Friday, July 20, 2012
AMC Framingham will show the new Batman movie but will not allow movie-goers to wear masks or carry fake weapons into the theater.
AMC Theatre Framingham will be showing The Dark Knight Rises tonight but has made changes to its security policy in regards to the film following an overnight shooting at a Colorado showing of the Batman film, in which 12 were killed and at least 50 injured. In a statement on the company's Facebook page, AMC said it is reinforcing its security in the wake of the tragedy. "AMC Theatres is deeply saddened by the Aurora tragedy. Movie going is part of our social fabric and this senseless act shakes us to our core. We’re reinforcing our security procedures with our theatre teams, which we cannot discuss in detail for obvious, safety reasons. Local law enforcement agencies, our landlords and their and our local security teams are stepping up …
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Framingham Co-operative Bank tonight, June 13 is hosting a showing of Madagascar 3 at 7 pm at AMC Theatre Framingham, and tickets are just $5 per person.
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
It's raining, so consider a night out at the movies with the kids. Framingham Co-operative Bank tonight, June 13 is hosting a showing of Madagascar 3 at 7 pm at AMC Theatre Framingham, and tickets are just $5 per person. Enjoy watching this tight knit group; Alex the Lion; Marty the Zebra; Gloria the Hippo and Melman the Giraffe as they travel with a circus in order to find their way back home to the Big Apple. During the course of a tour, through a series of European cities, the group rediscovers their passion for show business and reinvents circus performances. There is a limit of 4 tickets per household. Contact: Rachel Stewart 508.532.8326 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for this movie or visit the bank and speak to a …
Friday, July 15, 2011
3,500 Harry Potter fans united at AMC theatre in Framingham to enjoy the first showing of the last installment of a series, that defined so many childhoods.
Fans had packed into the movie hall as early as 9 p.m., dressed in their favorite Hogwarts student or magical creature. From Malfoy to mandrakes, AMC Theatre Framingham was Diagon Alley for the night. At the snack bar, one may have seen Luna Lovegood handing out candy, popcorn, and sodas, as theatre staff also had a strong case of Harry Potter fever. The theatre staff engaged fans in Harry Potter trivia games, giving out candy and posters to winners. In the meantime, everyone was jogging their memory to remember every minute detail about the series because, as the posters said, it all ends here. Seven years of Harry Potter’s life and over a decade of the devotion of millions of fans. On this night, there were no Ben’s from Natick or Jodie’…
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
AMC Premium Cinema and Grille Restaurant in Framingham "offers a unique experience for those who love good food, good drink and good movies, without the distractions of a normal night out."
Each week, we'll tell you about one great idea to give you a much deserved break from the stress of the work-week and your everyday lives. This week, make plans for dinner and a movie, without the kids. AMC's Premium Cinema and Grille Restaurant in Framingham, according to its Web site offers a "full service restaurant and bar offer a variety of sumptuous entrees, sandwiches, and salads including a fully stocked bar complete with a generous wine list." After dinner, you can move to a "screening room where you will enjoy a first run movie in the luxurious comfort of our high back ultra-leather seats. Open only to guests 21 years of age and older, the Premium Cinema and Grille Restaurant offers a unique experience for those who love good …