AMC Barton Creek Square 14
2901 S. Capital of Texas Highway,
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AMC Theatres (Official)
Operated by: AMC Theatres
Previously operated by: General Cinema Corp.
Functions: Movies (First Run)
This theater replaced the old Barton Creek 5 that was condemned due to structural failure. The Barton Creek Square 14 was built by General Cinema and opened in 1999. In 2002 it was taken over by AMC. It contains lots of THX sound systems and recliner seats in its auditoriums. It also has festive party rooms.
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This multiplex has the smallest “IMAX” screen in Texas at just 45' x 25'.
Several photos added of the VERY small IMAX theater, Dolby Cinema #2 and auditoriums #4 and #8 during a visit in March, 2018.
UFAlien is on the money about the IMAX theater; not only is it a small screen but it looks really “tacked on” and cheaply constructed. I also didn’t find the image or sound to be that great either. Dolby #2 and auds #3-14 all have been renovated with the standard AMC red recliners, while IMAX still has its old seats. Several rows were also removed for sight-line issues.