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Title
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Official Discussion: Phantom Thread [SPOILERS]
76
Official Discussion: Call Me By Your Name [SPOILERS]
24411
Super Troopers 2 - Trailer
4977
'John Wick 3' To Be Directed by Chad Stahelski ('John Wick, 'John Wick 2')
26107
‘The Shape of Water’ is very similar to this 2015 student short film from the Netherlands ‘The Space Between Us’. Both main characters are cleaning ladies who work in a research facility. They both fall for a fish man. Even the production design and some of the story beats are alike.
1801
Tomb Raider | Official Trailer #2
896
Star Wars: Joseph Gordon-Levitt wrote a 2,000 word essay defending The Last Jedi
421
‘Paddington 2’ Becomes Rotten Tomatoes’ Best-Reviewed Movie of All-Time
232
"Taxi Driver for a new century" - New poster for Joaquin Phoenix's You Were Never Really Here
430
Samuel L. Jackson on Nick Fury, Mace Windu, and the power of a great wig
329
Official Discussion - Star Wars: The Last Jedi [SPOILERS] (Thread Vol. 2)
82
Sean Connery Turned Down 'Indiana Jones 4' Because the Role Was Too Small
2678
Laurence Fishburne, Common, and Ruby Rose Returning for 'John Wick 3'
30945
First Photo of Zac Efron as Ted Bundy in ‘Extremely Wicked’
81
ICHI THE KILLER: DEFINITIVE REMASTERED EDITION (2018) Official Trailer
126
SAG Life Achievement Honoree Morgan Freeman Proves Life Can Begin at 50
54
‘Men In Black’ Untitled Spinoff Moves to June 14th 2019
57
Casper Van Dien AMA on /r/movies tomorrow: Friday, January 19 at 11 AM PST
404
Cloverfield - 10 years on...
106
A few new details of Tarantino's Untitled #9 from a recent Deadline article
19
Of all the movies I saw this year, Blade Runner 2049 is the one movie I wish I could go back to the theater for.
129
'Call Me by Your Name' Is a Love Letter to Missed Opportunity
218
What is your petty nit-pick about a movie that was generally positively received?
203
The Making of "The Shape of Water" - VFX Breakdown
14
Machine Gun Kelly to Play Tommy Lee in Netflix's Motley Crue Biopic 'The Dirt'
45
How Brawl in Cell Block 99’s director ‘made it happen on the set’
8
‘Toy Story 4’ To Be Written By Stephany Folsom
31
Sátántangó to Receive a 4K Restoration and Re-Release From Arbelos Films
1685
Movie Theater Attendance Hits 24-Year Low, Ticket Prices Rise Nearly 4 Percent
15
Mark Wahlberg Denies Steroid Ring Involvement (Exclusive)
1694
"Very very very rare!" Stallone unveils FIRST POSTER ever made for ROCKY.
27
Den of Thieves is 140 minutes long?! That's crazy talk for a January flick starring Gerard Butler.
4380
Jump Scare Scenes Without Jump Scare Sound Effects
170
The original 'Silent Hill' contains a recreation of the school from 'Kindergarten Cop'
19832
The Silence of the Lambs (1991) Art By Blake Armstrong
63
Most intense scenes in films?
82
Master of giallo Dario Argento looks back on his horror masterpiece at 40 in this celebratory video interview by Leigh Singer.
5
Colin Firth joins the list of actors who say they'll never work with Woody Allen again
14
Samuel L. Jackson's 'Jurassic Park' Character Was Originally Going to Die On Screen
69
Who do you want as the next Bond girl
14
Rian Johnson Didn't Want the Knights of Ren in The Last Jedi Because He Would've Murdered Them
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Blade runner 2049 City Miniatures - Weta Workshop - (89 images)
59 serocke Dont do it. I worked at amc for 7 years the managers are over worked under paid and corporate doesnt care
19 sheparooo Corporate companies fuck you. Anytime you get promoted your raise will be laughable. The only reason to take the job is for how it looks on paper. If youre at comperable job now I wouldnt bother. Anything where you have a store front talking with customers is pure shit
12 uhhuhnads I worked for AMC Theatres as a manager and at corporate. They do not pay well and you have to deal with way more stress than you should. Otherwise it's a normal retail-like bullshit job.
6 rhoades2rocky43 I work at an independent theater, have been a manager for 3 and a half years and only got one raise and that's because I kind of begged for it and it was only 50 cents. I make 8.50 an hour and I overwork my ass off. Yes free movies are great and being able to watch movies early is nice, but I've been dying to get out of it for a long time
15 bipolar_sky_fairy It's a minimum wage job. None of them will be fun.
