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2023.04.01 06:35 DeanChster47 Recent movie theater analyst ratings.

Recent movie theater analyst ratings.
I’m sure nobody will be surprised to see how AMC ranks with market analysts compared to other theater chains, but that poses a question. Why does the largest theater chain have the lowest buy rating? There’s only a few logical reasons. 1) Debt- analysts just can’t past AMC’s large debt load to give a buy rating no matter how good the future looks for the industry. 2) Conspiracy- analysts are hand picked by financial media outlets and choose to publish analysts with lower ratings. 3) Crime- the biggest contributors to the financial media are in an adverse position and are instructing the outlets to only provide negative ratings to the masses. That leads to the most important question. What is being done about it? There’s a plan in place to reduce debt, but even when searching for Cineworld analyst ratings, the theater chain in bankruptcy, you still see mostly HOLD ratings. I think it’s time to start asking AMC leadership to look into this. I’d like to know why other theater chains stock price has gone up the last 30 days and AMC has gone down. This isn’t to say that the leadership isn’t doing anything about it, but shareholders deserve an explanation as to why AMC is viewed so negatively by analysts and media. Just because I know, and most of you know, what does the leadership have to say about the reasoning behind it. How does the largest chain, with the newest streams of revenue (popcorn), recent record breaking concessions, and the largest retail backing compare so poorly to competitors. The good news is when competitors are receiving BUY ratings, we know it’s only a matter of time before AMC takes the lion’s share of the tendies. My tits have never been so jacked as they are right now! But!! I’d still like to know wtf does a bankrupt company have HOLD ratings and my beloved AMC has sell ratings! Any thoughts?
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2023.04.01 06:09 littlesnuglet Breaking News: Amazon Acquires AMC and Regal

In a major move, Amazon has officially acquired two leading cinema chains, AMC and Regal, for an undisclosed amount.
As part of the deal, Amazon will take over all the operations of both cinema chains across the United States, including over 1,000 cinemas in total. This marks a significant expansion of Amazon's reach in the entertainment industry and will allow the company to have greater control over film distribution and screening.
The acquisition comes at a time when cinemas have been struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with many shutting down temporarily or permanently. However, Amazon sees this as an opportunity to transform the cinema experience and bring it into the 21st century.
"We're thrilled to be adding AMC and Regal to the Amazon family," said Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon.” "We believe that the cinema industry has tremendous potential, and we're excited to explore new ways to enhance the customer experience and offer even more entertainment options." “While I can not mention specifics at this time, I can say I have two concepts I have planned for the theater experience. The first is to make the pinstripe suit worn by Nicole Kidman, the standard uniform for all cast members. Second, a movie quotes monologue by Nicole Kidman.”
It is still unclear what specific changes Amazon plans to make with the two cinema chains, but they have already hinted at introducing new technologies and services to improve the overall cinema experience. This could include virtual reality and interactive features, as well as new ways of ordering concessions and tickets.
While the deal has been met with mixed reactions, many are optimistic about the future of cinema under Amazon's ownership. Only time will tell how this acquisition will transform the industry, but one thing is for sure: movies will never be the same again.
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2023.04.01 04:48 WorthCampaign5860 The Super Mario Bros Movie AMC popcorn tin

The Super Mario Bros Movie AMC popcorn tin
This is so cool and I really hope they also do cups with toppers for this movie! I'm ready to finally see this movie already lol
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2023.04.01 02:16 purplefreak3 Mario Popcorn tin

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2023.03.31 23:26 Suga-luv Selling 1 GA Oakland ticket

Selling 1 GA Oakland ticket
Hi I won a contest and got free gecs tix for 4/5 at fox theater Oakland, so I’m trying to get rid of the one I bought, I’m selling for 50$ flat that’s what I paid, Pm if interested
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2023.03.31 22:04 RodTrig VV Cinemark VS. Brooklyn AMC

I've seen questions like this asked but none straight to the point so I thought I might as well. Since I was a kid we've gone to the Valley View Cinemark, the screens are pretty big, ticket price isn't terrible, and ever since they got those new seats, they're the top pick for me and my friends. I also been to the Great Northern movie theater but the seats weren't as comfy. Appolo in Oberlin is pretty nice but only if the movie is the Feature, the side theaters aren't too good, and it's a pretty big drive just for a movie. I never been but I hear a lot of people talk about Brooklyn AMC, would you guys say it's a better movie watching experience? Or have any other theaters to reccomend?
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2023.03.31 17:35 Mobay_Luv Implied Forward Stability

CNK (Cinemark) is now up 72% YTD – which is impressive considering Q1 is historically the lowest volume quarter for exhibitors. And yet, I will say this again – this company is still deeply undervalued trading at 60% below its pre-pandemic stock price. I said that at $9 and I’m saying it again as it approaches $15. We all know the box office is recovering and CNK is picking up market share while the streaming companies like Amazon and Apple begin to pump billions into new content and new distribution channels which will only expedite this recovery. We are also entering the real money-making season for theater companies with a huge slate of blockbusters lined up for release over the next 6 months – and this year has no shortage of tentpoles! CNK may always remain the quiet kid of movie theater stocks – lacking the cachet of its big brother AMC, thanks to the meme-stock phenomenon and loyal army of retail investors. Sure, AMC will continue to have its moments, but as a true investor betting on a pure-play recovery in a pure-play movie theater stock – CNK has a much bigger runway to recover in the next 12-24 months and much stronger balance sheet to come out ahead. Take away all of the gimmicks and noise and there is but one striking difference between the two that no one can argue – implied forward stability. And did I mention it’s down 60% below its pre-pandemic value and carries a meme-worthy short interest float of 24%? Get your popcorn out.
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2023.03.31 17:11 Thingstodo919 Things to do in Raleigh this Weekend!




