harkins Chandler Fashion Center 20 Chandler
      21 Harkins Theatres Superstition Springs 25 Mesa
      22 Harkins Theatres Arizona Mills 24 Theatre Tempe

      Denver (New Market)
      23 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Westminster Promenade 24 Westminster
      24 Kerasotes Theatres Colony Square 12 Louisville
      25 Regal Entertainment Group Denver West Village 12 Golden

      Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbrn (New Market)
      26 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Universal Cineplex 20 Orlando
      27 Regal Entertainment Group Pointe 21 Theaters Orlando
      28 Regal Entertainment Group Oviedo Marketplace 22 Oviedo

      Hartford & New Haven (New Market)
      29 Bow Tie Cinemas Criterion New Haven 7 New Haven

      Raleigh-Durham (New Market)
      30 Cinema Service Company Raleigh Grand Raleigh
      31 Independent Theaters - US Galaxy Theatre - Cary Cary
      32 Regal Entertainment Group Crossroads 20 Cary

      Columbus, OH (New Market)
      33 American Multi-Cinema, Inc. Lennox 24 Columbus ***
      34 Marcus Theatres Pickerington Pickerington

      Austin
      35 Cinema Service Company Alamo South Lamar Austin

  12. QUESTION:
    anybody in new jersey?
    do you know the name of the movie theater thats next to the willowbrook mall in wayne?

