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fleapit

Informal a shabby cinema or theatre
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MJR Digital Cinemas, which is privately held and headquartered in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, operates 10 movie theater complexes with a total of 164 screens and a seating capacity of over 20,000, all located in Michigan.
"El Norte,"A the epic, widely acclaimed masterpiece about the dreams of immigrants fromA Central AmericaA and the promise of America, will return to movie theaters in select markets this September in a special one-day-only 35th anniversary presentation from Fathom Events and global content leader Lionsgate.
MRSGI has promised to complete the department store and supermarket with movie theater and leasable space that is expandable to a community mall within 18 to 24 months from turnover of the property.
'The implementation phase of the project shall be for a period of 30 years to be reckoned from the start of the commercial operations of the department store and supermarket with one movie theater and with leasable spaces,' it said.
The department store and supermarket (with one movie theater) with leasable spaces, expandable to a community mall, will be completed in 18 to 24 months from turn-over of the property.
Prior to renovation, the movie theater, now known as Capital 8, sat abandoned for 11 years, according to Bishop Eric Freeman, pastor and founder of The Meeting Place Church of Greater Columbia.
Miramar runs three movie theater complexes as well as hotels and shopping malls, but only the Dazhi theaters were affected by the decision.
Battalion Chief Rick Anderson said the department received a call from the Schaumburg movie theater about 1 p.m.
His corporation runs no theater inside Seoul, but it was chosen as the best social enterprise because "the head office is in the capital and most of the work is done there." Instead, Kim said he was looking into the possibility of opening a movie theater in Seoul for people with special needs.
States have begun licensing businesses outside the traditional food-and-beverage and sports industries to sell or serve alcohol--places like movie theaters, hair salons, spa resorts and art galleries.
The White House movie theater can now be visited during public tours.
Film studies scholar Davis reconstructs the now defunct repertory movie theater scene in New York City during its heyday in the final half of the 20th century.