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2023.03.31 17:07 Suitable-Ad7941 Super mid (for T20) half-Asian gets super lucky

Intended Major(s): Biology
Standardized Testing
List all extracurricular involvements, including leadership roles, time commitments, major achievements, etc.
  1. Boy Scouts Eagle Scout: led project to build nesting boxes for threatened birds of prey (kestrels) in my local park system. Organized my troop into building these boxes and then placing them around the area. Rank took about 6-7 years to earn, project went on over a course of half a year from planning to completion.
  2. Multiple NAUI SCUBA certifications, including Open Water, Advanced, Rescue, Cave, Night, Wreck, and Underwater Ecologist. First certification when I was 12, and I dive over the summer every year.
  3. School Band, played since freshman year but never got into top band.
  4. Part time job at AMC theaters, about 10 hours a week.
  5. Second part time job at family business, about 8 hours a week.
  6. NHS
  7. Self taught Blender 3D modeling experience, started as a project for AP Lit but turned into a hobby.
  8. Built PCs for myself and friends over sophmore year lockdown.
  9. Fishkeeping, I keep a breeding colony of freshwater shrimp in a heavily planted aquarium, and I like to see how genetics are passed down into offspring.
  10. Science Olympiad, I joined as a filler for senior year and only went to a single competition lmao.
List all awards and honors submitted on your application.
  1. Eagle Scout Award
  2. Order of the Arrow (Boy Scouts Honor Society)
  3. Award plaque from park system I did project for
  4. Illinois State Scholar Award
  5. High School Honor Roll
Letters of Recommendation
(Briefly describe relationships with your recommenders and estimated rating.)
APUSH Teacher: 8/10, only had her for one year but had a really awesome experience. Basically made me interested in US History. I ended up doing really well in her class, but not too great on the AP exam. She liked me a lot and I'm sure she made a great rec.
AP Bio Teacher: 10/10, by far my favorite teacher ever. Had her for honors and AP Bio, and had a blast in her class. We always had conversations about cool animals, my SCUBA diving, random stuff, etc.
Northwestern: 7/10. Pretty good overall, interviewer graduated recently and she was really nice. A bit difficult to connect since she was a psychology major and I'm applying for Biology. Had a bit of an awkward moment where she talked about her research on death row inmates and how it kinda messed her up mentally, and I replied without thinking "wow, that's really cool!" 😳.
Cornell: 8/10. Not really an interview, more of a one on one information session. I asked more questions than she did. She was really friendly and brutally honest with the best and worst parts of Cornell. Overall pretty good.
UPenn: 7.5/10. Interviewer was a really old dude and missed the first meeting so I was a bit worried, but he ended up being pretty hilarious and easy to talk to. Interview lasted over an hour.
(Briefly reflect on the quality of your writing, time spent, and topic of main personal statement.)
Commonapp Essay: 8/10. Imma be honest with you I got an essay tutor for this one. Talked about my love of the ocean, marine biology, and conservation. Thought it was really well written, but reading it now makes it seem a little bit...braggy ("as an Eagle Scout, I led a multifaceted project that provided support to yadayada)
UC PIQs: 8/10. Some of them were copypasted bits from commonapp, others were unique. Overall pretty good, maybe a little rushed. Talked about my aquarium and experience with Blender, too.
Northwestern: 9/10. Also got this one doctored. Talked about aspects of Northwestern that called to me, from the research to specific professors to obscure biology activities they offered.
Emory, BU, UW Madison, UIUC, Vanderbilt, Rice, etc.: 6/10 mostly copypasted, not bad not great.
Cornell: 9/10: I wrote this entire thing in one day but I ended up being extremely proud of it. Talked about research opportunities, cool classes offered, the Lab of Ornithology, specific professors, and ended it by saying the CALS ice cream looked good lol.
Decisions (indicate ED/EA/REA/SCEA/RD)
Michigan Tech (Rolling): accepted
University of the Pacific (Niche direct admit): accepted
IU Bloomington (Rolling): accepted
UIUC In State (EA): accepted w/ scholarship offer I forgot to apply to oops
UW Madison OOS (RD): accepted
Boston University (RD): accepted General Studies
UCSD OOS: accepted capped Bio major!
UCI OOS: accepted
Emory University (RD): accepted!
Grinnell College (RD): waitlisted, did not accept place
Case Western (RD): deferred then waitlisted, did not accept place
UCLA OOS: waitlisted, accepted place
Northwestern (ED)
WashU (EDII)
Bowdoin College (RD)
Rice University (RD)
Vanderbilt University (RD)
Northeastern (EA): deferred then rejected
Brown University (RD)
UPenn (RD)
Tufts University (RD)
UC Berkeley
UMich (RD)
Additional Information:
Part of me feels really bad since some friends I know who achieved way more than I did and tried way harder in school than I did got rejected from all their reaches. I'm actually shocked about the transfer option I got from Cornell, and UCSD and Emory also surprised me. I think my Cornell essay must have helped a ton. I need to find out where to go for a year where I can get a 3.5+ GPA in order to keep my transfer, which means a little bit more stress.
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2023.03.31 13:10 dariagonzales87 Question about liquor.

Besides the AMC theater, does anybody know of any bars that serve Dan Aykroyd's Crystal Head Vodka?
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