    • ANSWER:
      it's

      AMC Loews Wayne 8

      you can look on google maps

  13. QUESTION:
    what are the 100 biggest malls in america?

    • ANSWER:
      the top 26 are1 Mall of America Bloomington, Minnesota 2,779,242 square feet (258,200.0 m2)[2]
      523 Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Sears, Nickelodeon Universe, movie theater, Underwater Adventures Aquarium 1992
      2 King of Prussia Mall King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 2,793,200 square feet (259,500 m2)[3]
      400 J.C. Penney, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, Sears, Lord & Taylor, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom 1963
      3 South Coast Plaza Costa Mesa, California 2,700,000 square feet (251,000 m2)[4]
      280 Macy's, Macy's Mens store, Macy's Home & Furniture Store, Sears, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's 1967
      4 Millcreek Mall Erie, Pennsylvania 2,600,000 square feet (242,000 m2)[5]
      241 Sears, J.C. Penney, Macy's, Bon-Ton, Burlington Coat Factory 1974
      5 Aventura Mall Aventura, Florida 2,400,000 square feet (223,000 m2)[6]
      275 Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Macy's Women's Store, Macy's Men's, Macy's Home & Furniture Store, Sears, J.C. Penney 1983
      6 Sawgrass Mills Sunrise, Florida 2,383,906 square feet (221,472.1 m2)[7]
      350 Super Target, J.C. Penney Outlet, Burlington Coat Factory, Regal Cinemas, Marshalls, Nordstrom Rack, Nieman Marcus Last Call, Off Saks Fifth Avenue 1990
      7 The Galleria Houston, Texas 2,298,420 square feet (213,530 m2)[8]
      375 Nordstrom, Macy's (2), Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue 1970
      8 Roosevelt Field Garden City, New York 2,244,581 square feet (208,528.4 m2)[9]
      294 Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, J.C. Penney, Nordstrom, Dick's Sporting Goods 1956
      9 Woodfield Mall Schaumburg, Illinois 2,224,000 square feet (206,600 m2)[10]
      300 Sears, J.C. Penney, Macy's, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor 1971
      10 Palisades Center West Nyack, New York 2,217,322 square feet (205,996.0 m2)[11]
      400 Target, AMC Theaters, J.C. Penney, Lord & Taylor, Barnes & Noble, Macy's, Home Depot, BJ's Wholesale Club 1998
      11 Tysons Corner Center McLean, Virginia 2,200,000 square feet (204,000 m2)[12]
      300 Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, AMC Theaters 1968
      12 Plaza Las Américas San Juan, Puerto Rico 2,173,000 square feet (201,900 m2)[13]
      300+ Macy's, Sears, J.C. Penney, Borders, Old Navy, Caribbean Cinemas, K-Mart, Toys R'Us 1968
      13 Westfield Garden State Plaza Paramus, New Jersey 2,132,112 square feet (198,079.7 m2)[14]
      346 Macy’s, Nordstrom, J.C. Penney, Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor, AMC Theaters 1957
      14 Del Amo Fashion Center Torrance, California 2,100,000 square feet (195,000 m2)[15]
      300 Macy's, Sears, J.C. Penney, Marshalls, T.J. Maxx, Burlington Coat Factory, AMC Theaters 1975
      15 Ala Moana Shopping Center Honolulu, Hawaii 2,100,000 square feet (195,000 m2)[16] 290 Macy’s, Sears, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Shirokiya 1959
      16 Lakewood Center Lakewood, California 2,092,710 square feet (194,419 m2)[17]
      255 Macy's, Target, Forever 21 mega store, J.C. Penney, Movie Theater, Costco 1951
      17 Scottsdale Fashion Square Scottsdale, Arizona 2,049,169 square feet (190,374.0 m2)[18]
      250+ Macy’s, Dillard's (largest Dillard's in southwest United States), Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York (2009) 1961
      18 Green Acres Mall Valley Stream, New York 2,025,794 square feet (188,202.4 m2)[19] 230+ Macy's, Macy's Men & Furniture Gallery, J.C. Penney, Old Navy, Sears 1956
      19 Oakbrook Center Oak Brook, Illinois 2,018,000 square feet (187,500 m2)[20]
      175 Macy’s, Sears, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor, Bloomingdale's Home 1962
      20 NorthPark Center Dallas, Texas 2,000,000 square feet (190,000 m2)[21][22]
      235 Dillard’s, Macy's, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, AMC Theaters 1965
      21 Pittsburgh Mills Tarentum, Pennsylvania 2,000,000 square feet (190,000 m2) 180 Borders Books & Music, ITT Technical Institute, J.C. Penney, Cinemark Theaters, Dick's Sporting Goods, H&M, Macy's, Sears Grand 2005
      22 Jordan Creek Town Center West Des Moines, Iowa 2,000,000 square feet (190,000 m2)[23]
      160 Younkers, Dillard's, Scheels All Sports, Century Theaters 2004
      23 Natick Collection Natick, Massachusetts 1,900,000 square feet (177,000 m2) 275+ American Girl, Crate & Barrel, J.C. Penney, Lord & Taylor, Macys, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Sears 1994, 2007, 2009
      24 Riverchase Galleria Hoover, Alabama 1,900,000 square feet (177,000 m2) 200+ Belk, Belk Home & Children, J.C. Penney, Macy's, Sears, Wynfrey Hotel 1986
      25 Oak Park Mall Overland Park, Kansas 1,786,000 square feet (165,900 m2) 200 Nordstrom, J.C. Penney, Macy's, Dillard's North ,Dillards South, Barnes & Noble, American girl 1976
      26 Mall of Georgia Buford, Georgia 1,786,000 square feet (165,900 m2) 225 Nordstrom, Belk, JCPenney, Macy's, Dillard's, Borders, 1999

  14. QUESTION:
    What's going on?????
    Why is Cloverfeild making people sick??? whats wrong with that movie??

    • ANSWER:
      Some people are getting motion sickness from watching the motion of the handheld cam viewpoint of the movie.
      Motion sickness or kinetosis is a condition in which a disagreement exists between visually perceived movement and the vestibular system's sense of movement. Depending on the cause it can also be referred to as seasickness, carsickness, simulation sickness, airsickness, or space sickness.
      ============================

      In Cloverfield, a giant monster attacks Manhattan. The problem -- at least for those prone to motion sickness -- is that it's all filmed through a very jerky handheld camera.

      This had led to reports of nausea and vomiting in theaters across the country. One theater chain has even taken pre-emptive action. AMC Theaters has placed caution signs in hundreds of its theaters around the country warning about possible motion sickness, according to the Los Angeles Times.

      "I saw it this weekend and was so sick to my stomach that I had to leave the theater," says Sara Butler, a WebMD programming manager. "I have a friend who's an EMT in New Jersey, and she was called to several theaters this weekend to deal with people who were sick."

      While motion sickness is usually caused by plane, boat, or car movement, bumpy camerawork could definitely do it, too.


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