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This 24-screen theater is located in downtown Phoenix just off of East Van Buren Street. Amenities include digital projectors, stadium seating, theatre rentals, closed captioning, assisted listening devices, descriptive video, wheelchair access and hot food to order. This theater also offers Bring Your Baby and Sensory Friendly Films for families with young children and autistic members respectively.

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