3 vfn1 I prefer it to most other jobs I have but you do have to put up with a lot of bullshit. But that's not unique to the theater industry. Shout out to /r/talesfromthetheatre
3 taylorswiftfan123 I worked at AMC for a bit. I saw free movies on weekdays, the work was easy, and I smoked with my coworkers, but thats where the pros ended. I would've basically never got a raise, it was impossible for me to request any days off, and had to work every holiday. I knew people who worked there for three years and only made 50 cents more an hour than me.
3 Ailite Don't do it. I worked at a Carmike for three years. I loved the free movies, hated everything else about the job. It was miserable.
1 fahimi1351 Don't do it. Trust me, I thought working at a theater would be the best thing ever, and now I rarely go to the movies.
1 erik_reeds my buds just complained about all the older crowds and said it was pretty spotty
1 MovieNachos Don't. I worked at an AMC for ~3 years. The managers are way over worked, and the employees are the fucking worst.
1 intothemidwest I worked at a theater chain recently. I agree with people here, you aren't paid a lot, and as your responsibilities increase, pay doesn't always match what you sometimes have to deal with. That being said, the people were cool, it was a fun environment to be in, lots of talking movies and seeing movies (we got 4 passes per day which was clutch). I wasn't a manager, but I saw/heard about all they did. I dunno, I say give it a whirl!
1 Nanosauromo I worked at an AMC for two years. It was miserable.
1 Numlocks Low pay. They dont pay overtime. And the staff and other managers will resent you because you came from the outside and weren't promoted from within.
1 thegumpguy In the late 90s, I worked for carmike cinemas. While I never got to management level, I saw how badly run the company was. They over spent money building theatres that they would close 3-5 years later because of debt. Amc seems to have their crap together, hopefully.
1 sglville Does this job pay more money gan your current job? Does it seem like something you would like? If the answer to both is yes rhen givenit a try but leave your current job on a good note in case tou need to go back.
61 0 serocke Dont do it. I worked at amc for 7 years the managers are over worked under paid and corporate doesnt care
19 0 sheparooo Corporate companies fuck you. Anytime you get promoted your raise will be laughable. The only reason to take the job is for how it looks on paper. If youre at comperable job now I wouldnt bother. Anything where you have a store front talking with customers is pure shit
12 0 uhhuhnads I worked for AMC Theatres as a manager and at corporate. They do not pay well and you have to deal with way more stress than you should. Otherwise it's a normal retail-like bullshit job.
7 0 rhoades2rocky43 I work at an independent theater, have been a manager for 3 and a half years and only got one raise and that's because I kind of begged for it and it was only 50 cents. I make 8.50 an hour and I overwork my ass off. Yes free movies are great and being able to watch movies early is nice, but I've been dying to get out of it for a long time
15 0 bipolar_sky_fairy It's a minimum wage job. None of them will be fun.
3 0 vfn1 I prefer it to most other jobs I have but you do have to put up with a lot of bullshit. But that's not unique to the theater industry. Shout out to /r/talesfromthetheatre
3 0 taylorswiftfan123 I worked at AMC for a bit. I saw free movies on weekdays, the work was easy, and I smoked with my coworkers, but thats where the pros ended. I would've basically never got a raise, it was impossible for me to request any days off, and had to work every holiday. I knew people who worked there for three years and only made 50 cents more an hour than me.
3 0 Ailite Don't do it. I worked at a Carmike for three years. I loved the free movies, hated everything else about the job. It was miserable.
1 0 fahimi1351 Don't do it. Trust me, I thought working at a theater would be the best thing ever, and now I rarely go to the movies.
1 0 erik_reeds my buds just complained about all the older crowds and said it was pretty spotty
1 0 MovieNachos Don't. I worked at an AMC for ~3 years. The managers are way over worked, and the employees are the fucking worst.
1 0 intothemidwest I worked at a theater chain recently. I agree with people here, you aren't paid a lot, and as your responsibilities increase, pay doesn't always match what you sometimes have to deal with. That being said, the people were cool, it was a fun environment to be in, lots of talking movies and seeing movies (we got 4 passes per day which was clutch). I wasn't a manager, but I saw/heard about all they did. I dunno, I say give it a whirl!
1 0 Nanosauromo I worked at an AMC for two years. It was miserable.
1 0 Numlocks Low pay. They dont pay overtime. And the staff and other managers will resent you because you came from the outside and weren't promoted from within.
1 0 thegumpguy In the late 90s, I worked for carmike cinemas. While I never got to management level, I saw how badly run the company was. They over spent money building theatres that they would close 3-5 years later because of debt. Amc seems to have their crap together, hopefully.
1 0 sglville Does this job pay more money gan your current job? Does it seem like something you would like? If the answer to both is yes rhen givenit a try but leave your current job on a good note in case tou need to go back.